When you clean your home, you aren’t just cleaning an area, you’re also cleaning in order to protect yourself and your family from dirt, mold, dirty air, and anything else that might cause disease or even just general discomfort.
And because you want to keep things clean for health and wellness as well as just surface sterility, there are a number of tips that you can follow to help you in this direction. Specifically, you should get your heating system checked, buy a good air filter, use natural cleaners whenever possible, get rid of old food in the fridge and freezer, and combat mold wherever you find it.
Get Your Heating System Checked
A lot of your health and well in your home is locked inside your heating system. Your furnace pushes around hot air, dust, dirt, animal hair, and everything else you can imagine. It’s absolutely vital that you get your furnace checked regularly so that you know that filters are working, no dirty parts are affecting air quality, and you aren’t wasting money on energy that isn’t being used properly by the system as a whole. Vents will often need to be cleaned as well to prevent people from breathing in dirt accumulated there.
Buy a Good Air Filter
Using a good air filter can make all the difference in the world when it comes to air quality as well. Mold, dander, dust, and even bacteria can wander around your home and cause issues until some type of filtering occurs, and that’s why you should buy the best quality of air filter that you can. This will work in conjunction with your furnace filter to give you good, healthy air to breathe.
Use Natural Cleaners
Many chemical household cleaners do what they say, but they do it in a way that can be harmful. If you want to keep your house clean and the residents safe, natural cleaners are the way to go.
Get Rid of Old Food
Old food can be a problem. If you check out your refrigerator and find things rotting, past their expiration date, soggy, or otherwise stale, might as well just toss it. Your health and the cleanliness or your refrigerator should not be put at risk by items that are around the button of not being good anymore.
Mold Is the Enemy
Mold is definitely a problem in wet areas of your home. This could be the bathroom or the kitchen generally, and if you do find mold, you’re going to want to find some natural way to get rid of it as soon as possible. It might take a bit of time and energy, but that is definitely the way to go.
Originally posted on October 23, 2015 @ 5:30 pm