Keeping Your Space Safe
Hundreds and thousands of dust and particles settle in different parts of your home everyday, but don’t worry, it’s not negligence on your part! They actually come from a lot of different things like the clothing and footwear you wore outside, dust carried by air, and even the dead skin that you shed every hour! So, how do you keep your space safe and clean from the potential harm that the accumulated dirt can bring?
Here are 5 easy ways on how you can keep your surroundings spotless!
1. INVEST ON CLEANING SUPPLIES
What’s a well-ordered room if it’s not well-sanitised? Be sure to stock up on the basic cleaning supplies that you can use everyday to keep your surroundings spotless clean!
2. TIDY UP EVERYDAY
Make it a habit to clean and tidy up your place everyday. Clear your desk after work, sort your soiled clothes, wipe your surroundings with a cleanser followed by a dry one. After all, doing it little by little each day is way better than doing it one time big time!
3. LOAD YOUR LAUNDRY EVERYDAY
It’s actually more cost-efficient to wash your soiled clothes everyday than to wait for a week or two before washing it all. And to add to that, you’ll have more time to spend on much more important tasks!
Have something that you haven’t used in the past year or so? Maybe it’s time you gave that up! Put everything in a box and donate it to families in need. As the old saying goes, one man’s trash is another man’s treasure. Well, they’re not really trash, but you get the point!
5. PEST CONTROL APPOINTMENT
Yes, your place may already be ultra duper clean, but there are some things that aren’t out in the open. Schedule a pest control appointment to make sure that our little mite friends don’t feed on some parts of the house.
These are just some ways on how you can improve your living lifestyle—not a sure list of things that will protect you from illnesses. A bonus tip, don’t forget to clean your inside too! For your immune system protection, you can rely on Southstar Drug to supply you with the vitamins and medicine that you need.