Three Myths About Residential Cleaning

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Residential cleaning is a great way to maintain the curb appeal of your home and take care of its exterior. While it’s relatively easy to keep your home’s interior clean, the exterior is a different story. There are many areas where grime and mold can accumulate, with nooks and crannies that can be hard to reach. There are also many DIY ideas and common myths that sound good, but can damage your home.

Three Myths About Residential Cleaning

Here are a few myths debunked about residential cleaning:

  • Myth #1: Residential cleaning will damage my home. There is a caveat to this myth since this can be true if you use pressure washing on delicate surfaces. This is why it is important to leave residential cleaning to professionals who know exactly how to use the proper methods to protect and clean your home, rather than damage it. When the process is done correctly and on the right materials, you will enjoy all the clean benefits.
  • Myth #2: I should wait until my home is “dirty enough.” Sometimes you will not have a visual cue to show you when something is dirty. For example, concrete is porous and disguises dirt really well. You also should not wait until dirt has accumulated to a level that feels “worth it” before scheduling professional residential cleaning. Allowing dirt to collect only provides a breeding ground for mold and mildew to grow, whereas ongoing cleaning offers many more benefits and protects your home.
  • Myth #3: Bleach is less expensive and will get me the same results. Household bleach should not be used across all surfaces of your home, and is not a viable solution for tackling stains on the exterior of your home. It only provides temporary results and can damage your home, along with your landscaping. Avoid using bleach as an alternative to professional results.

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