Did you know that your office is an extension of your personality in a way? Of course, it is! Anyone who walks into your office especially for the first time will judge you and your company by its cleanliness and appearance. An elegant, clean and neat office boosts your credibility in a big way. A clean office also boosts the productivity and mood of your employees, and it keeps your customers motivated to keep coming and tell others something good about your business.
You may have an idea of some of the current triggers that bring on your asthma; however, sometimes you discover new things that give you problems. For example, if you've recently started to get symptoms when you clean your home, then your cleaning products may be to blame. Why do some cleaning sprays affect asthma and what can you do to solve the problem? Cleaning Products and Asthma Some cleaning products contain chemical ingredients that can be problematic if you have asthma or a related condition.
Welcome to my blog. My name is Andrew. At home, my wife does all the cooking, but cleaning is my job. I also own a small business. As a result, I'm charged with keeping things clean at both work and home. At work, I have a cleaning crew that comes in nightly, and I have specialists (carpet cleaners, window washers, etc) who come in as needed. At home, my kids do chores, and I handle most of the rest. I only outsource dry cleaning and a bit of seasonal deep cleaning. In this blog, I am going to write about keeping your home and office clean. I plan to include a range of tips, and I hope that they help you. Thank you for reading!