A few years ago, I realized that I didn't really know how to keep my house clean. There were always dishes sitting in the sink, and I couldn't keep up with laundry if my life depended on it. However, a friend of mine suggested working with a professional maid, and so I took her advice. As she worked, I watched her methods, and I learned a lot. This blog is dedicated to my cleaning studies. Here, you will find information on how to clean your house more effectively, so that you can stop wasting time on certain jobs. My plan is that this website could help you to live better than ever. Thanks for reading!
Cat lovers love almost everything about their favorite feline pets. The one things they don't entirely care for is shedding cat hair. A furry breed can be the perfect addition to a family's home. The image of a friendly pet seated on a chair has an uplifting quality. When the cat lifts itself up from the chair, however, the furniture isn't at its most appealing. Don't struggle to clean the chairs, carpets, beds, and couches by yourself. Find a maid service capable of sending someone over who knows how to deal with cats and their not-always-lovable hair.
Don't Make Things Worse Than What The Cat Did
Upon seeing clumped hair stuck to your favorite couch, you may try the classic scotch tape do-it-yourself strategy. Wrapping tape around your fingers and pressing the sticky side into the hair seems like a plan until you end up ripping out fibers or creating imperfections. And you aren't doing much to clean out the cat smell from the furniture, either. If there were an unspoken rule about house cleaning, it would be "Don't worsen the problem." Struggling to deal with cat hair based on a few dubious tips won't help. Calling in a professional maid cleaning service is probably the better plan.
Seeking the Cat-Friendly Maid
Experience counts in every profession. When your concerns center on cat hair woes, make sure the maid service knows what's causing you frustrations. By informing the service about the specific pet-related troubles, the manager can find someone who best knows how to clean up a feline's hairy mess. Maybe the company has a cat lover on duty who knows the ins and outs of loose-then-stuck hair removal. You also want to be sure the person tasked with the job knows what to do and has the right tools. Don't surprise the cleaning person with special requests on arrival. Things may not turn out perfect if you do.
Plan Out a Shedding Schedule
Cats don't shed all year round. When they do, you may find an unfortunate amount of hair all over the house. Ask the maid service about a beneficial schedule designed to keep things cleaner. Maybe two additional short half-hour cleanups during the week could keep the home looking a little better. These two sessions would complement a standard one or two hour weekly cleaning. When the cat stops shedding, you can then go back to a normal residential cleaning routine.
Cats don't mean you shed hair around the home, but they can't help what happens. Thankfully, working with a maid cleaning service could keep a home in better shape for humans and felines alike.Share
27 May 2019