Ever since we told people in Speed Cleaning that our teams can clean a typical house in 42 minutes, we’ve received letters from readers about how to prepare a house before Speed Cleaning it. For example: “We’ve moved into a country home that I don’t think has been cleaned
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Need a good suggestion for speed-cleaning a shower curtain? We have a couple of good ones. (1) Put the shower curtain in the washing machine. Throw in a couple of towels, and use warm water. Remove it before the spin cycle. (It won’t be hurt if it
Have you ever had a friend ask you why you use the Speed Cleaning method? I mean, what makes it so great? I’m sure you have your stories and examples of how it has benefitted you, but we like to share our reasons with you as well.
Expanding on last times post about dusting with a vengeance (for quick and efficient dusting), I thought I’d give you a checklist of things that are frequently overlooked when we get distracted. It’s very easy to get lost in thought while you are dusting, so keep these
For dusting, the strategy is simple: start in one place and then work your way through the rooms without backtracking. Always work from high to low. Dust follows a relentless gravitational path downward, diverted only temporarily by air currents. Unless you have a healthy respect for this