Healthy Home Services— Trusted Since 1985
Detoxing your cleaning— starting with what’s under your kitchen sink
It’s so easy to assume that “cleaning products have to be dangerous to work”. But that’s only an assumption.
In one project we identified over five dozen unnecessarily-toxic products in one home. And transitioned the home to simpler solutions that worked every bit as well, with everyone on board. Read about the project here.
De-cluttering to streamline your cleaning
Clutter and efficient cleaning don’t mix. A wee bit of clutter’s a speed bump. More is an obstacle course. A lot, and you have a bottleneck. Roadblocks border on hoarding, beyond my expertise.
The whole idea is having less stuff to move and clean in the first place. Which can help minimize your cleaning needs.
Tired? Overwhelmed? Don’t go it alone. We’ll de-clutter one small, manageable area per session. Maybe more, depending on how much stuff you have. We might try remotely; I’m looking into how that might work. In some cases I can refer you to a dedicated Professional Organizer.
Dusting and vacuuming— deeply, safely, efficiently
Chemicals and germs can attach to dust particles. The smallest of these particles can travel deeper into your lungs. And linger in your air for hours, especially when stirred up from cleaning. Even drift in and out of HVAC systems.
Even if you’re not suffering immediate symptoms, reducing exposures to certain germs and toxics may be important for your long-term health. So everyone in your household can benefit.
I can coach you or your help in the following.
- Choosing a labor-efficient HEPA Vacuum for your home’s specific needs.
- Using your vacuum efficiently, like a pro.
- Maintaining your vacuum to last more years, with fewer repairs.
- Prioritizing tasks with a detailed, customizable list. Sharing this list on the cloud can keep you and your help on the same page. I’ve even created shared “workflows”.
- Setting schedules.
Reach out for a healthier, cleaner home
Please note: My schedule’s full at this time, between taking care of clients (remotely), pivoting my service offerings, and reconstructing this site.
Meanwhile, join our healthy home conversations on social media. At this time I’m more active on Twitter @reginaryerson, often discussing indoor air quality.