How to Deep Clean Your Home
June 23, 2022
While having a nice clean house can enhance your mood, it is also important for your physical health. You should plan to do a deep clean every few months.
“During a deep clean, get rid of expired food items that could make someone sick, and spend extra time cleaning areas you may normally neglect because it’s more time-intensive,” says advanced practice nurse, Allie Campo. “A deep clean may help to reduce the number of potential viruses and allergens in your home, helping you and your family stay healthy.”
Get your cleaning supplies ready, and follow this deep cleaning checklist:
Tackling tasks like these may take time, but they’ll be worthwhile after they’re finished.
Next Steps & Resources:
- Meet our source: Allie Campo, APN, MSN
- To make an appointment with a doctor near you, call 800-822-8905 or visit our website.
The material provided through HealthU is intended to be used as general information only and should not replace the advice of your physician. Always consult your physician for individual care.
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