Eric Cano, owner of EMJ Cleaning, an Atlanta house cleaning service, offers tips about how getting organized and reducing clutter can make a cleaning job last longer.
(ATLANTA, GA) Eric Cano, owner of EMJ Cleaning, an Atlanta house cleaning service, was interviewed Monday about getting organized for spring. In his interview, Cano offers ideas for around the house that may not yet be a part of everyone’s spring cleaning routine. He offers ideas for taking your spring cleaning a step further, like turning over your mattress, cleaning your ceiling fan, organizing the pantry, and donating clothes that you and your family no longer wear.
“Getting rid of unused items around your house is an incredibly freeing experience,” Cano said Monday. “You can clean all day long, but the more stuff you have, the quicker your space is going to get messy again.” Cano said that being organized and having a place for everything makes cleaning easier and makes your cleaning job last longer. This applies to clothes, kitchen appliances, food items, and just about anything else you can think of in your house. “Sometimes people have a hard time getting rid of things. I have one client who has four different kinds of coffee makers that his family doesn’t use. If you think about it, that’s four extra appliances you have to clean under.” Cano said that the easier you make it on yourself to clean and the longer your cleaning job lasts, the more you’ll be motivated to do it.
Eric Cano is the owner of EMJ Cleaning, a licensed, bonded and insured professional home cleaning service in Atlanta, Georgia. The service has been in business for over ten years, and provides cleaning services to residential and commercial buildings six days a week. His company provides services like carpet cleaning, heavy duty cleaning, weekly deep cleaning and move-out cleaning; these are offered in both EMJ’s office cleaning service and home cleaning service. For more information, visit www.emjcleaning.com.