Let’s be honest: Finding a carpet cleaning company in Portland Oregon that will do a natural carpet cleaning can be a pain.
Trust me, I know.
After performing natural carpet cleaning on a daily basis with well over 20,000 cleans to our name, I’ve encountered just about every natural cleaning concern you can possibly imagine.
From Removing pet urine, to getting out set-in wine stains
There’s no denying the challenges of getting the results day after day through natural cleaning for your clients.
Yet there’s also no denying it is hard to identify if the service provider is educated, experienced and capable to get your cleaning right.
What the cleaner if compromising with “some” chemicals are ok?
A natural clean involves changing the elements of the clean.
But you probably already know all of this, don’t you?
The real question burning up home owners needing a natural clean is this:
How do you know you are truly getting a natural carpet cleaning?
How can you be sure that you’re getting the most bang for your buck when scheduling a natural carpet cleaning in Portland?
If you’re a home owner that’s putting their blood, sweat, and tears into caring for your house using natural methods, you’re certainly not alone.
Only 41% of home owners actually feel that their home is truly clean.
Unfortunately, I see this all the time.
There are many reasons why your may not feel clean, but there’s one particular problem that plagues most homes I work with (hint: it’s probably not because you’re a lousy cleaner).
Ultimately, it comes down to how you spend your time.
Most procedures are horribly inefficient when it comes to the time they spend on any given cleaning project.
Here’s the thing, though: I’m not talking about the time spent scrubbing.
Their inefficiency is because each cleaning method is not adaptable.
After all, you can be doing everything right in your kitchen floor, bathroom floor but have little to no way to clean your carpet.
The biggest natural filter that is designed to trap pollutants in your home.
In Portland Oregon, we have the second the highest pollen counts in the country year round.
Carpet cleaning is so important but also so easy to screw up.
If you aren’t taking the time to schedule a carpet cleaning, you’re shooting yourself in the foot.
If you want to see actual results in your home, and still have a natural clean, perhaps it’s time to rethink how you spend your time cleaning?
Stop cleaning, get organizing
First and foremost, ask yourself: What am I trying to accomplish with my cleaning? Are you just cleaning to hold back the “tide”? What areas of the home can I keep up, and what area’s can’t I?
Although the organizing for any given home will be different in terms of creation, the goal of cleaning your home is straightforward.
Your ultimate goal should be to get every piece of your home cleaned without sacrificing time.
Now, you’re probably already familiar with the 80/20 rule, which notes that 80% of our results spur from 20% of our efforts.
You should apply the 80/20 principle to your home cleaning effort, but don’t get it twisted.
If you’re spending 80% of your time holding back the tide of dirt and only 20% of your time preventing that dirt from occuring, your home will never get to the cleanliness level you want.
It’s a never ending cycle
On the flip side, if you spend the bulk of your time on prevention through the right methods, you’ll inevitably get your home to keep clean, and save yourself time when scrubbing.