Working moms know that it’s nearly impossible to keep a clean house on a daily basis. You can’t trust your kids or your husband to keep it neat and tidy the way you like it, even when you’ve left specific instructions on what to do. You’d go home and do it yourself, but you’re also thinking about dinner, homework, baths, bedtime, spouse time and maybe some time for yourself. Even Superwoman can be worn out. So what’s the solution? The house has to get cleaned and you have to go work, the solution might be hiring a maid. Before you shoot the idea down of someone else keeping YOUR home clean, consider a few reasons why you should.
Go! Go! Go!
You’re busy…really busy. After you hit the door, your kids are hitting you with their day and their needs. Your husband may or may not be at home, either way he’s probably not of any help. You still haven’t decompressed but you’re already being bombarded with questions about dinner. By the time the kids and your husband are settled, you STILL haven’t decompressed OR cleaned the house.
Imagine coming home and actually…relaxing! Catch your breath for a moment and enjoy your clean home. Clean kitchen, clean living room, clean bathrooms and a clean bedroom! Trust me, there is nothing more inviting than a made bed. Coming home to a clean home is therapeutic.
Tools of the Trade
Cleaning services have professional grade equipment and cleaning products. They are going to be able to clean your home deeper than you ever will. Want that model home look? You’re going to need those model home cleaning products.
This Is What They Do
It’s a maid’s job to clean. That is what they’re paid to do. So when they come to your home, based on the cleaning plan and schedule you’ve set, that is what they are going to do. That is all they are going to do.
I know the idea of someone else coming into your home and dealing with your dirt and grime might feel intrusive. Consider this, there is probably worse out there, and you can believe they’ve probably cleaned it. Cops don’t blush around criminals and teachers don’t shy away from students. Maids won’t quit from dirt.