National Cleaning Week
- 1 It’s time for National Cleaning Week!
- 1.0.1 From March 27 – April 2, 2022, National Cleaning Week shows up just in time for the nice weather! National Cleaning Week represents an opportunity to celebrate the value of cleanliness and raise public awareness. It honors fellow cleaning industry professionals, and promotes businesses in the cleaning industry. Together, we can celebrate what the industry represents.
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- 1.2 Get a Jump on Spring Cleaning
- 1.3 Use Sheila Shine
- 1.4 Let Sheila Shine help you during National Cleaning Week. It will spruce up your stainless steel in no time at all! For information on products and where to find visit our website.
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It’s time for National Cleaning Week!
From March 27 – April 2, 2022, National Cleaning Week shows up just in time for the nice weather! National Cleaning Week represents an opportunity to celebrate the value of cleanliness and raise public awareness. It honors fellow cleaning industry professionals, and promotes businesses in the cleaning industry. Together, we can celebrate what the industry represents.
National Cleaning Week celebrates the importance, value, and positive impact that cleaning has on public health, the environment, and the economy. The week-long celebration also offers the perfect opportunity to raise public awareness for the value of clean spaces It allows us to appreciate front-line cleaning professionals, promote cleaning organizations, and advocate for the cleaning industry.
The International Sanitary Supply Association (ISSA), the worldwide cleaning industry association, uses National Cleaning Week to promote the importance of cleanliness. It provides education and training, and raises the profile of the cleaning industry.
Maintaining a clean environment helps to lower the spread of viruses, bacteria, and other pathogens that cause diseases and trigger allergic reactions. It also prevents the growth of mold in our living spaces. Furthermore, a clean space is closely associated with improved moods, decreased stress levels, and enhanced productivity. It’s also a week to discard winter essentials, declutter, and tidy up our homes to welcome a fresh start with springtime.
During the last couple of years raising awareness on cleanliness has been especially important. Cleaning has obviously always been important but with the spread of Covid, we are more keenly aware than ever how important it is to clean. It’s not a job anyone loves doing but cleaning your home or your business not only brings vibrancy to your life, but it also makes you feel safe.
Get a Jump on Spring Cleaning
This week will be a great week to clean everything in your home. Shake out the winter and welcome spring. To make it less intimidating, tackle one room at a time. Start from the top and work down, dusting ceiling fans, door moldings and window tops. Don’t be afraid to move furniture. Donate things you gather when you clean out closets, basements and storage space. Make your home feel fresh and new! Spring is a time of rebirth, why not make your home feel that way?
Use Sheila Shine
When it comes to stainless steel in your home or business appliances, other steel fixtures, and surfaces, try Sheila Shine to get the job done quick and easy. Because Sheila Shine cleans, polishes, and protects in one process, it is the chosen choice of all stainless steel cleaners. It’s a 3-in-1 product. It cleans your stainless steel by removing dirt and grime. Next, it polishes by removing smudges and fingerprints. Lastly, it protects your stainless steel by adding a protective layer that will continue to work long after you’ve applied it.
National Cleaning Week is a time to rejoice the arrival of warm weather, brighter days and renewal. Embrace this time and get cleaning your home. You will be so much better off once everything is clean. Dust bunnies disappear, mold and mildew are gone Fingerprints are removed from stainless steel, glass and mirrors. You will feel so much better and so much more prone to opening the windows and letting the sun shine in.