In my new obsession of keeping clean, I have had two revelations.
The main problem with keeping clean is not the actual cleaning part.
It is the keeping part.
The thing that makes us start and finish cleaning.
The schedule of it.
The daily and weekly habits.
No one teaches us this.
There is plenty of information on cleaning products. Obviously there is money to be made. It is an easy way to make money selling water.
If you have a habit of cleaning, you will find the product to clean with. You will eventually do better cleaning.
The habit or ritual or whatever you may call it is the key here.
This is what I am really really trying to nail.
I am starting small.
Vinegar is magic.
It cleans almost anything.
Diluted with water and a few drops of dishwashing detergent added, it cleans the toughest of stains on those corners of the bathroom that we have learned to ignore.
Add baking soda to the party and you have enough cleaning power to reform the government.