a place with no dust?
November 4, 2017 12:19pm CST
so the person that my mother texts to do odd jobs finally showed up after several days. when he was finished with those tasks, i asked him to check a small fan that stopped working and clean the awning-type windows above the sliding doors. "oh, i already cleaned that the last time." "yes, but it's dirty again." what i really wanted to say, but didn't was: if it was still clean, why would anyone pay for someone to clean it again? secondly, after a few weeks, did you really think there won't be a speck of dust given that we live on a busy road? i mean, who wouldn't want to live in a place without dust? i guess the only dust-free places on earth would be the north and south poles.
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Oh gosh . . .dust pops up everywhere and all the time no matter how much you clean an area . . . new dust is constantly in the making. Maintenance cleaning needs to be done often - and if not, it just becomes a bigger job for someone later on. That being said, I am doing major clean up this morning .
I wish i could live in a dust-free environment too. But ours has dust everywhere because we have front amd backyard gardens and windy open areas that blow in dust. I'm not a compulsive cleaner, unfortunately. I usually just wait for my weekend housekeeper to wipe the window panes.