Tuesday, August 2, 2016

Time Tidbits: 4 Biggest Cleaning Mistakes

Have you ever spent a good chunk of your weekend cleaning instead of relaxing or spending time with your family? The cleaning experts at bObsweep —a robotic vacuum that cleans your house for you—are sharing some of the biggest cleaning mistakes you shouldn't be making (and how to fix them).
 
>> MISTAKE #1:  IGNORING THE HARD-TO-REACH SPOTS
Unbeknownst to you, hidden dust, bacteria, and dust mites are living the sweet life under your beds, couches, and other hard-to-reach places.  By turning a blind eye to these invisible spots, you're letting those nasty critters thrive!
 
>> MISTAKE #2:  FAILING TO GET ALL THE PET HAIR OUT
Chances are that in spite of your best efforts, your vacuum is leaving behind insane amounts of pet hair.  Your carpet may look tidy, but lurking underneath is a thin film of furry filth. 
 
>> MISTAKE #3:  NOT GETTING THE WHOLE FAMILY INVOLVED
Getting your significant other (let alone your kids) to help you with the housework is a chore in itself.  But by failing to get them involved, you're wasting time and energy that you could have spent on something more fun. 
 
>> MISTAKE #4:  SPENDING WAY TOO MUCH TIME CLEANING
We live in a fast-paced world where time is the greatest luxury we have.  Wouldn't you rather spend the hours you use sweeping, mopping, and vacuuming with your family?
 
The tech-savvy inventors of bObsweep hate cleaning just as much as you do.  That's why they've solved all four mistakes in one full sweep.  Their powerful, compact robotic vacuum with a big personality combines five chores into one—sweeping, vacuuming, mopping, UV sanitation, and air purification.  Plus, the bObsweep gets the whole family involved:  kids are eager to test it out as a fun "toy," dads can't wait to get their hands on such a cutting-edge gadget, and moms think it's just about the best thing that's ever happened to them.

1 comment:

  1. I would love to have one of those! I do spend half of my Saturday cleaning, without any help from other family members.

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