Vacuuming your carpet is one of the most relaxing tasks in your home. Think about it. Normally you are pulled at from every direction. Kids, pets, work and errands make life full. Sometimes you just want to escape from all the noise and clutter that surrounds you. With a vacuum you are actually completing many things at once. One, you are turning on your nesting feature in your brain. You are creating a clean space for your family. A safe space that will allow you to thrive. Two, you are escaping from the noise by turning on the noise. The hum of the vacuum motor is peace on a different level. It is much like the white noise that is created by some baby noise machines which mimics the womb sound helping them fall asleep. Now you don’t want to sleep operating a piece of residential machinery, however you do want bliss. Which brings me to the third point, bliss can be obtained by knowing you have succeeded in completing a task, a task that was challenging and rewarding. You know the feeling, you spent your valuable time working, detailing, and reaching the end goal which is a fully vacuumed home. The carpet pile is lifted, groom marks are left in for effect, corners and edges are neatly dust free; it just looks divine. No foot prints; just like it was newly installed.
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Most things, if not all things need cleaned. It rings true since the beginning of time. The end result may have remained the same or at the very least been a socially acceptable level of clean. How we got there has changed, improved because of technology and our understanding of the micro world. The world unseen to the naked eye. One that only scientists, doctors and researchers were able to view, quantify and verify through the use of the microscope. Us laymen, were either told what existed or we were subjected first hand to the effects of contact with the micro contaminant world. What we were shocked to find out is our world is infested, littered and over run by invaders.
To combat these intruders, chemicals and processes were developed to kill them or at the very least, keep them out of our homes.