by Lee Wyatt
(last updated January 9, 2012)
Let's face facts...no one really likes to spend all of their time working on cleaning their homes. If you are one of those people who would much rather spend their time doing a lot of other things (such as having a life) then why not try something else? That option would be doing something called burst cleaning. Simply speaking, burst cleaning is where you clean up only small areas of your home at a time. Ideally this type of cleaning would work with just about anyone, but it is better suited to those who can either work very quickly or are inherently fairly clean. Simply follow these guidelines and you should have no problem dealing with using burst cleaning around your home.
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