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As a kid, I loved reading the story of Heracles – the Romans called him “Hercules,” and for
some reason that name seems to have stuck – and his 12 labors.

Among the labors: Slaying the hydra, a beast with heads that would simply grow back when
he chopped them off. Capturing the Ceryneian Hind, a deer that could outrun an arrow.

Defeating the Stymphalian Birds, man-eating creatures with metallic wings and feathers.
                      And then in the middle of all these, he had to clean some stables.
                        Granted, these were the Augean stables, filled with thousands of
                         animals, and Hercules/Heracles would need to re-route two
                         rivers to clean them out.

                          But as a kid, I remember thinking “Cleaning? That’s kind of
                          boring.” Decades later, cleaning is still boring, and after a day of
                          work, even the smallest job seems like one of Heracles’ labors.
                          Maybe I need some professional help. Someone like Keen to
                       Clean, perhaps.

Cleaning can be a daunting task, for some if not most. For many people, they feel that
keeping their house clean is in direct correlation with the way that they feel on an overall
basis. Psychologically, most people feel the way the old saying goes, "Messy bed, messy
head" meaning, if you wake up in the morning and don't clean your room and make your
bed, you will have a cluttered "head" throughout the day.

Cleaning your carpet should be left to the professionals. Sure, you can go to the local store
and rent a steamer, and do it yourself. But 9 out of 10 times when a professional comes and
does a cleaning they will tell you the same thing: dried soap was left inside of your carpet as
well as moisture that will be turned into mold if left in there for a period of time.

Squeezing in cleaning chores instead of relaxing during weekend after the week’s hard work
seems like an effort and time-consuming. And for the time that we can’t, we should ask for
help. We should hire professional cleaning services.”

And they mean professionals. Anybody can clean, but Keen to Clean makes sure only the
best people are cleaning your house. Give them a call for all of your cleaning needs - large
or small.

After all, shouldn’t you trust the people coming into your home? Keen to Clean trains and
certifies all of its cleaners, conducts background checks before deploying them.

Keen to Clean operates from 8:30 am to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday, although it will
dispatch cleaners for emergency jobs 24/7.


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