My house is pretty clean. I don’t like to spend time cleaning, so I don’t let big messes develop.
So, while I usually attack grime before it gets out of control, today I noticed the crusty growth around the kitchen faucet. Even though I wipe the faucet every time I wash dishes, there is something in the water that creates a nasty buildup around the faucet.
If I paid attention, I would clean it every time I cleaned the rest of the kitchen. Somehow, it escaped my notice.
As I scrubbed away at it, I thought that it related well to organizing:
- It built up over time
- I stopped noticing it
- It would take time and several attempts before it would be cleared up
- I need to work at regularly to keep it from coming back
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