Spring cleaning is usually reserved for one stage of the year, usually towards the end of the year for most. In the Western hemisphere, folks would still have some way to go before that year end comes, but spring is an ideal time of the year to clean away the cobwebs, the previous months having made it almost unbearable or inconvenient to do so. Also, during those winter months, folks often find that their electric bills have been shot through the roof.
Most of their resources seem to go towards heating. And what cleaning gets done does have a tendency to tap into those resources. But with spring around once more, with the weather better and windows open to let in the fresh air, there’s every opportunity to do all the cleaning by hand. Not only is this a sustainable exercise, it’s good for heart, limbs and soul. People should be encouraged to exercise a little elbow grease every once in a while.
The large shop floor and its attendants can all use a good dose of shop rags in bulk. And these rags are well primed to do a lot more than dust off dusty shelves and all. It’s good for the oily garage workshop, and certainly for the factory floor too. These hardy rags shouldn’t wear and tear when a little extra vim and vigor has been applied. All things being equal, the rags have been reclaimed from those really smelly landfill sites a way out of every town in site.
What a good thing this does for the environment. Scoop up as much as you can and clean up the dirt while you’re at it. A bulk buy that saves a lot more than your pocket.