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why you shouldn't wear shoes inside

Growing up, some of you might not have been allowed to wear shoes inside the home. While it might have seemed like an inconvenience at the time, you have probably grown to understand the benefits of it. However, if you still aren't sure why you shouldn't wear shoes inside, that's understandable since it's a very common habit. That's why the pros at Sobieski are here to tell you a little bit about why wearing shoes inside isn't such a great habit and why it's time to finally break it.

1. It Prevents Dirt and Mud Buildup
When you have been outside for a long time, mud and dirt are bound to get on the underside of your shoe. When you wear those same shoes indoors you risk getting mud on your carpet, furniture and upholstery. Not only does this require more vacuuming during the week, it can also worsen your indoor air quality. Bringing in dirt and dust also brings in all sorts of toxins and allergens that can cause reactions, allergies and other symptoms. So simply take off your shoes before you enter your home to prevent any excess dirt and mud buildup.


2. It Keeps Your Indoor Air Quality in Good Shape
A cleaner home leads to better indoor air quality. If you ensure your home has limited dirt, dust, debris or mud, your HVAC system won't have to work overtime to filter out any allergens or toxins. By maintaining your indoor air quality, you can ensure you are healthy, and your HVAC unit is not under a lot of pressure.


3. It Is Good for Your Floors
Bringing in moisture, mud and dirt is not only bad for your health - it can also wreck the quality of your floor. If you have hardwood floors, the last thing you want is scuff marks lining up, worsening the overall look and quality. It can also worsen any polish and cleaning you might have done in the past which ultimately is a major inconvenience for you. Things aren't any better if you have carpeting. Any dirt you bring in can wedge its way into the fabric of your carpet, damaging the material and making it harder for you to clean.


4. It Makes Cleaning Easier
As we mentioned before, having dust and dirt build up in your home can make cleaning a lot harder than it needs to be. By bringing your shoes in often, you'll find yourself dusting, polishing and mopping your floors and vacuuming frequently. By simply taking a minute to take off your shoes and putting them on a rack near the front door you can save yourself a great deal of time.


Want to Learn How To Keep Your Home Dirt and Pollutant-Free? Contact the Pros at Sobieski!
We hope this guide on why you shouldn't wear your shoes inside was helpful. If you want to learn more about the ways you can keep your home clean and dirt-free, contact us at Sobieski. Call us today at 866-477-4404 or schedule an appointment online!

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