Mud Season in New England
Mud Season is the season in New England between Winter & Spring. For those of you that are not native to New England, mud season is the result of snow melt + rain = mud!
You track it in your car, you track it in your home, you track it in your business, and you track it just about everywhere you go.
Floors take a beating when mud gets embedded into the fibers of your carpet, and can scratch up your tile and wood floors when hard granules get caught up in your shoe treds, all of which decreases the life and beauty of your floors.
The best remedies are to ensure you have a shoe scraper outside your door, wiping off debris each time you go to enter your home or business. If at home, take your shoes off at the door. Insert a shoe tray at the entrance so that dirty shoes sit in the tray, not on the floor. Sweep the floor at the entry ways daily to prevent hard debris and dirt from being tracked through the your home.
For your business, vacuum or sweep daily and make sure paths and walkways leading to your office are clear and free of mud and debris.
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