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National Cleaning Holidays You Didn’t Know Existed

There are many national cleaning holidays in the United States of America you didn’t know existed. The holidays promote both organized and individual cleaning programs, so also maintaining good self-hygiene.

Here are some of the National Cleaning holidays you didn’t know existed;

1. National CleanUp Day Holidays

This annual cleaning holiday celebrated in the United States and other countries every third Saturday in the month of September. As a result, this cleaning holiday promotes clean-up events and volunteering to keep the outdoors clean. The 2020 edition of the National Clean-Up Day was celebrated in all parts of the United States on September 19, 2020, with the 2021 edition coming up on September 18, 2021. The first-ever edition of this holiday came up in 2017 with 225,000 volunteers turning up for the event.

2. National Clean Out Your Fridge Day

National Clean out Your Fridge Day on November 15 often goes overlooked. Everyone removes any foul-smelling odor from the appliance to celebrate. The National Clean Out Your Fridge Day is important because of the following;

a. Increase in the population of people sharing living space which leads to tensions about who and when to clean the fridge.

b. It serves as a perfect motivation since most people don’t like cleaning the fridge.

c. It helps to discover long-forgotten items inside the fridge, preventing wastage of resources.

3. National Cleaning Week Holidays

This holiday, which is always observed every fourth full week of the month of March, designates a week to clean up between seasons. Also, it is designed for cleaning the environment and home. The holiday divides into two segments, namely;

      a. Cleaning Outside

      Here you pull out the stored up grills for cleaning with detergents or soap. On top of that make sure you organize the potting shed, rakes, shovels, and the hose at different places around the house.

       b. Cleaning Inside

       Bring all your winter clothes to the laundry for washing including the flannel sheets. Then replace them with clean spring clothes and cool sheets.