Do you have all your transactions thrown into your books like this? If your socks are "Revenue" it might be fine for your CPA to have all the socks thrown into one basket so they can add them up and report Total Revenue on your tax return.
But when you want to know how many green socks or how many yellow socks you have, you must empty the basket, count them up and put them back. Then, next week when laundry is done again, you have to go through the same ritual.
I contend that you should sort the socks when they come out of the dryer so you always know how many of each type of sock you have available. Likewise, I think you should track how much Revenue you have by product line, by service line, by geography, or any other breakdown that makes sense for your business.
If you mention this to your CPA, they may fear your want to explode the Chart of Accounts to capture this detail, like a drawer for every type of sock. Fortunately, that isn't necessary.
More than anything, I find people whose books could easily be structured so they could see their sorted socks at a glance while all the socks being stored in a single drawer.
By sorting the socks at the beginning, you can easily glean information without having to dig for it. I'd love to help you create a process to sort your socks (organize the details in your books) to give you better information to run your business.