Are you looking for a way to get your children involved in the daily cleaning tasks in your home? An easy way to do this is to create a cleaning chore chart. This lets your kids know what they’re responsible for cleaning. More importantly, it lets you know if your kids have done what you’ve asked them to. Use our tips in this article to help you create an organized cleaning chore chart for your children then divide and conquer.
Anne Gibbons once said, “Nature abhors a vacuum — and so do I.” Many of us who don’t like cleaning rush through the job only to find that we have to do it again, and that’s no fun. To help you have more free time in your day, here’s how to avoid seven cleaning mistakes that will slow you down.
Do you find yourself cleaning the counters, floor and toilet in your home’s bathroom a couple times a week? Maybe you feel this is necessary just to keep the space presentable for family and visitors. Well, you’ll be glad to know there are some simple things you can do to keep your bathroom looking good for more than just a couple days.