As any parent of dish-making, laundry-creating teenagers will tell you, it’s never too early to start your child doing household chores. The sooner you teach kids to take on some housecleaning, the better off you (and everyone) will be. Sure, there’s a temptation to say, “Oh, they’ll mess it up and then I’ll have to do it myself anyway.” However, by finding age-appropriate chores for your kids to do, they can actually learn to keep your house fabulously clean. Here are some great tips.
Yep, it’s that time of year. School is in session, and your child has all of their pens and binders neatly tucked away in their brand-new backpack. Flash-forward to three months later. Let’s just say your child’s backpack and lunch box are far from pristine. Perhaps the words “health code violation” are lingering somewhere in your imagination. Here are some great tips for cleaning your child’s backpack and lunch box.
You tuck your glass cleaner bottle, bathroom cleaner and furniture polish back under the sink in your kitchen. You hang up your lambswool duster and wheel the vacuum cleaner back into the closet. Your housecleaning is done! Or, is it? There are a few items in every household that can easily be overlooked on any cleaning to-do list. Checkout some of those items to see if you have them all covered.
After buying a home, you naturally want to move in as soon as possible. But, before you start rolling in the furniture, why not take the opportunity to clean your new place? Checkout a few tips on how to get a jumpstart on the cleaning so you can feel even more at ease in your new home.