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Georgia Madden added this to How Do I... Clean My House Like a Pro?25 Jun 2019

How can I clean smarter? Splash out on a cleaning caddy: You’ll find that having all your cleaning supplies together in one place and being able to carry them from room to room saves you oodles of time. And they’re not expensive – some very serviceable cleaning caddies are just a couple of dollars.Forget scrubbing: When was the last time you saw a professional cleaner scrubbing at a surface? The trick is to use the right product for the stain, then give it time to sink in and do the hard work for you. Simply spray or apply the cleaning solution at the start of your house clean, then wipe away when you’re done.

Georgia Madden added this to How Do I... Reduce My Cleaning Time?10 Oct 2018

Create a cleaning scheduleFollowing a simple, weekly cleaning schedule ensures that my house isn’t just tidy, but actually clean. It’s not an exhausting schedule, but it outlines which days I do certain tasks and it keeps me accountable. I look forward to including my children in this schedule in the future.As part of this schedule, I try to give myself 20 minutes of uninterrupted time each day (around my children’s sleep times) when I carry out as much cleaning as possible. It helps to have a fully stocked cleaning basket that I carry with me from room to room – this way I’m not wasting time searching for that elusive cleaning product.

Deirdre Avenell added this to Domestic Bliss: Insider Tips from a Professional Home Cleaner24 Jul 2017

Extravagant or essential?Opinions on hiring a home cleaner are divided. One school believes if we were better time managers we could – and should – deal with our own mess. This theory is often tinged with moral outrage at perceived exploitation of low-waged workers. Another school suggests paying a cleaner creates more time for family activities, leisure and enjoyment of the home, away from the demands of work. Then there are those with physical issues that make domestic help a necessity.If you’re in the latter camps, here’s how to establish a mutually beneficial relationship with whoever you hire to make your home spick and span when you can’t.

Janet Dunn added this to Dirty Dozen: Tricky Household Chores and How to Deal With Them4 Sep 2016

YOUR SAY How do these dirty deeds rate on your love-to-hate list? Share your thoughts in the Comments.MORERead through more stories with cleaning tips

Deirdre Avenell added this to What to Do Before Moving Into a New Rental9 Aug 2016

Whether you chose to use chemical cleaners or more natural products like vinegar and baking soda, be sure to clean the places not easily accessible and therefore often overlooked by less thorough cleaners. Behind the oven, inside high cupboards and the space at the back of the toilet bowl are all areas that will likely want a good seeing to, as well as anywhere likely to accumulate mould and mildew.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

lynniebelle1 added this to Laundry Rooms2 Jan 2019

Put cleaning supplies in wicker basket

exultation added this to Laundry29 May 2017

Caddy for cleaning- ready to go

emmasteiner added this to emmasteiner's ideas30 Jul 2016

great way to store cleaning bits and pieces

kmgannon1 added this to Laundry Room5 Jul 2016

Bucket makes leaving the supplies out look like decor!

memain89 added this to Future Dream Home24 Nov 2015

Cute bucket for cleaning supplies

sue123123 added this to laundry25 Oct 2015

balde ikea metal black para elementos de limpieza

natasharadcliffe added this to House213 Aug 2015

Put together your own caddy for cleaning supplies

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