While dropping my son off to college recently I was suddenly hit with the fact that no one is going to be there to do his laundry, make him wash his sheets, or clean his room.
He has a roommate in his dorm room and I have absolutely no idea of how this other young man feels about cleanliness…but they both are about to find out.
I will admit that my son wasn’t a slob at all; however, I did have to nag about certain cleaning situations in his room. Let’s see if you too can empathize with the below nagging questions.
The cleaning aisle can become overwhelming with options very quickly. And some cleaning products can do more damage to the surfaces in your home, rather than good. From sponges, to mops, to air filters and disinfectants - there are about ten options for each item. Before you hit the cleaning aisle, let’s make an inventory list of what our home’s surfaces are and then let’s do a little research on what cleaning supplies we actually need.
In this article we will look at cost-effective ways to use the correct disinfectant, dusters, floor cleaners, glass cleaners, rags and sponges. After all, it's not only about finding the right cleaner for your home (although that is very important) but if I can save you money and possibly recommend healthy products as well - then I feel that I am giving you some helpful advice. I hope you think so too. Let's get started...
Have you heard of the phrase “Proper Prior Planning Prevents Poor Performance”?
Well, if you have never heard of this phrase please do yourself a favor…say it out loud today, write it down, and then make your whole family repeat it.
With the rush of the new school year fast approaching, now is the time to plan ahead so that our families school year routine can be efficient and easy.
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