MOM Tip: Make your own kitchen cleaner for your countertops and kitchen table. It only takes two ingredients. Just combine a 1/2 cup of vinegar and 1/2 cup of water in a spray bottle and you are set! Click here to get this tip plus more DIY cleaner recipes from Kids Acitivities Blog.
MOM Tip: Use an old pillow case to place over one of the fan’s blades and then pull the fabric back, keeping all the dust and dirt contained in the pillow case. Click here for this tip from Martha Stewart.
You might not get paid for it, but everyone who does it knows that being a mom is a full-time job. There always seems to be something else that needs to be done. There is some good news, however, and that’s that it’s easier than it used to be – in fact, it’s getting easier […]
MOM Tip: Keep your sponges standing by using a binder clip. This will help air dry your sponges quicker and they will last longer. Click here for this tip from Lifehacker.
MOM Tip: One Good Thing by Jillee is sharing her cheaper, natural, and better alternative to disinfectant wipes. All you need to make this cleaning solution is…. 1 cup of water 1/4 cup of rubbing alcohol 2 tablespoons Dawn dish soap 2 tablespoons ammonia (optional) washcloths/rags container Click here to get this tip from One Good Thing […]
MOM Tip: Its easy to clean your stove burners without scrubbing by using ammonia, with this tip from V Spot Cleaning. Click here for full how to clean your stove burners.
Visual reminders and supports for daily and weekly chores, including menu planning, shopping lists, chore responsibility chart and more. Click here to get these FREE Complete Housekeeping Printable Set from Gone Like Rainbows.
I know it’s time in my home to get everything cleaned and get everyone involved. If your looking for a new way to get organized with your cleaning and a way to include your household here is a great printable. There are several options available – A prepared one, a fill in the blanks one […]
MOM Tip: Sometimes normal toilet cleaner and your typical toilet brush just don’t cut it. Instead try a pumice stone to scrub off hard water and rust stains in your toilet. Click here for this tip from Bitz & Giggles.
MOM Tip: Turn your bathroom fan on, then spray it with canned air to thoroughly clean between the small openings. Click here for this tip from The Family Handyman.