MOM Tip: Use wax paper to get rid of (and prevent) water stains on your faucet. Click here for this tip from The Creek Line House.
MOM Tip: Why didn’t I think of this? Simple idea for keeping your house picked up from all the kids toys. Next time your kids want to bring toys out of their room/play room and into a room you prefer not to see those toys. Just hand your child a pillow case. Allow a certain number […]
It’s that time of year for a good deep cleaning otherwise known as Spring Cleaning! Here are some great printables that include all of your rooms and a great checklist. Click here to get these FREE Ultimate Spring Cleaning Checklist Printables from The Kolb Corner.
MOM Tip: Clean that impossible-to-remove dust from candles with a cotton ball and rubbing alcohol. Click here to get this tip from Homemakers Daily.
I know January is over and February is almost gone, but I found these printable checklists and had to share. There is also a March printable. I love the idea of following a checklist to complete projects around the house like this purge and house cleaning checklist. Click here to get these FREE Organization Printables from […]
MOM Tip: Cover a grease spill on a wooden kitchen surface with salt, let it sit for an hour, then brush away the salt. The salt should help absorb the grease from the wood! And if you ever have an overflow in your oven, cover it with salt immediately! Once it’s dry and cool, it’ll be […]
Teach your kids how to clean the bathroom with this free printable bathroom cleaning checklist. Click here to get this FREE Kids Bathroom Cleaning Checklist Printable as well as some kids cleaning tips from Early Bird Mom.
MOM Tip: Clean and gently sanitize your wood chopping blocks and cutting boards by rubbing with a lemon. If residue remains from the lemon juice, rinse it off after the wood is completely dry.
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.