OK, I must confess I am not a fan of cleaning. Seriously, if there is one thing that I wish I didn’t have to do or spend less time doing, it would cleaning my home.
That said, cleaning is unfortunately inevitable if you are parent.
A recent survey found that the average person spends 66 minutes per day engaging in different household tasks. Therefore, that’s 24,090 minutes, 401.5 hours or 16.73 days per year dedicated to just cleaning. Seriously almost 17 days a year! That’s insane.
But luckily for all The Cleaning Authority has recently launched the My Bonus Days campaign. This campaign helps homeowners lives easier by sharing timesaving tips, tricks and cleaning hacks. This is especially great news with summer months laying out ahead of us now. I mean who wants to spend any extra time cleaning when they can be enjoying summer and outdoors now.
Plus, they are also hosting the #My BonusDays social media contest for a chance to win a year of FREE cleaning PLUS a paid trip for two to Riviera, Mexico. You just have to check out their site HERE.
But for now how can you save some much needed time cleaning in your home?
Now read on how to save time cleaning in your home now…
8 DIY Simple Ways For All Families To Save Time Cleaning
1. Broom & Pan
Want clean floors easily? Well, the secret to this is by having the right broom and pan. Plus you also want to use the correct sweep style techniques. But how? By working your way from one part of the room towards the exit. Plus this broom and pan a great help and fix for all those small messes, too. When you are done cleaning with the broom, make sure to wash and dry it out so that it is clean for the next small mess.
2. Dryer Sheets
These are just for your laundry room. Yes, these little sheets are miracle worker. How? Well, try running one along your baseboards to remove dirt and dust. They also can be sued to keep garbage cans smelling nice, as well as line bottom of the can to absorb odors and leaks.
3. Lint Roller
I know these are typically used on clothing. And believe me with a golden retriever dog here in our home, we most definitely use them for that. But they can also be used over lampshades or any furniture to clean up dust quickly. Plus, they can also pull crumbs and dirt from the bottom of hard-to-reach spots like drawers and cushions. And even more so, they can pick up stuff like broken glass, glitter and sprinkles that vacuums can’t. Meanwhile, if your space is quite huge, then that means it would require a day or two to clean up by yourself. In that case, you may need to hire a house cleaner. We advise you to check out Calibre Cleaning for cleaning services in Brisbane, Canberra, and Gold Coast.
While these are usually used to clean food messes from dishes and more. They can harbor bacteria. While yes, you can easily replace them, you can also make them last longer. But how so? By simply placing them on the top rack of your dishwasher on the heated dry setting. Then, easily remove when cycle is over for a disinfected sponge.
5. Mop Slippers
If you have a bad lower back like I do, cleaning the floor can be one of the worst and literally painful chores possible. But mop slippers are a huge help. See simply put on mop slippers. Then, slide around on hardwood or tile to remove dust, dirt, hair, grime and more. Plus, you can even use these slippers to polish your floors. And they are also easily washable, too!
6. Desk Vacuum
Let’s face it cleaning desk, tables surfaces and more can be a hassle. Especially if you have small crumbs or particles. But a small desk vacuum can more than do the trick here.
7. Shelf Liner
How about those fridge shelf messes? You know the spills and drips that cause sticky messes. Well, Shelf Liners are awesome for these. Not only do they absorb these messes. But they can easily removed to wash with water and soap. Then, you can dry and put right back.
8. Rubber Gloves
As shared here pet hair is an issue HERE. If you also have pets in your home, then I am sure you have this issue, too. Well another great way to help with pet hair messes is with rubber gloves. Simply slide the gloves on and rub down any areas that have pet hair that need extra cleaning. See when the rubber is pushed against fabric, it generates elasticity to gather the remaining pet hair. Plus, the gloves are easily cleanable by running under water afterwards. This will unstick any hair. Plus, rubber gloves are always good to have for all everyday cleaning, too.
There you have eight easy ways to save you and your family time cleaning your own home.