So Clean You Could Eat Off Them

Day 34 – There is no time like the present to get an unpleasant task out of the way: mopping. Do you have a method of mopping that works? I would love to hear your ideas.  How has cleaning week gone for you?  Do you feel more ready for Thanksgiving?

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Hit the Floor Running

Day 35 – Sweep your hard floors and vacuum any carpets and rugs. Start with an attachment and go over the windowsills and baseboards. Don’t forget to get the corners and stairs. Hand one child a broom and the other one the dustpan and set them to work. Make it a group effort!

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Scrub-A-Dub

Day 36 – Give your bathroom a good deep cleaning! Clean the surfaces you haven’t thought of in a while.

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From the Top. . .

Day 37 – Dust (or vacuum) ceiling and window corners, all furniture, knick-knacks, and shelves. This would make a GREAT after-school activity for the kids, as well. Give them some socks to cover their hands, a little dusting spray, and some instructions. All you would need to do is follow up on their progress.

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Cleaning Week

Day 38 – Prepare yourself for a mindset to clean. Even if you are not hosting Thanksgiving, it is a great way to prepare your home for the start of the Christmas season.  What is your holiday cleaning strategy?

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