Cleaning Tips: Not Just About Removing Stains
There are many websites, do it yourself shows on television, and books offering cleaning tips on stain removal, light repairs, and more of the tedium involved with cleaning. Whether you are indoors or outdoors, cleaning is not the most enjoyable extracurricular activity. Here are some cleaning tips geared toward making cleaning a more enjoyable and safe experience for the whole family.
Cleaning tips involving safety can be found on cleaning products, tools and heavy equipment such as vacuums, pressure washers, and on websites from bloggers and manufacturers. Of the most important cleaning tips regarding safety is to always use any kind of chemicals and cleaning materials including heavy equipment only as specified by the manufacturer. Each year pressure washers, fires used to clean brush, and chemicals mixed inappropriately with others, injure many people, sometimes fatally. As a precaution, keep all hazardous and potentially dangerous cleaning materials securely locked or on high out of the reach of children. Parents should also keep children or inexperienced users from using corrosive cleaning materials, sharp lawn cleaning tools, and machinery such as pressure washers, lawnmowers, and wood chippers.
Advice and cleaning tips on how to keep the interest of you and your family are maybe not so abundant as those on safety or stain removal, but there are some ways to beat the chore time blues. Younger children are fascinated by games and discovery. Have your toddlers and preschool aged children help by creating a silly game associated with cleaning such as feeding the hamper monster some smelly clothes for breakfast or awarding points for getting toys into the toy box from across the room. Music also helps to pass the time while cleaning especially when the music is upbeat and everyone can sing along as they straighten, sweep, and polish. Older children may need a little more incentive to help with chores so one good way to involve this crowd is to reward their creativity. In addition to assigned tasks, let them pick a task not on the list or one that they feel is important, and depending on how creative the idea was that is how rewarding the experience will be for them with perhaps a trip to the mall or a few extra dollars in their allowance.
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