It came to my attention back in May that my kids thought that I loved cleaning. Say what?! I clean because I have to but to say I love it is more than an overstatement. Fast forward to now when it is time to start on our fall cleaning and that revelation from May has been on a my mind a lot. What if you could make fall cleaning fun and easy? Take those boring chores that have to get done and turn them into a fun activity that you actually enjoy doing. Now, with the help of The Libman Company, I am doing just that. Find out how to embrace life’s messes with the right tools and a heap of fun.
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I’m totally mopping and taking a photo at the same time!!
Start With the Right Tools
Let’s face it: no matter how much fun you make something, if you are using the wrong tools you are still going to dread the task. That is why the first step is choosing the right cleaning tool for your arsenal. This is I recommend having a look at this review and buying one of these mops. After all, there are so many mops on the market, how are you supposed to make a decision without a guide! The Libman Wonder Mop is the perfect tool to keep your home clean. Don’t let the fact that this is a mop fool you.
- The Libman Wonder Mop is perfect for all kinds of surfaces such as tile, vinyl, wood, and granite.
- You can literally clean every room in your house with this one tool.
- Clean hard to reach areas without stretching or crouching.
- When you’re done, toss the mop head in the wash to clean it and reuse it up to 50 washes!
- It makes cleaning a breeze so we can focus on making more messy memories.
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Play upbeat music while you clean. It helps motivate you to mover and makes the cleaning feel more like a dance party. Or, if you’re like me, it becomes a literal dance party with you twirling and dipping all over the house…
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Have a Race
Something I’ve learned from my kids thinking I love to clean is that they should get in on the action more. Grab your kids, set a timer, and see who can get their room clean first. The timer creates a sense of urgency while the competition keeps it fun. Don’t forget to have a victory treat ready at the end.
Wear Big Fuzzy Socks
How many times have you mopped the floor and found that your kids trampled through the area immediately after? Frustrating, I know. Instead, put pairs of big, fuzzy socks on their feet and let them dance around while you mop. That means less drying time for your clean floors all while they play.
This one is another great way to get the kids excited about cleaning. Everyone picks a song to sing and they mop while singing the song into the mop handle. Make sure that everyone gets a turn and continue singing until the job is done. Mop karaoke seriously has my kids begging me to mop the floor. It’s hysterical.
When you take on your fall cleaning like a boss, don’t forget to reward yourself. Plan a picnic with your family, rent a movie you have all wanted to see, or make delicious cookies together. Whatever it is, savor it for a job well done.
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I’m a nerdy, crafty mom of three adorable little kids. I love writing and creating, but in my non-existent free time I also love karaoke, taking my kids to the zoo, and reading. I got my degree in Science (no idea how that happened) but I took every English class I could get my hands on because, yeah, I’m that girl.