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post #1 of Old 12-05-2016, 10:21 PM Thread Starter
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Bathroom cleaning

Many of the moms here may be having trouble cleaning their bathroom, especially their naughty kidís bathroom. Well, I had the same problem and tried some new methods to keep my bathroom shining. As a working mom, I found great difficulty in managing time to clean the bathroom every day. I changed my holidays into cleaning days. But, I realized that finding an extra 1 or 2 minutes each day will keep my work easier and toilet even cleaner. I replaced my old dirty cloth with a squeegee and thus much easier to do my job. After every dayís bath, I clean my bathroom tiles using this squeegee. Faucets can be the most difficult to clean if it is not done daily. I am using a solution of vinegar and water to clean my faucets rather than using any cleaning chemicals. Wet soap dishes were the most difficult to manage in my boyís bathroom. He always keeps singing, assuming himself to be a rockstar while bathing, and sometimes he loves to rub the floor tiles with his soap. Now, I have changed the bathroom countertop with a trickle tray and his soap bars were replaced by a soap shampoo double dispenser. Having all this changes done, I found my bathroom neater than before. Also for my kid, I have added a faucet extender and some shower accessories so that he can easily reach it.
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post #2 of Old 12-23-2016, 06:39 AM
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Nice!!
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I really agree that things should be cleaned regularly if you don't want to have to put in a lot of elbow grease at the end of the day! Letting grime pile up is the worst thing you can do if you want to keep a clean house!

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post #4 of Old 01-10-2017, 11:47 PM
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Pretty nice idea of remodeling and also it is quite obvious that you could feel so easy if you find an extra time for cleaning your bathroom after everyday's bath.
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Well done, that you do not neglect the bathroom
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Well done, that you do not neglect the bathroom
Oh I do anyways
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Pretty nice idea of remodeling and also it is quite obvious that you could feel so easy if you find an extra time for cleaning your bathroom after everyday's bath.
You again. ;D
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I'll listen too
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thanks for the tip really appreciated!
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