Cleaning green has been all the rage for the last few years, but I’ve often felt it just wasn’t as efficient as good old store-bought cleaners that smell of chlorine and other chemicals. And then the kids came and those dangerous sounding labels on the bottles of my cleaning solutions started to frighten me. What would happen if one of my kids found the toilet cleaner bottle and decided to drink it? And more plausible – what if I don’t rinse enough after cleaning the bathtub and my kid takes a bath just after cleaning?
At our home we usually like to say: “messy house, happy kids” but sadly a little mess can easily turn into a gigantic issue.
Even though the kids’ room is made for playing or/and studying it should be organized in order for them to better focus or simply enjoy their free time. So every year we do a really thorough cleaning of the kids room, to complement the weekly cleaning. And we try to do it efficiently and fast. And we usually start a bit before the Spring cleaning season, to get the clutter out of the way as soon as possible. With new toys coming in during the holidays, the kids room can have more that they can handle in January.