Well I am certainly not particularly adept at cleaning, so
I am probably the last person you would seek advice from! But I do know a few things about being
motivated to clean and that’s half the battle.
Spring is in the air so it’s a good time to start wrestling your house
into some kind of order. I was sent a selection of cleaning products by intellicig to get me in the mood to get started.
So here are my suggestions to inspire you to clean and clean some more.
distracts you from the job in hand (especially if the job is cleaning the loo!)
and you can enjoy the tunes as you make everything shiny and bright again!
a thorough job cleaning, give yourself a treat, have a cup of tea, flick
through a few pages of your latest book or just put your feet up and do nothing
for a few moments before you even consider tackling the next job. This is good if you need to leave things to
soak, cleaning products left for a while mean less elbow grease from yourself.
Buy some new cleaning products
trying out a product you haven’t seen before can bring a little excitement to
the proceedings, perhaps a new fragrance to make it all less tiresome! Whatever you choose just make sure you have plenty in, there is nothing worse than starting a job and mid way your out of cleaning supplies.
Make a list
Ticking off jobs when you complete them helps you feel
like progress is being made, otherwise approaching the whole house
higgledy-piggledy seems overwhelming. Just make sure you do not spend more time writing lists than you actually do cleaning…
Rope in other people to help
enjoy feeling useful so place a cloth in their hands and set them loose on the
house. Come bedtime they will sleep well for you which
is just as nice as admiring your newly cleaned house.
luck with your spring-cleaning, if you get done terribly fast your welcome to