Cleaning and Organizing Your Life

Wednesday, April 14, 2004


rubber gloves vacuum cleaner and sponge mop feather duster and dust cloths sponges and paper towels toilet brush plastic bucket furniture polish glass cleaner all-purpose disinfectant bleach (nonchlorine may be good for clothes and carpets --the regular stuff has ruined a lot of my clothes) Sign in to see full entry.

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when guests coming, you don't always have time for a full cleaning take a basket through the house picking up clutter put the basket out of site, but schedule time to put away later clean up any trash and throw it out wipe down obvious smears in bathroom close the doors to rooms your guests won't see wipe the floor down with a damp towel pour some cleaner in the toilet and do a quick run with the brush vacuum only the high-traffic areas guests will see don't worry about moving furniture use a... Sign in to see full entry.

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Tuesday, April 13, 2004


wash windows and clean window screens wash window coverings and shower curtain wash walls, door frames, window sills, and baseboards shampoo carpets and wax wood or tile floors have furniture cleaned and sprayed with protectant clean out closets, cabinets, and other storage areas clean under and behind large appliances wipe down cabinets, inside and out wipe down inside of refrigerator and defrost freezer clean the oven, burners, and stovetop Sign in to see full entry.

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Monday, April 12, 2004


use a bucket to carry your cleaning supplies from room to room dust first (a feather duster is fine unless you have allergies) sweep any areas without carpeting vacuum the upper levels of the house and work your way down clean floors that require mopping set aside a few minutes twice a week to run through the bathroom keep automatic toilet bowl cleaner in your tank to reduce scrubbing (avoid Clorox disk in your toliet bowl tank--read the comment page for more info) Sign in to see full entry.

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Sunday, April 11, 2004


1. put things away as soon as you're done to avoid double work 2. when leaving a room, scan for things that don't belong there 3. pick up anything misplaced and take it with you to put away 4. put dirty dishes directly in the dishwasher, when you run the dishwasher, empty it as soon as done 5. while cooking, clean as you go, while dinner is cooking, clean the bowl you just used 6. straighten the shower curtain to avoid mold, have cleaners in each bathroom for quick "wiping up" Sign in to see full entry.

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Saturday, April 10, 2004

See! I must really be a sex machine!!!!!!!!!

CLEAN & DIRTY: Hard working Housewifes as Lovers By Pete Samson THE cleanest women around the house are the dirtiest in the bedroom, according to a new survey. Those who spend most time doing chores have the highest sex drive, say researchers. More than half who devote 10 hours a week or more to cleaning want sex at least once a day. And those who pitch in for 15 hours a week... Sign in to see full entry.

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Categorize Your Clutter

Born Clutter: Anything that was born to take up space and collect dust (souvenirs). "I'm taking it with me" Clutter: Anything that has served a purpose and no longer works for you (unidentified keys, clothes that don't fit). Impostor Clutter: Clutter posing as a bargain (garage sale "deals"). Heirloom Clutter: Some clutter is inherited (Grandpa's old 78s). Bestowed Clutter: Some clutter is given to us as a gift. Rabbit Clutter: Collections and collectibles that multiply fast. Masquerade Clutter:... Sign in to see full entry.

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