This New Year cleaning resolution tips post is brought to you by Mr. Clean as part of a Type-A Parent Community Sponsored Post.
People, if you know me, and I think we know each other pretty well by now, you know I loves me some Mr. Clean. Ok, I don’t know if I ever confessed my love for the man who embodies everything I’ve always wanted in a mate – someone who is helpful around the house, cares about cleanliness and smells lemony fresh. Mr. Clean is the only man I’ve ever encountered with all of those traits – and rugged good looks to boot. Don’t get me wrong. My husband is handsome and occasionally smells good, but I’m not sure he has ever once lifted a mop. He leaves that to me, he says, because I’m so good at it. Maybe if I get him in a mr. clean costume he’d have more of an affinity with the mop.
It’s true. I am really good at cleaning. Even before I came on board the clean campaign, I said to myself, “This has me written all over it.” I’m like a one-woman clean campaign. And when I heard about coming up with New Year cleaning resolutions tips I was all, “This is my jam!”
So now I present to you my tips on cleaning: Do it. Regularly.
Follow that tip and you will definitely see results.
My other tip for cleaning is to have your kids do it.
That’s the best cleaning tip I’ve found. It really works! The only catch is you have to keep strict watch over them. But it’s worth it. When I first experienced the joy of putting my kids to work, I could not believe how much quicker I got done with all the chores. Better still is having little grunts working for you for once. I should have done it a lot sooner. The kids claim their lives closely resemble that of little orphan Annie, but you know kids. They exaggerate. They also don’t do a very good job. But I figure they’ll be back at it again next week so eventually the scum will get wiped clean. Life’s all about making compromises, people.
Like I said you gotta watch them because if not they’ll try to get out of it. Crazy “forgot” to do his job last week. He was supposed to clean the oven, and if I were paying him, I would have fired him a long time ago. But I took the opportunity to try out the new Mr. Clean Liquid Muscle because Mr. Clean isn’t just for floors anymore. Although I’ve always used Mr. Clean on my floors because it’s good on hardwoods, the new Mr. Clean Liquid Muscle is good on everything. Squirt a drop on your sponge and get to cleaning. No fuss no muss. Look at that baby shine.
To be serious for a moment, though, this year I do resolve to stick to my cleaning schedule. Sometimes I let it slip, and then the house gets disgusting, and I have to lock my doors and draw my shades so no one can see our deplorable living conditions, and then I get overwhelmed by it all. But if I do a little bit each week, I can avoid feeling like a failure, and I won’t have to spend an entire day cleaning from top to bottom. So every Saturday morning I’m making a date with my main squeeze. I don’t know where my husband will be, but Mr. Clean will be right by my side. Like a good man.
Before we go, I’ll give you one more bonus tip because I’m nice like that. After you’re done cleaning, you can throw the sponge in the microwave or dishwasher to sanitize it and reuse it for next time. Bam. I’m just full of helpful tips.
This is a compensated post brought to you by Mr. Clean. Mr. Clean is kicking off the New Year with the launch of a new product called Mr. Clean Liquid Muscle, a new multi-purpose, multi-surface concentrated cleaning gel that delivers superior cleaning performance on and off the floor. Be sure to like Mr. Clean on Facebook and follow @RealMrClean on Twitter.
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