Have you heard that old saying a clean home is a happy home? That rings especially true for me. I thrive on a clean home! 99% of the time guests could drop by unexpected and our house would be in entertaining order.
I think I need to order this print from Etsy:
Weekly Cleaning Schedule
Saturday or Sunday-
- Wash Floors
- Deep Clean Bathrooms
- Change Sheets
- Wash sheets and towels
- Clean Kitchen
- Do dishes
- Wipe down bathroom vanity and mirror
- Sort mail
3-4 times per week-
- Laundry, usually workout clothes, darks and towels from the gym
- Run dishwasher and put away dishes
(I don’t sell any of these products, I just like them!)
I’ve had this 16 ounce bottle for 2 years and it’s not even half gone! You use this concentrate to make a window cleaning, everyday cleaner and a degreaser. I use these in the kitchen, bathroom and to clean mirrors and windows. Love it!
This is amazing on stubborn stains, sinks, stoves, around faucets and even doors to get fingerprints and smudges off.
Norwex Cleaning Clothes
Long gone are my days of using paper towels or any old rag. I have a set of 3, 2 for everyday cleaning and one for glass.
In addition to the Shaklee Concentrate I’ve started making my own floor cleaner with tea tree oil, water, vinegar and a few drops of essential oil. Since Tanner has really bad allergies I’ve been very careful with what goes on the floor that could irritate his paws. There is a big spray bottle of this in our hall closet to clean floors and around their food dishes.
I was sent the Apothecary Extracts Tea Tree Oil to try and I love it, I know when this one is gone I will be buying another bottle.
All Purpose Tea Tree Oil Cleaner
What You Need:
2 tsp. Apothecary Extracts Tea Tree Oil
1 clean spray bottle
2 cups distilled water
6 oz. white vinegar
20 drops of cassia or lemon essential oil (optional to get rid of vinegar odor)
Mix It: Combine all ingredients into spray bottle and give it a good shake. Shake it
prior to each use because the oils will separate from the water.