Susan here to get you inspired to spring clean. My daughters, Julia and Sophia, along with my niece Olivia, helped me make a quick video to give you ideas for putting a little fun into spring cleaning. This post is part of a sponsored campaign but as always my opinions are my own.
There’s a lot of cleaning in motherhood.
And when spring comes, there’s even more!
So to get myself motivated for spring cleaning, I have a few little tricks…
Put Stretch to the Test on your Spring Cleaning Mess
Spring cleaning is all about getting into those tough spots where dirt has built up all year. It’s the perfect time to grab your Viva® Vantage* Towels and put their stretch to the test.
Cleaning Checklist and Recipes
Using a printed checklist while you clean helps you stay on task and keeps you motivated as you tick off your completed jobs. With your kids, you can take some simpler items from the checklist and make chore sticks. My girls loved making their own chore sticks and then being able to move them from the “To Do” jar into the “Done” jar.
Making your own cleaning supplies is not only a great way to save money but it’s an easy activity to do with your kids.
Cleaning may not be your idea of a fun time, but by using the tips and tricks we shared in the video above, you can inject some fun into your spring chores.
Try It Yourself
When you’re spring cleaning, test the stretch for yourself.
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Disclosure: This post is sponsored.
Written by Susan Carraretto, co-founder of 5 Minutes for Mom
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More Printable CheckLists
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