Wednesday, June 5, 2013

Organizing Cleaning Materials

If everything is kept organize, it will be easier for you to work and you won’t waste time looking for something when you need it. This is so true, but there were times that I just put things on the wrong place especially if I have to run for my daughter. The good thing is we are living in the first floor in the apartment complex we live in. But if you are living in a two- or three-storey house, or should I say in the 2nd or in the higher floors of an apartment complex, it might be worth if you have these important things on every floor such as vacuum cleaners (or put it in the floor where you gonna used it often so that you can have them on the same floor whenever you want to use it, unless if you will going get it when your child is sleeping, the con is --- it would take more effort and time for you.

Also, it is good if all cleaning equipment and supplies in or near the bathroom, and it should be cleaned and dry as possible, so it is ready for the next use. Be sure that any enclosure where cleaning materials are stored has ventilation holes in the door to allow volatile materials to evaporate from cloths, sponges, and mops. Hang them to prevent premature wear, molds and deformation that result in loss of usefulness.




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