If you can't fight it,flaunt it. Don't know how many cleaning challenged people exist in the world,but I am certain if there were a contest I would rank near the tippy top. Even while I am cleaning,I tend to mess up. I have an easy test for you. Hold up your hands in front of you with your fingers together-the side where you see the nails-now check to see if your four finger away from your thumb is taller than your second finger from the thumb..If it is not you have no excuse. If it is you tend to be an ideational type. If both fourth fingers are decidely longer and you are not a Virgo,Libra or Capricorn, chances are your mind is mostly on abstract thoughts and practical is not within your domain. Since most pet owners just want to protect their little ones as best they can, they are forced to learn to clean up better and provide a sanitary environment for their beloveds. In order to endure the taking of ones precious time away from the exciting and stimulating world of thoughts, I decided to finally focus on cleaning helps. I also began to find it stimulating to think about it because it introduced a whole new area to speculate on. I have read about microbes(|
Link for some discussion on microbes)..ie oil eating microbes that can clean contaminated land and then die after they run out of food,urine eating microbes that are used in removing cat urine odors,and then I started dreaming about some incredible microbiologist stumbling on microbes to clean counters,bathrooms,rugs,clothes,etc-I have read about a robot vacuum cleaner..but at least looking for nontoxic cleaning alternatives, has helped me remove the extra burden of worrying about my pets inhaling toxic fumes or licking off poisonous substances..It has provided me with an excellent motivator. Also I like the idea of so many of these tips as being versatile..As I said, I mess as I clean..so if I happen to leave some residue of baking soda on the counter, I already have a built in deodorizer working in my kitchen..if I leave the cap to the vinegar bottle off..I have a working deodorizer..if I spill the baking soda I sprinkled on my furniture on floor, I just have already started the deodorizing of the carpet.etc..I don't have to worry about mixing what with what ..less to keep on my mind..Also since I started using these tips I have been getting some amazing results and have grown a little paranoid..ie cleaning the toilet bowl..it seems to stay cleaner longer..or the porcelain in the sink..hope you become a scientist and use some of these tips on one side and the commercial version on the other..to see which keeps the surface cleaner for longer..Amazing..Also it is really still fun after all these years to see the chemical reactions of tarnish being lifted off silverware,or baking soda and vinegar bubbling etc.later....
could you say no couch to that face
do you think he would blink if your house was a mess?