How to Deal With Children’s Mess

How to Deal With Children’s Mess

It’s never easy to deal with children’s mess. It’s even more difficult if you are working parents. We thought you would appreciate more free time to spend with your children so we gathered a few ideas about how to deal with the mess.

Permanent maker damage: It’s every parents’ nightmare. You children can suddenly feel inspired and use your walls as a canvas. In this case, simply grab white toothpaste and squeeze it out all over the marks. Let it sit for at least 15 minutes and wipe away with a damp cloth. It may have a happy ending but still, we recommend buying them a real canvas made of paper.

Glitter: Craft time is fun, craft time is creative and good for your children but it may not always be good for your house. Once they lay hands on glitter they might turn into pop video directors. When they start throwing handfuls of glitter at each other don’t have a heart attack, join them instead. Because the cleaning part will also be fun. When you are done with glitter, grab playdough and make a few big balls of play dough. Roll it around to pick up the mess.

Playdough is your saviour when it comes to clean glitter.

Toys: Your toddler’s toys should be cleaned regularly because they are always around, on the floor and even sometimes under your shoes. To keep your children away from germs wash their plastic toys in the dishwasher. If you are planning to wash legos fill a fabric bag with them and wash them in a dishwasher as well. For stuffed animals, you can wash them in the washing machine. You should make this a habit as stuffed animals are a great place for mites and dust to hide.

You can wash your children stuffed animals in the washing machine.

Laundry basket: If you don’t wish to see clothes lying everywhere in your children’s room then your wish has been granted. For them, there is always something more important to do or they think it’s already clutter-free when it comes to decluttering their room. Whichever the case you can eliminate the level of clutter simply putting a dirty laundry basket in their room. At least they can start by throwing their dirty clothes in the basket instead of the floor.

You can place a few baskets in your children’s room to decrease the clutter.

Why don’t you focus on the time you could spend with your children and let us do the rest. Justmop offers a wide range of cleaning sessions. Visit the Justmop website now and pick the one suits you better. Book one now!

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