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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 12-21-2013, 03:08 PM Thread Starter
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Lazy cleaning ideas!

I was vacuuming and the tread about building a dog room and the dusting of trophies, etc., came to mind! I usually look for easy/quick ways to clean, like most of us! Don't forget about all those lovely attachments on your vacuum! The soft brush one is great for dusting trophies and nic knacks! Also if your kids or you are making glitter projects, run the brush over the table when you're done! What other easy and quick ideas do you have?
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For light cleaning of the dog's bed, I vacuum it first with the attachment, and then after I am done with moping the floor with the swiffer -I remove the wet cloth and use the inside since it clean to lightly rub it over the dog's bed - it picks up the dirt and leaves it smelling nice.

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I vacuumed my laptops keyboard the other night and the windows key was not happy....messed up the whole keyboard, and I had to do a restore because windows broke too.
I know better, but sometimes my cleaning gets out of hand.

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I use an ultimate fuzzy duster - we don't have air conditioning so every room has a ceiling fan, 2 in the kitchen. THE ULTIMATE FUZZY DUSTER in North Vancouver, BC @ ShopNorthVancouver.com

Then, because all main house floors except the kitchen are laminate or hardwood, I just vacuum and use a floor cleaner and micro fiber mop. I have white/vanilla painted cupboards and white linoleum so I use oxi-clean for mopping the kitchen and wiping the cupboards. For the most part I can just damp dust the vanities etc., but once in a while I have to break out the polish and do a decent job
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