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    Vacuum every day and mop twice a week

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    when ever it needs it.
    Usually run around the 'main living area' (which is the kitchen) at teh end of each night with the dust fibre on the floorcleaner... then go over it with a wet fibre when it looks grotty. (maybe 1-2 times a week )...this has cut down a whole lot since the kids ALL started going to school, stopped spilling drinks, it is summer etc)
    I only have carpet in two bedrooms so, again - when it visually looks like it needs a vacuum - I probably should do it more often to get rid of dust mites though.

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    Baby cart -- You will LOVE the floorcleaner!!

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    the cleaner mops every monday and I mop every friday.

    Vacuum everyday.

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    Geez, I wish I had the time/energy of most of you! Ours get vacuumed once, maybe twice, a week and mopped maybe once a fortnight...

    I hate mopping. DF usually does the mopping. I work 10 hour days, 5 days a week. I used to be pedantic but now I choose to sit on the couch at the end of the day!

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    DH does the floors... I've used our vacuum cleaner once.

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    Vacuum once or twice a week and mop maybe once a fortnight, but it needs doing more often.

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    I vacuum everyday and mop every second day, we have inside pets and there is far to much animal hair every where otherwise

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    Our house is on the market at the moment so I'm having to vac & mop every night after putting the boys to bed. I am over it!!!
    I would normally do it once a week but it needs to sparkle while for sale

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    sweep many times a day, vacuum once a day and mop once a day. I have myself and 8 kids so my floors get very dirty fast. do i like doing it that much.....NO! i have no choice. cork floors feel disgusting when dirty. i also do bathrooms and washing daily but other household duties get done when i get time


 

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