I vacuum generally everyday (unless i'm having a slack day) and mop twice a week.
Our house is full of tiles and with a messy cook and a boy who's aim in the toilet bowl is terrible it could do with mopping everyday. However I don't have the time or the energy to do that!
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17-03-2012 17:27 #53Senior Member
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Every day. Every morning and late afternoon I vacuum and sweep the floor. I mop the floor once everyone is in bed.
17-03-2012 18:17 #54
17-03-2012 18:43 #55
I use the dustpan around the table after most meals (and invariably a spot clean here and there). A 'quick vacuum' most days if my hair has accumulated in the corners, a full vacuum every week, and I use the microfiber sweeper thingy about every week or two, but honestly, I don't know how we manage it with a preschooler and a toddler, but the floors just always appear clean, even if they're not... We must have magic tiles and carpet.
18-03-2012 14:27 #56
Vacuum a few days a week. Mopping - well I just did first mop in 4 years.
18-03-2012 16:27 #57
DH vacuums once a week and we have only mopped a few times this year.
18-03-2012 16:48 #58
I sweep/dry microfibre/then wet microfibre all tiled areas (most of house) every day, and vacuum living area (and bedrooms) 2 -3 times a week.
I'm curious - the people who vacuum everyday - is that tiled floors, or carpets?
I only ever vacuum carpets, my tiles I like microfibre sweeping
18-03-2012 16:55 #59Senior Member
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18-03-2012 17:19 #60-
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I dust, vacuum and mop once a week.
Am sooooo thinking of saving up for a RoboKing vacuum cleaner :P
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