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31-05-2015 10:21 #21
31-05-2015 11:06 #22
Yes please....haven't done it before tho
31-05-2015 14:07 #23
I'm sooooo in
31-05-2015 15:47 #24
Moving in November and I would prefer not to move crap from house to house!!
31-05-2015 16:50 #25
I'm in- first room is the lounge!
01-06-2015 09:05 #26Senior Member
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Count me in
01-06-2015 09:56 #27
im not sure what is involved with this challenge, but my bedroom needs a de clutter and I am joining. ready for instructions.. marie
01-06-2015 09:59 #28
About to start on the lounge now.
Here are my goals:
- move laundry basket onto bed (it will get done there)
- move ironing board, iron, etc into dining room (where it's supposed to be)
- clear coffee table
- clean coffee table, put cover on it
- pack up and put away H's old laptop
- pack up and put away all cables
- go through 'piles' on bookshelves (papers, magazines, etc everywhere)
- put H's papers on his chair and get him to sort before sitting down (haha!)
- chuck out rubbish, and recycling
- dust shelves
- sweep floor
- vacuum couch and chairs
And so I begin.
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01-06-2015 10:47 #29
Right - welcome to the "Spring Clean Your Home" Challenge.
I will be doing some of the same things as last time - and some different.
It was a bit hard/full on last time, so I will make the 'big jobs' a bit easier and more spread out ... and of course, anyone is free to do more or less and still post their photos, ideas and contributions here
01-06-2015 10:47 #30
Day 1 - a small de-clutter
1St June – A great way to start ... a small de-clutter.
Walk around the house and find 20 things that you don’t need, use or want to freecycle.
*google freecycle in your local area to give away unwanted items rather than send them to landfill.
The best way to stock your green cleaning kit is with an economy-size box of baking soda, a gallon jug of vinegar, and some basic table salt in as large a quantity as you can find. Baking soda is an excellent green cleaning product to use throughout your home, especially in the kitchen. It's also food-safe and has no odor. Baking soda is mildly abrasive, yet it can't harm your surfaces, whether they're linoleum or expensive imported Italian marble.
You may also want to keep lemons and lemon juice around for some of the tasks described below. Vinegar and lemon can often serve the same purpose, but lemon has a much nicer scent
First of all – PUT SOME MUSIC ON !!! Cleaning is always better with music.
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