30-Day House Cleaning Challenge: Bedrooms

30-Day House Cleaning Challenge

Today was an easy and quick day in the 30-Day House Cleaning challenge over at Money Saving Mom: surface cleaning the bedrooms.

Day 3: The Bedrooms

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We have 3 bedrooms in our home, and luckily, it doesn’t take too long to clean them. I started by dusting all the dressers in each room and cleaning the mirrors on top of them. I use a homemade glass cleaner made with vinegar to clean my window and mirrors, and it always makes them shine nicely.

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Next, I vacuumed the floors in each room as well as the lampshades and the headboard in the master bedroom. It is an upholstered headboard, and it certainly does collect the dust!

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Part of my kids’ weekly chores is to pick up their rooms every morning and to make their beds, so everything was already put away in their rooms. I just had to pick up a magazine that was on my bedside table.

Well that was easy peasy! ย I hope tomorrow’s assignment is as quick ๐Ÿ™‚

10 thoughts on “30-Day House Cleaning Challenge: Bedrooms”

  1. Today I just worked on our master bedroom. I had some paper clutter and books that had built up in this room so I tackled the clutter along with the cleaning. All of your bedrooms looks very nice. Good job, Erin.

  2. That is a great idea to have your kids pick up their room each morning as part of a routine. I have a toddler now and his room gets pretty cluttered with toys and all the books he pulls off the shelves. ๐Ÿ™‚ I think I will start a quick pick-up as part of our morning routine. Thanks for the inspiration!

    Also, your bedrooms look fantastic!

    Denise ๐Ÿ™‚

    1. Thanks for stopping by Denise! My kids are now 7 and 4, and I started having them put their things away when they were very young. Now if I can get them to put stuff away without my asking, we’ll have it made ๐Ÿ˜‰

      Good luck to you!

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