Save time, use a cleaning caddy

Staying organised when cleaning can cut down the time it takes to clean.

Using a caddy as you go from room to room prevents the annoying situation where you have to go back to the kitchen to fetch a cleaning tool or product.

My first cleaning caddy, still in use almost 10 years later.

My first cleaning caddy was a free bucket that was purchased with car cleaning products inside. Not so sure how “free” the bucket was, but it definitely paid for itself over the years that I have used it.

I use a caddy not because my current place is big, which it is, but because I don’t want to have to go back and forth for the cleaning products that I need. It saves time and it helps you feel less irritated.

This year I graduated from my “bucket caddy” to an actual cleaning caddy, in my favourite colour – blue.

In my caddy I have a micro-fibre cloth, dettol (because I am obsessed with using a disinfectant), a spray bottle with 50/50 water and vinegar, an all purpose cleaner, a small brush and pan, a jug for rinsing out the bath and a cleaning toothbrush just in case.

I am not a huge fan of cleaning at the best of times, but I have to do it as often as possible to minimise dust due to having asthma. Using the caddy speeds up the process.

Do you use a cleaning caddy? What do you have in yours?

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