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1. Make a cleaning tote to save time.
You’ll want to grab a couple of caddies and fill it with all of your favorite cleaning supplies. Place one in each room of your house. No more running all over to find the things that you need. Plus having everything in one place will save a ton of time. Cleaning wipes, disinfecting sprays and microfiber cloths are a just few items that I would recommend having on hand.
2. Use dryer sheets to dust and clean.
The anti-static chemicals in dryer sheets work wonderfully to repel dust. Grab a few sheets to dust your baseboards as well as your furniture to keep them dust free. They also work really well to clean your chrome faucets.