The key to cleaning with confidence is building a “toolkit” of skills over time! If you have children at home, adding some age-appropriate skills to their kit will help you out at home and help them develop a deeper understanding of responsibility and ownership. Ahead, our A-Z roadmap of home basics to guide you and your little ones.
Your Kid-Approved Toolkit: Stain Removal Essentials Kit, All-Purpose Cleaning Concentrate, Kitchen Soap Bar, Storage Cube, Lint-Free Cleaning Cloth, Mesh Bag, Clothing & Upholstery Brush, Fabric Fresh Classic, Home Spray, Double Sorter and Triple Sorter
A is for appliances: Teach kids to recognize which appliances are for grownups to use and which are okay to touch with supervision! When they’re old enough, have them help you clean your kitchen appliances with this helpful guide.
B is for bathroom cleanup! Toddlers can rinse off toothpaste marks from the sink and put away bath time toys, while school age kids can polish mirrors with Glass & Mirror Cleaner and bring dirty towels and bathmats to the laundry room. Teens can tackle deep cleaning bathrooms with All-Purpose Bleach Alternative and All-Purpose Cleaning Concentrate.