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Do you have a toddler at home? If you said yes, then you know that keeping your house clean seems just about impossible at times. No sooner do you clean an entire room before the little one has toys, clothes and anything else they can get their hands on strewn all around and you are back to square one. Every room has its own set of problems with kitchen and bathroom being the worst. In the kitchen, it seems like you are picking food off the floor non-stop or wiping up spills from their latest drink. The bathroom can be a place of nightmares for a mom of a toddler. There is just so much stuff kids can do in there.
If you find yourself in a cleaning paradox, you will appreciate this little gem I put together to help keep your bathroom clean and your sanity in check. Here is your
Guide for Cleaning a Little Kid’s Bathroom
Store bath/shower/hair products in a caddy. Little hands love to grab what they can reach. If you have shampoo bottles lining the sides of the tub, chances are, your toddler is going to grab them and run or just knock them down. Prevent this by keeping your products stored in a caddy away from their reach.
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Wipe the toilet seat daily and keep some cleaning wipes handy to clean the toilet seat down daily. This is especially true if you have boys or you are potty training your toddler. Spills happen, but if you can stay on top of them, they are easy to clean. Also be sure to keep the toilet lid down when not in use, no one wants to fish a toy out of the toilet.
Store cleaning products in a cabinet with a child lock on it. This may be a given, but this encompasses more than just the chemicals. You know that toilet bowl brush that for some reason seems to attract little ones? Store that in there too. If there is nothing out in the open for them to grab, you have nothing to worry about.
Don’t go overboard with bath toys. Sure bath toys are adorable, but kids can only play with one toy at a time. Think about cutting down on the number of toys you keep in your bathroom to avoid the clutter.
Raise your toilet paper. Depending on the size and layout of your bathroom, you might consider raising your toilet paper holder or finding another way to keep toilet paper out of the reach of little ones. I know many people who have discovered a house full of unrolled toilet paper after their little ones realize how fun it can be to run around with a roll.
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Do you have a toddler at home? What is your best secret for keeping the bathroom messes to a minimum?