As much as we love our furry friends, they are a huge source of mess.
Boy, is this one an issue for me! I have one white, long-haired very fluffy cat, another short-haired cat, AND a St Bernard.
I can lint brush like crazy, but some days I feel like a float in the pet hair parade! I’m constantly amazed that they both aren’t completely BALD they shed so much hair. Now, I’m not saying you should get rid of Fluffy or Fido. I’m just saying you want to minimize the mess. Regular grooming with something like this grooming glove and an excellent diet can help a lot with the shedding.
Keeping a towel or a long mat like this one, by the back door can help a lot with muddy paw prints.
And birds – just don’t. I have a pair of teeny little finches and while they’re darn cute, they are a ridiculous mess. Their idea of eating seems to be to stick their little beaks in the food bowl and flip out as much seed as they possibly can.I've discovered not one, but SEVEN different ways you can keep your house cleaner Click To Tweet
OK, so there you have it. If you are able to use even three of these strategies, it will create a noticeable difference. Or if you could implement five of them, you would be a rockstar in the clean house department. But if you could did ALL of them, I’ll bet you could eliminate 50% or more of your housework. Give it a shot for a week or two and come back and let me know if these tips help you.
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