Great Investments To Make Your Home Lower Maintenance

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Do you ever wish someone would just sneak an extra four hours into the day? Of course you do, you’re a Mom! Even the best of us struggle to keep on top of the quotidian challenges that make up day-to-day life for us busy parents. And every now and then (whether we’re racing out the door to dash to work with a piece of cold toast between our teeth, or swiping aside dust bunnies while collecting discarded children’s toy) we wonder if we could do more to help ourselves.

Of course, if you’re lucky enough to have a co-parent, you can rely on them to lend a helping hand around the home (and if they don’t volunteer, they really ought to). But there are many Moms out there who have to fly solo. And many who are also juggling their duties as a parent with their jobs and careers.  

For these busy Moms there are never enough hours in the day. And for those precious few that they get to themselves, it’d be nice to be doing anything other than cleaning. But keeping your home clean has to be a full-time job, right? Wrong!

Here are a few investments you can make around the home which can make it lower maintenance so you can spend less time cleaning and more time on what really matters…

Hardwood floors

Carpets feel great underfoot, sure. But all it takes is one spilled blackcurrant juice, messy dog or (Heaven forbid) spilled glass of red wine to ruin your day. Investing in Millennium Hardwood Flooring can make your life a whole lot easier. It wipes clean easily.

It is virtually impervious to scuffs and scratches from pets’ claws. And even dropped toys and other paraphernalia are no match for it. Heck, if you get sick of the color, you can even sand it down and varnish it again. 

Clever storage solutions

Clutter is the enemy of the clean, tidy home. Which is why you should make tackling it a high priority. And the good news is that you don’t necessarily have to spend a fortune to do it. There are all kinds of clever storage solutions that allow you to double up on storage without sacrificing all your usable space. A storage ottoman that doubles as a bench or footstool for instance. And there are all kinds of kitchen storage solutions that can increase your usable cupboard space so that your worktops aren’t cluttered with pots, pans and plates. 

Use this DIY solution to repel dust

This last one involves hardly any expenditure at all. But it’s a great way to repel dust around your home so that you’re not forever wiping down your surfaces because they’ve picked up an unsightly sheen of dust. It doesn’t even require a huge investment of your time. Apply this combination of fabric softener and water to surfaces and watch those dust motes dance away from them. 

Life really is too short to spend your says chasing dust bunnies and tripping over clutter. Especially when a few carefully chosen investments can help you to live a much easier and more carefree life!

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