Spray a no-wipe cleaner on your shower walls every time you bathe.
Or, keep a handled sponge filled with half Dawn dishwashing liquid and half white vinegar and do a little scrubbing while you're waiting for the conditioner to set in your hair.
Use body wash or liquid shower gel, not soap. You'll get much less soap scum buildup in your tub.
Make a conscious effort to put something away every time you get up to go to a different part of your home.
Buy anti-microbial doormats.
If you have carpet, keep Stomp 'N Go pads for emergency stain removal.
Multitask during idle time.
Avoid dusting by walking around your house in "Swiffer Socks."
Use Press 'N Seal wrap to line the surfaces in your fridge.
Cleaning your microwave is (almost) as simple as turning it on.
While you're cooking, keep a plastic grocery bag on the counter.
Line your George Foreman grill with foil before cooking anything in it.
Eat food out of a tortilla to avoid having to wash your bowls.
Eat Chinese take-out without dirtying up a dish.
Use foil and cupcake liners to keep a muffin pan clean.
Keep coal in your fridge.
Invest in a colander pot.
Use a removable oven liner.
Clean a blender the easy way.
Cook the syrup INTO your pancakes.
Put your dishwasher to good use.
You can even put your disgusting, Cheeto-dust-crusted keyboard in the dishwasher.
Use dryer sheets to clean your blinds.
Get a self-cleaning litter box.
Vow to put away five things or do one task during each commercial break while watching TV.
Divide your home into zones and each night, clean a zone for 5 minutes.
Before you know you need to clean the house, watch an episode of Hoarders.
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