Tips to keep your home clean when you have a baby

If you had been indifferent to the tidiness and cleanliness of the house, it should not be forgotten when you have a baby.

In order for your baby’s health to be undisturbed-so are you who, if you are sick, will be infectious to the child-surely you have to guarantee a house free of viruses and disease-causing bacteria. Make sure you do this at home when there is a new dweller in your house.

Just eat at the dinner table

Make rules to always use the table for family members who want to snack or eat. This is to prevent the fall of food crumbs to other areas. Food crumbs will invite ants and even cockroaches that cause the room at home infected with the disease.

Put shoes outdoors

Expensive – expensive your shoes, if it is already used outdoors, do not bring it into the house. Leave in the garage area, or if you are very afraid the shoe is missing, insert it immediately into a box or plastic bag, just keep it in the house.

Leaving shoes from outside into the house will make dust and dirt go inside.

Distinguish the trash

Do not compare all the trash-especially the ones in the nursery. Distinguish the dumpster for dry waste and wet trash. Because wet garbage tends to more quickly invite the emergence of fungi and bacteria.

Immediately dispose of your garbage outdoors after a few hours and keep baby out of the trash.

Clean the baby’s room

Before the baby settles in the room, make sure the condition of the room is clean of dust. Choose safe and toxin-free bed sheets and beds, and clean the floors, windows, and all corners of the walls for dust-free.

Open the room window to smooth the air circulation. Use light-colored wall paint, such as white, light blue, or light green to keep the room bright.

Tidy bookshelves

If you have not touched your book collection for a long time, you should keep the book in the closet so as not to cause dust buildup. Make sure the display shelf is also not too full of photo frames so you can easily clean it.

Prepare wet wipes in some rooms

For rooms, living rooms, and other spaces that you often use with babies, make it a habit to prepare wet wipes in the room. Point, if you see there are stains near you, you can immediately clean it with wet wipes.

How to Choose a Freestanding Bath: Your Top Questions Answered

If you’ve decided to get a freestanding bath for your bathroom – whether you’re remodeling or building from scratch – then you should be congratulated; the freestanding bath is guaranteed to give you a luxury bathing experience like no other. Not only does the freestanding bath give you the comfort of a wonderful bathing experience, you’ll be able to enjoy it with the feeling of spaciousness and relief all around you as well.

However, choosing the right freestanding bath is not always as easy as it seems; there are a few important facts to consider. Some of it depends on available space and location, some of it on personal preference regarding style, and some of it on the materials you select. Here’s how to choose a freestanding bath: your top questions answered.

Size first

When it comes to size, there are four important factors to take into consideration. Here’s the roundup:

Bathroom – make sure the freestanding bath fits into your bathroom. Hence, measure first to see what the maximum allowed dimensions are, and don’t forget to leave space for the area around the bath.

Family – The largest member of your family should fit into the tub comfortably; hence, don’t be afraid to physically get into several baths in showrooms, just to try them out.

Installation – You need to be able to bring the bath into the house. Does it fit through the doors, the windows, on the corners of the stairwell?

Cost – the bigger the tub, the more water it will require, hence the higher the operating costs.

The material matters

There are many materials available. To give you an idea, here are just some examples:

Acrylic – the most common material, and hence the most affordable one.

Cast iron – it’s heavy and sturdy, and gives a classical and elegant look.

Copper – easy to maintain and a very eye-catching feature.

Stone – it’s without a doubt a solid statement; but it’s heavy, so reinforce the floor.

Your personal preference

There are many kinds of shapes, lengths and widths, as well as contours and colours that could make a big difference regarding decor and style.

Beauty is in the eye of the beholder – it’s a cliché but the cliche persists for a reason. There are no rules when it comes to choosing the way you decorate your bathroom. Your aesthetic tastes are yours, and yours alone. However, it does pay to take a look around the bathroom and see which style would fit best (or contrast the existing decor the most) according to your specific needs. Take your time – freestanding baths are a good investment, and you want to be wise with your decision. It’s a change in lifestyle for the better, after all.

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