Too Busy to Clean?: Over 500 Tips & Techniques to Make Housecleaning Easier

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Storey Books, 1998 - House & Home - 153 pages
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Anyone who is short on time (or would just rather be doing something else) will love this revised and updated collection of shortcuts and tricks for making cleaning more tolerable and efficient. Author Patti Barrett buying, using, and storing housecleaning equipment; how to get organized using simple time management techniques; and how to establish daily, weekly, and annual cleaning routines. Illustrated throughout.

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This book is full of great cleaning ideas to make cleaning easier and less often. I love the index in the back of the book that makes finding the information quicker so this book can be referenced as needed. Read full review

Contents

Nobodys Perfect
1
Tools for Fighting
9
Get It Together Organizing Yourself
20
Copyright

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About the author (1998)

Author Patti Barrett is stress-free as she gardens and cleans at home in Great Barrington, Massachusetts. Her dwelling encounters much traffic--she lives with her husband, two daughters, one dog and four cats--and yet she keeps realistic standards and practices her own easy tips found in Too Busy to Clean? She effectively devotes minimal time and effort to the maintanence of her house. Patti is also a freelance writer and enjoys gardening.

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