**affiliate links to followCleaning it!
It’s true—before, I would clean the floor, but it was in such bad shape, it just seemed like wasted effort. I’d sweep, mop and come back in the room and feel like I hadn’t cleaned it all! I had a rug in there and I’d vacuum it, but—I’m talking about the wood floor; perimeter and the area on the kitchen side that was exposed. Just never felt clean to me.
I already have a Mr. Clean Micro-fiber Mop
that I used on my bathroom floor—I love that thing! But it needs a new mop pad—instead of buying one, the other day, I made this one! I just crocheted (single crochet; back loop, with worsted weight yarn) it the length I needed with enough to fold over the ends, stitched it closed on the sides and TA=DAH!
I’ll use it in the kitchen. The thing is it doesn’t take very much yarn. I can use up my leftovers to make more. One for the bathroom; and then maybe a couple for my girls—they’d love it!
For the floor, I just use a spray bottle and about
- 1/4 cup white vinegar
- 1 cup water
Spray the floor and mop it clean!
I like how it looks afterwards and I’m happy it not only looks clean; but have confidence it’s CLEAN when I come back in the room after FIVE MINUTES!
I bought my Mr. Clean Micro-fiber Mop at Dollar General but you can get yours at Amazon. ;)
Mr. Clean 446684 Microfiber Wet / Dry Mop
They also sell refills if you don't want to crochet your own!
I’ve been ::HOOKIN’ other little things as you can imagine; with the grandbabies on the
way! I’ll show you that later, LORD willing! What have you been HOOKIN’?
‘Til next time, Be Blessed~
“ Whatever you DO, do your work heartily as for the LORD, rather than for men, Knowing that from the LORD you will receive the reward of the inheritance. It is the LORD Christ whom you serve.” ~Colossians 3: 23-24