New Mums – Here’s a Survival Cleaning Kit
It takes a lot to keep your home clean, and it can get chaotic if you don’t have a one-stop-shop for all your cleaning needs. Household cleaning can seem like an even more daunting task when you factor in a new baby into the picture, which is why we’ve put together a checklist for you - a “new mum survival kit” for your home.
Here are the products that make up our new mum survival kit and that should be in every home’s cleaning cupboard.
Antibacterial Disinfectant Liquid
Prepping food, and cleaning after your baby is bound to get messy. There’s no need to rely on multiple products to clean the various surfaces of your home when all you need is one. Check out Dettol Antibacterial Disinfectant for a versatile cleaning solution that doesn’t leave behind harsh and potentially harmful chemicals.
Of course, you have to keep yourself clean, too. When you’re on the go, you might need something else to keep germs at bay, like Dettol Hand Sanitiser. Perfect when you and your family are out and about!
Go green when you’re wiping up messes by swapping out paper towels for a set of washable, micro-fiber cloths that can simply be tossed in with the wash and be reused. Being a mom can be a messy business, and these cloths can save you from going through paper towels at a dizzying rate.
Essential for keeping a home not just tidy, but also virtually germ-free, Dettol Antibacterial Wet Wipes are a staple of the new mum survival kit. Whether it’s a surface that needs wiping down, or little, sticky fingers after mealtime, these fuss-free sheets will be a staple in keeping you and your family clean and safe. They kill 99.9% of viruses and bacteria, making it a must for all kitchens, bathrooms, and playrooms.
Being prepared to help keep your new baby’s home safe and clean is as simple as having this new mum survival kit ready and waiting to be put to use. Put together your kit today so that you’re ready to tackle any situation.
For more information on how you can keep the rest of your home clean – while your baby grows up – click here.