Once you have kids, the battle to keep your house clean will be one you are constantly fighting. There is a reason the joke “This is why we can’t have nice things” is commonly said after you become a parent. We love our little darlings, but we don’t have to love their common kid messes!
Spills and stains are now just a part of life. And that is why we all should thank the creators of YouTube because it can be a great resource when it comes to quickly finding remedies for all your cleaning challenges.
Here are 5 YouTube videos that tackle common kid messes.
How to Remove Marks From Your Walls
Your little artists have probably used the walls in your house as their canvas. If they haven’t yet, it is probably just a matter of time. This video will show you how to get marks from crayon, markers (including permanent), colored pencil, pen, and regular pencil off of your wall.
It uses 3 common cleaners most people will probably already have in their stash of cleaning supplies.
How to Remove A Juice Stain From Your Carpet
You watch your child carry an open cup of juice onto the carpet and all you can do is cringe as the juice sloshes out the side. Or the dog comes along and tips over a discarded cup that still has juice left in the bottom. Or the sippy cup that was never supposed to leak, decides to. This video will show you how to get those tricky juice stains from your carpet.
Whether it is from milk, formula, spit-up, pureed food, or a major blow-out, it is very common for baby clothes to acquire stains. It is not uncommon for babies to need multiple outfit changes each day. Maybe you are currently battling this problem, or maybe you have bins of baby clothes you would like to donate, but want to get the stains out first. This video will take you through the steps to remove those pesky stains.
Truth be told, I can’t just blame my kids for this one. I have accidentally tipped over my nail polish on more than one occasion. This video will show you what to do to treat this type of stain.
How to Remove Grass Stains
If you have ever let your kids run around outside for just a few minutes before it is time to leave for a special occasion, then it is Murphy’s Law they will come back in the house with grass stains on their pants. I know that has happened to me on more than one occasion.
This video will help you get out the grass stains kids acquire in their daily childhood activities.
YouTube is a treasure trove of cleaning videos. I hope these videos (and others like them) will be helpful as you tackle your next cleaning challenge. Because we all know it’s bound to happen sooner or later!