How do you get a teenager to clean up? Teenager chores are different from kid’s housework, right? Or if a teenager’s dirty room doesn’t bother the teen, should it bother you?
We Ask a House Cleaner about cleaning motivation and cleaning hacks for teenager jobs and “to do’s”.
Angela Brown says kids cleaning the house is a good idea and trains them to keep up a dirty room. Kids clean when there is a rewards system. And there should be a kid cleaning routine that easy for them to do.
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How to teach kids to clean up after themselves or teach kids to “clean your room.” We Ask a House Cleaner tips for various learning styles.
Angela Brown, The House Cleaning Guru says you can teach kids to clean using visual, audible, and kinesthetic methods.
We learn about “My data vs. Your data”, ways to ask questions, have accountability, have a contest and a master inspector. It’s fun, it’s routine and it’s clean.
Today’s sponsors are Savvy Cleaner Training, My Cleaning Connection, and HouseCleaning360.