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I’m all for green cleaning. Really.
Is it bad to admit, though, that my cheapness is more of a motivator than my sense of activism and earthiness?
Oh. It is bad to admit? OK. Then I’m not admitting anything.
I was just asking hypothetically.
One of the biggest draws of disposable cleaning products (wipes and paper towels) is that I can throw germs in the trash and never see them again. (Not that you can see germs, but in my imagination I can.)
Also, on my Bathroom Cleaning Chart for Kids, I make a BIG deal about using a new wipe on different parts of the bathroom. I can’t bear the thought of someone “cleaning” the sink and faucet with a rag that just cleaned the potty.
The potty used by . . . boys.
So here’s my new trick.
I used a permanent marker to label the microfiber cleaning cloths so ANYone (anyone who can read, at least) knows exactly where it’s okay to use that cloth.