Add Zing to Spring Cleaning

Spring kicks off baseball season, warm weather and... spring cleaning. Dan Barrows of The Cleaning Authority in Bridgeville used this time to share a few tips with Pittsburgh Tribune-Review to make this annual task less daunting. Dan suggested listening to your favorite tunes, think of it as exercise, or turning it into a game for your kids. “You can send the kids on a treasure hunt, such as seeing how many things they can pick up around their room in a set amount of time. The winner gets a small prize,” he says. To read the full article, click on the image below.

Add Zing to Spring Cleaning

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