Garbage cans. We know they're dirty, germ-y pits of nastiness. We definitely wouldn't lick them, not even on a dare, but how often do we actually clean them?
Today's Ten Minute Tuesday challenge is to disinfect your garbage cans!
We have four garbage cans in our home- the big kitchen one, two in our bedroom, and one in the bathroom.
Your first step will be to grab your cans and get them in the same room.
It makes this process a little easier- might as well get them all done
at once! If you have a larger home with more garbage cans, you may want
to start with the more "popular" ones- kitchens and bathrooms.
First, take out the garbage.
Use another cloth and some clean water to rinse the extra soap off of
your cans, then let them dry for a little while (2 minutes will do).
orange peel cleaner- I mix it 1:1 with water and put it in a spray bottle. It smells great! Again, don't forget to spray any garbage can lids you may use.
I usually do this whenever I think of it, which is usually about four
times a year, and this is also great way to stop the spread of germs if
someone has been sick. I do wipe down the outsides and lids of my
garbage cans almost weekly, as well.
And voila! Another step in the quest for a happy, healthy household!