Deep Cleaning during Covid

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BetteTheRed

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Well, by "make bed" it involves a duvet, although I also do a thin sheet/blanket layer. It's the dog blanket on top that I consider most urgent to get back on, as it protects everything from dirt, drool and hair (hound-husky cross).
 

KayTheCurler

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My little furball has a rooted dislike for jumping up. He won't jump on beds or laps. I'm not sure I understand it as he jumps with abandon on hikes.
 

BetteTheRed

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Neither critter is allowed in my room at night. Once door is opened (and blanket on), it's a sleeping surface.
 

KayTheCurler

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My little guy has two beds. His Daybed is in the living room and is dragged into the sunny patch as desired. His Nightbed is beside the main bed. I usually get up before my guy and the dog waits until he rises.
 

Waterfall

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Sounds like you're keeping busy with the housekeeping Kimmio. I do less of that, but I ALWAYS make my bed ... old habits die hard I guess. I just like having a tidy bed to climb into at night.
Me too, our house rule is, last one up makes the bed.
 

Carolla

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I thought of this thread today - as I was vacuuming out the oven! LOL - that's a first! My personal chef had a small potato explode in there last evening & I'm baking bread today - so a little clean up was needed! The little vacuum worked well for much of it, then a quick wipe & ready to pre-heat. I did notice it needs a better cleaning tho - so maybe after the bread is done it will go on self-clean.
 

KayTheCurler

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I convinced my son that he wanted to help clean out the bottom shelf in a hallway closet. It had boxes and crates of plastic containers suitable for dry items when camping and camping pots etc. . We no longer tent camp - much less canoe camp so some things could go! He dragged out everything and I grabbed the things I will still find useful for small trailer camping and picnics. He took almost everything else. WIN WIN.
 
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