Just like in other aspects of life, escorts should apply practical wisdom in their homes by ensuring that their homes are completely clean and tidy.
The following are some home maintenance tidbits I have pulled together for escorts both single and married.
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Doing your daily chores in a practical order also saves time. First, make beds and clean the blinds (when needed), and then do your dusting. If you dust first, you may have to do it over again.As an escort, if you make beds thoroughly one day, tucking the sheets firmly under the mattress, you may have less to do the next day. Try it.
If you are a married escorts and there are children, particularly boys, in your home, you may find it wise to use the principle of “preventive maintenance” by training them in housework.
Do you have a schedule for certain tasks, and do you stick to it? It is practical to make a chart listing housekeeping chores and how frequently they should be done.
Then mark the date each time you do them. Included in such a schedule might be vacuuming your furniture and your rugs; dusting thoroughly; cleaning venetian blinds; scrubbing and polishing floors; cleaning windows, sink drains, drawers and closets, also cleaning the refrigerator; washing blankets and having drapes cleaned.
Doing all such chores systematically instead of haphazardly will save you both time and energy and keep your home always looking presentable.
The accumulated experience of millions of escort housewives has resulted in much practical wisdom. You can benefit from it. Here are a few ideas that other elite escorts have shared.
● Use a damp (not wet) cloth when dusting and so catch all the dust specks more easily.
● Do you have trouble with lint when washing windows? Wipe them dry with newspaper.
● Has someone’s carelessness caused white spots or rings on wood furniture? Get rid of them by rubbing oily nutmeats on them, or Vaseline or even toothpaste.
● Has a liquid been spilled on the rug, staining it? Immediately absorb all the moisture with a cloth or a blotter. If the stain is water soluble, clean with suds from a detergent; if it has an oil base, use some solvent, such as naphtha.
● Do you have spots on the walls? Sometimes just a soft art-gum or pencil eraser will do the job. If not, use hand soap and sponge; with one side of the sponge apply the soap; with the other side, rinse it off.
● After washing window frames and ledges, use a hard wax for a shiny finish. They will look nicer and stay clean longer.
● Use a vacuum-cleaner brush to clean venetian blinds and the inside of window screens. Afterward wash the brush with soap and water and let it dry before using it on drapes.
● Wash vinyl, formica and suchlike surfaces with hand soap and warm water, not very sudsy, and dry with a soft towel or cloth.
● Use a vacuum cleaner rather than a carpet sweeper on your rug; go over each portion of the rug again and again and again. Only in this way can you get up the sharp sand particles that rest at the bottom of the rug and that cut the pile when walked on.
● To keep any room smelling fresh, pour oil of peppermint on cotton and place it in a small jar or covered dish. Uncover it when needed.