How to Keep Your Floor Clean as A Nursing Mother

How to Keep Your Floor Clean as A Nursing Mother 

From research, it's discovered that one of nursing mothers' struggles is keeping the floors clean in this stage of life with little kids. There seems to constantly be something on the floor that doesn’t belong there. Crumbs make their way all over the house, there are grass clippings, bits of note paper, toys, shoes, clothing, and basically everything you could imagine. And it can be a challenge to keep an eye on top of it all. As a nursing mother, there could have been times when you have wanted to just give up and accept the fact that you’re going to have sticky, gross floors for the foreseeable future.

Not to worry, here are some certain hacks that really do make it possible to keep your floors clean with little kids. Most of them are very simple and straightforward. As with most things, it can take time to get into the swing of new habits, but once you’ve established them, it’ll really pay off!

Limit Food to Certain Areas

This is something you'll have to do and have a fairly strict rule about from the get-go. As a mother, you shouldn’t allow your kids walk around snacking all day long. And if it is meal time, they need to be sitting at the dining room table. If you’re sick of cleaning up an excess of crumbs and food off of the floor of your house, try limiting “eating spots” for your kids. For the most part, children should only be allowed to consume food at the dining room table.

Exceptions however could be during movie nights or special occasions where they eat in the living room. This will definitely help to keep the food mess contained, although they do somehow still manage to get crumbs in places you would hardly believe.

Ban Shoes Inside

In New Zealand, it is common curtsey to remove your shoes when you enter someone’s home. I understand that it is a foreign concept in other countries, but  honestly, it does make a big difference when it comes to keeping your floors clean. If your floors are cold, encourage your children to wear socks or slippers indoors. By banning shoes inside, you’re going to cut down on all the dirt that will potentially be spread across your floors.

Clean your Floor Regularly and Mop at Least Once a Week

Food on floors just means that they need cleaning and mopping more often. Period. A lot of people don’t love mopping, but it is a necessary evil while the children are young and dropping stuff on the floor constantly. We'll reveal one way to ease yourself of the stress of cleaning and mopping your floor as the next hack.

Buy an Everybot Three Spin Robot Mop (How to Keep Your Floor Clean as A Nursing Mother)

Robot mops were once considered real luxury items but you can actually get your hands on our Everybot Three Spin Robot Mop for a affordable price. And they’re good at what they do! When you get one, the upheaval task of cleaning and mopping your floor comes to an end. You can set it to run when you’re either out of the home or at night while you’re sleeping. For more information about Everybot robot mop, visit our website now at

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