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The most important rooms to clean are the child's bedroom, the kitchen and rooms in which the child plays. Clean up clutter Vacuum the floor and cloth-covered furniture and dust flat surfaces in the child's bedroom twice a week and in other rooms once a week Check for mold under and on back of toilet tank, on walls and in window tracks and How To Understand Compulsive Hoarding remove it with bleach solution. 

Assessment Check how often bedroom, kitchen, and other rooms used by How To Understand Compulsive Hoarding child are being vacuumed, mopped and dusted. Look at these rooms and see if there is visible dust, dirt, food debris or clutter. Look over bathroom and see if mold is present. Assess prior education received by client and client's knowledge. 

Educational Message Cleaning the house is an important way to help a child with asthma stay healthy. The goal of How To Understand Compulsive Hoarding cleaning is to reduce or eliminate asthma triggers in the home. Cleaning can reduce dust mite allergens, control mold and mildew, and eliminate roach and rodent attractions (such as food spills). 

All of these can trigger asthma in sensitive children (and adults) with asthma. The most How To Understand Compulsive Hoarding important rooms to clean are the child's bedroom, the kitchen and rooms in which the child plays. Get the child's bedroom really clean first. Once the first big cleaning is done, it's much easier to keep it clean with two quick cleaning sessions each week 

After getting the bedroom clean, move on to the room(s) where the child spends most of his/her time. Clean each of these rooms once a week. Have a plan of attack. Clean one room at a time, from left to right and top to bottom. Assign specific cleaning duties to How To Understand Compulsive Hoarding specific days of the week. 

Example: Bedrooms How To Understand Compulsive Hoarding  Mondays, Living room/Family room , Tuesdays, Washing (including bedding covers) , Saturdays, etc. Scheduling your housework helps to keep your job from becoming overwhelming. It also helps you to get things done regularly. Start with a clean slate. Get rid of everything you are not using, have never used, your family has outgrown, or that is broken or outdated. 

Eliminating a bunch of How To Understand Compulsive Hoarding stuff to clean around makes it a lot easier to keep things organized. Clean up clutter. Clutter in the home is a great hiding place for dusts and pests. Having lots of stuff around also makes it harder to clean the floor and other surfaces. Pick up and put away anything that is out of place on a daily basis. Do not wait for dishes, clothing, clutter, etc. to pile up.
 
Organize How To Understand Compulsive Hoarding everything from the kitchen to closets and other storage areas including your garage using baskets, and boxes, etc. Cut down on time spent picking up your stuff by having specific places to store it. Always vacuum or mop floors last. Dirt from whatever you are cleaning or dusting above will just settle onto the floor again. 

Keeping dirt out of the house makes keeping the inside clean easier: use How To Understand Compulsive Hoarding doormats and take off shoes when inside the house. Cleaning the child's bedroom: The top priorities are vacuuming or cleaning floors, vacuuming cloth-covered furniture and dusting. If carpet is present, remove it (check with landlord). 

If this is not possible, vacuum two times per week. If hard-surfaced floors are present, dust or mop weekly. If area rugs are How To Understand Compulsive Hoarding present, vacuum twice a week. Once every six months, take outside or to a place with a clean and hard How To Understand Compulsive Hoarding surface, vacuum on back, set the rug aside and vacuum up the dust, lay the rug down again and then vacuum the front. 

Repeat this: clean the back and front one more time each. If upholstered furniture is present, remove it. If this is not possible, vacuum twice a week, including removing cushions and vacuuming in cracks and crevices. Designate a How To Understand Compulsive Hoarding place where things should go and then pick up toys, clothes, books, etc. and place in designated space. 

Dust and wash surfaces such as window sills, baseboards dressers, tables using a damp cloth with warm, soapy water once a week or a cloth with micro-pockets which trap dust, such as a Pledge grab-it. If any mold or mildew is present, use bleach mixed in water (see below) to How To Understand Compulsive Hoarding remove. If child is sensitive to mites or pets, remove drapes if present. If this is not How To Understand Compulsive Hoarding possible, vacuum once per week using vacuum cleaner with attachment. 

Wipe down outside of air vents and registers. Cleaning the kitchen Clean off counters, sink and stove top using warm, soapy water. Wipe up any spills on the floor. Clean off cutting boards with hot, soapy water (in the dishwasher if one is available). Store all food in sealed How To Understand Compulsive Hoarding containers such as plastic or glass container with lids or plastic bags that seal tightly (such as ziploc® bags). 

Take out garbage daily. Sweep or vacuum and then mop floors and baseboards. Wash surfaces (cabinets doors, window sills, etc). Scrub sink. Wash top of refrigerator. Vacuum window sills using vacuum cleaner attachment. Move refrigerator and stove and clean floors and walls. Clean inside of How To Understand Compulsive Hoarding cabinets. 

Cleaning the How To Understand Compulsive Hoarding bathroom. Each week: Clean tile, tub, toilet and sink using baking soda and Murphy's oil soap®, baking soda or other mild soap. Check for mold under and on back of toilet tank, on walls and in window tracks. Vacuum or sweep, then mop floor. Wash shower curtains once a month in the washing machine. 

Cleaning the other How To Understand Compulsive Hoarding rooms (especially those where child spends the most time).Weekly: The top priorities are cleaning floors, vacuuming cloth-covered furniture and dusting. Floors: mop or dust hard surfaces or vacuum carpets and area rugs. Vacuum upholstered furniture, including removing cushions and vacuuming in cracks and crevices.

Dust and wash How To Understand Compulsive Hoarding surfaces such as window sills, baseboards dressers, tables using a damp cloth with warm, soapy water once a week or a cloth with micro-pockets which trap dust, such as a Pledge grab-it. . If any mildew is present, clean with bleach mixed in water (see below). Vacuum blinds or drapes using vacuum cleaner attachment. 

Dust and clean outside of air vents and registers. Monthly: Vacuum heavy drapes if unable to remove them. Sweep or vacuum and then mop baseboards. Cleaning How To Understand Compulsive Hoarding methods: mopping A sponge mop with a changeable head is easy to use.

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