How to maintain your House Clean During Pregnancy

 

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Leaving your windows open helps ventilate your whole home. And if you’re cleaning a windowless bathroom, for example, keeping the door ajar helps dissipate fumes (even if. For instance, baking soda can clean your bathtubs and ovens, while a solution of vinegar and water can work wonders on countertops and glass.

Stay Away From Kitty Litter Most doctors advise pregnant women to not change cat litter. Cleaning is a good aerobic workout so don’t shy away from it unless the doctor has you on restricted physical activity; the exercise is good for baby too and keeps your stomach and back muscles. You should avoid climbing, stretching and bending while you are pregnant but you can’t wait for 9 months to dust your house. You have two options; either you are going to book a cleaning session and let the professionals fight against the darkness or. To keep things tidy: When you get off the couch to go to the bathroom, take the plates or cups out of the living room. Put everything in the dishwasher (even things you wouldn’t normally put in there!) and run it often.

Wipe the kitchen/bathroom counters daily. Certain tasks such as removing kitty litter and other chores that involve pet waste or that pose risk to the unborn fetus should be avoided completely by the pregnant woman. Other members of the household should take care of these chores.

While cleaning the pregnant woman should make sure to take frequent breaks so not to stress her body. Wear a mask and rubber gloves to keep cleaning products off your hands. Keep the room where you’re working well ventilated. If there’s not a window in the room (like in some bathrooms) turn on a. Mixing equal parts white vinegar and water is a good option.

Don’t lift: If you wonder how to clean when pregnant seeing your dusty furniture, it is better to stop thinking. Avoid lifting any heavy objects during pregnancy as this is risky. Don’t lift furniture or even a full bucket of water. First, remind yourself and your spouse that the current state of your household is a consequence of having more important matters to attend to.

Cleaning and scrubbing can wait for tomorrow, For babies grow up, I’ve learned, to my sorrow. So quiet down, cobwebs. How to Keep Your House Clean While Pregnant Avoid Fumes. Harsh, abrasive chemicals may need to be nixed if you haven’t already.

1  Try your hand at some green Keep Away From the Kitty Litter. The one chore that you do need to nix is the kitty litter. The reason being is that cat Watch Your.

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by Matthew M. F. Miller, Sharon Perkins
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You don’t have time to clean every part of the house every day, so ask your partner point-blank what tasks are most important to her, and then carry out her requests word for word — even if they seem irrational.

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Tidy up your home so your partner and the midwife can move about during labor without having to navigate around messes and clutter.

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Put away the dishes and clear the trash and the compost bins in early labor.

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Keep a small bag of overnight clothes and toiletries or medication there as well.

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Stock up on essentials before the birth, like loo roll and toiletries.

“The Positive Birth Book: A new approach to pregnancy, birth and the early weeks” by Milli Hill
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Clean your home at least once a week.

“Mayo Clinic A to Z Health Guide: Everything You Need to Know About Signs, Symptoms, Diagnosis, Treatment and Prevention” by The Mayo Clinic
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Periodic house cleaning will get rid of the clutter and make the workplace clean.

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• Keep your home clean.

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Have regular cleaning schedules 2.

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  • A shortcut my grandmother taught me….use a toilet brush to wash out the bathtub after you bathe. It’s got a long handle to reach.

  • In portugal they say cleaning windows or squatting for something (like cleaning the oven or whatever) helps with pelvis and having “a small hour”

  • oh man, I was so tired and sick that I hardly did any cleaning. the dishes built up until the smell made me puke, sometimes I was able to convince my husband to wash them for me. I ended up getting put on bed rest after I quit my job so I didn’t get to nest. I had severe complications and now, a year later I still don’t have a lot of energy, I tend to over do it frequently trying to keep up with house work and two one-year-olds. I would love if you could do a video with tips for people who have to pace themselves while cleaning, it would be so helpful.

  • My depression really became bad when I was pregnant, I couldn’t “nest” because I suffered with hg throughout my pregnancy and I’m still trying to sort my house and my son is 2 now. My house makes me so stressed!

  • Yes, please ladies get help when you need it. I had to go to a Chiropractor because my hips we’re hurting me so bad because I was liffting things and carrying thing I wasn’t supposed to lesson learned. ASK FOR HELP

  • I bought your double microfiber kit and i really want to use them but they stick to my hands like no other. How does anyone use them without gloves?

  • It’s actually important that when you are pregnant and have animals, make sure you take them to the vet and make sure they are dewormed and up to date on vaccines. Also, have someone else clean the litter box, if possible, as there is a potential for getting toxoplasmosis, more info here: https://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/toxoplasmosis/symptoms-causes/syc-20356249

  • Honey I have a worse home and don’t suffer from depression. I’m just too damn busy with work. I don’t have so much clutter than I do dust! And dirt! And dog dander and hair! I have 2 days off. 1 day to recover from physical work and 1 day to clean and get ready for the next week. Not enough time.