Watch This: 10 Common Cleaning Mistakes That Can Cost You

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You might not think that cleaning your home is very serious business. But if you do it wrong, you will waste time or risk damaging your possessions, says cleaning expert Melissa Maker, author of “Clean My Space: The Secret to Cleaning Better, Faster, and Loving Your Home Every Day.”

Common cleaning mistakes include using too much cleaning product and wiping surfaces in a circular buffing motion, for example.

Watch this video from Clean My Space, Maker’s YouTube channel, to learn more cleaning mistakes that you likely make and what to do instead:

For smart cleaning tips, check out “13 Housecleaning Hacks That Save You Time and Money.”

Have you made any of these cleaning mistakes? Do you have tips for cutting your cleaning time? Share by commenting below or on the Money Talks News Facebook page.

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