Our grandparents have been teaching us the important things in life with love and conviction ever since we were little, so it's time to apply them and thank them for their help from our earliest years.
So let's start our house cleaning the way our elders did and with KINN Living in a few steps!
We spend a lot of time in our kitchens from a young age with our elders.
Cleaning the kitchen may seem like an ordinary task, but it is important to empty, sort, clean and tidy!
Here's a tip... put the things you use the least often up high!
Don't forget your hotplates, oven and sink with ECO glass and stainless steel cleaner!
So that everything shines and you can prepare meals with your grandparents and family.
Cleaning and descaling are on the menu! The arrival of autumn is the long-awaited time to replace and clean your bathroom in an environmentally friendly way!
The bathtub, the shower, the mirror all go through it in order to feel at home and welcome your family at best, it is always more pleasant to feel at home with the people you love.
Change and wash your towels to have a nice smell of Neroli always with you.
Go back to the bathroom or the laundry room to wash the sheets, what a pleasure to be able to fall asleep in clean sheets that smell like new!
Pick up anything that's lying around under your bed and vacuum and mop it up with KINN Living.
Don't forget any room and dust it off, following the example of your elders, they are always there to help you!
Sort, throw away, tidy and clean are the keywords. The living room and dining room are where we spend most of our time, and with the days of autumn it's time to start tidying up and cleaning up for the arrival of your guests and to feel at home!
Air out the rooms, wash your windows (and don't forget the frames) and let the new season come to you!
If you live in a house, the garden is an essential part of a big autumn clean-up! We've seen our grandfathers take care of it for years and now it's our turn.
Pull weeds, water, pick seasonal fruit from our garden, and you can always ask your elders for help with this task! What better way to bond and say thank you to our grandparents!
Originally written in French by Marie Rivière
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