Here is how I did the last week. Forgive my pictures… they are terrible.
In my defense, I think it’s a small miracle that I could even take A picture or get A description written in between feedings! :)
After we cleaned all one bajillion of these toys, I took advantage of some nice weather and tried to get them a little more organized for tagging. First I had to spread them all out and this is what that looked like…
And these are just the smaller toys.
All the “big” toys like ride ons, sit and spins, etc are still in the shed waiting to be cleaned.
At least I’m making progress… and doing it all with a three week old! Go me!
My mother-in-law was in town for about a week to help with the new baby and I actually put her to work cleaning toys for the fall consignment sale. Ha ha, and I do mean WORK! We had a marathon cleaning run and worked through about an entire garage full of industrial sized garbage sacks full of toys?!
I’ll take a picture of my garage and post that later, but I thought I’d share with you the essential “must have tools” that helped us whip through all of the toys quickly and get them looking brand new again.
Toy Cleaning Supply List
Hot Soapy Water
Lots of Baby Wipes
That’s all you need. But you do need ALL of it to make life simpler! If you have any other helpful cleaning tool suggestions leave a comment, I’d love to hear.