What’s a Crumb, da-dum-dumdah? Find out!
Don’t tell anyone, but I am not super-keen on cleaning.
Since I don’t have the clean gene, I have to be vigilant about cleaning our home, and I even set reminders on my cell phone to do certain deep-cleaning tasks every week!
Yesterday, while I was feeding Kara, I noticed a few areas on her high chair that have been accumulating crumbs for what looks like, oh, I don’t know… six months?
I have NO IDEA how I missed those crevices on the arms of her high chair, but wow, it was like an entire city of grime had erected itself.
Saying that Kara is a messy eater would be an understatement. She is like a food tornado in her high chair at times! T
he Clorox Ick-tionary has a word for the crumb scene I encountered, it’s: Crumb, da-dum-dumdah(pronounced: kruhm da-dum-dumdah,) and defined as: Mystery crumbs or dirt discovered in a hidden place on your counter (or, your toddler’s high chair!) This fun and funny word comes from their Clorox Ick-tionary (the wiki for icky!)
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Of course, to solve the mess, I turned to one of my favorite cleaning products, Clorox Disinfecting Wipes. As the parent of two toddlers, I buy these things in bulk. No, seriously, right now I have about six containers of Clorox Disinfecting Wipes!
I find that these wipes make cleanup a breeze, and they worked great to dislodge crumbs, clean, and disinfect all the nooks and crannies in Kara’s high chair.
They also work great on the counter, where crumbs are just as likely to accumulate. I love the way Clorox Disinfecting Wipes make my kitchen smell, and I love knowing that I am killing so many germs and bacteria when I use them!
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