I have cleaning parties with my husband to get the house spotless, everyone should follow our lead – here’s what we do | The Sun

CLEANING can be such a dreary chore. 

It can be very difficult to keep on top of, especially when you have a busy lifestyle.

Unfortunately it must be done and ideally should be a shared responsibility. 

One couple has shared the method they use to keep on top of the cleaning. 

Shannon Detrick is a lifestyle influencer on Tiktok with over 280,000 followers.

Shannon opened up to viewers about her relationship, wedding journey and marriage, shared tips and relationship advice. 

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In a recent video she shares how her and her husband do weekly ‘cleaning parties' to share the workload and keep on top of the cleaning.

Shannon said: “My husband and I do something in our marriage called cleaning parties and here’s how it goes.”

Explaining the process she said: “Once a week we blast music and split up the workload to clean our house.”

We can all agree a little music while your cleaning really helps move things along. 

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Shannon said both her and her partner have work responsibilities. 

She said: “It’s no one person's responsibility to clean the house since we both work full time jobs.”

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Shannon concluded: “This works for us and helps us avoid unnecessary arguments.”

The video has now gone viral with over 1.5 million views.

Many viewers were impressed, some it seems were a little envious of the couple.

One commenter said: “lol… Me: Kitchen is done, I even mopped, where are you with the living room? Hubby: I picked up 2 pieces of trash and took a nap.” 

A second viewer commented: “Me and my hubby do this. Saturdays unless we have plans are our household cleaning day.”

Another commenter said: “The problem is finding a time where my husband and I have motivation at the same time.”

Some even suggested this method could work well with encouraging kids to help with the cleaning.

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