One mother has revealed what happens when you take your eye off one child to help home school the other after her youngest child took a permanent marker to her brand new sofa which left her fighting back tears.
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Mum Annagene Mcguigan suffered the worst cleaning disaster of all when your young child scribbled all over her new sofa with a permanent markerCredit: Facebook
The desperate mother, Annagene Mcguigan took to Facebook in a bid to seek guidance on how to best approach the gargantuan cleaning task she had ahead of her, and also pay homage to the reality of full time parenting.
The cushions were also completely coveredCredit: Facebook But with this £2.99 cleaning spay and a lot of scrubbing she was able to remove almost all of the marksCredit: Facebook The carpet cleaner is ideal for removing tough stains1001 Trouble Shooter Ultra, £2,99 from The Range – buy here
In her post in the Hinch Army Cleaning Tips Facebook group, Annagene wrote: “So this happened Yesterday whilst I was homeschooling my eldest. I did nearly Cry! I only bought my new sofa at Christmas.”
In the comments, Annagene detailed her cleaning method and revealed that she’d used hot water and a minky scrubber to attack the marks, along with the 1001 troubleshooter ultra carpet cleaning spray, and the results were amazing.
Fellow Hinchers were just as amazed by the results with many praising the mum’s efforts in removing the troublesome stains.
Meanwhile, another mum shared her own disastrous story and said: “Omg that’s come up amazing. My 1 year old got hold of a red crayon yesterday and drew all over my balcony door. Elbow grease got most of it off but still a little visible. Buggers ain’t they lol.”
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And with the recent lockdown, many families are now with each other full-time.
Thankfully in self-isolation lockdown, celebrities are doing their bit to educate the children of Brits during this uncertain time by holding virtual classes on staple subjects, including science, maths, english, PE, dance and food tech.
With the pandemic estimated to continue until at least June, it could be many months before pupils find themselves back in a classroom.
Meanwhile, people are making dough for bread, bagels and pizza from home and you only need two ingredients.