Some tips on housework

Housework requires not only time but the right equipment and proper techniques. Here are several books, calendars, and pamphlets that might help make cleaning easier and more efficient:

Is There Life After Housework? and Do I Dust or Vacuum First? by Don Aslett. Cincinnati: Writer's Digest Books, $6.95 each.

401 Ways to Get Your Kids to Work at Home, by Bonnie Runyan McCullough and Susan Walker Monson. New York: St. Martin's Press, $6.95.

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The 1984 Nitty-Gritty Bare Bones Method of Housekeeping Calendar: Conquering Disorganization. Available at some B. Dalton Booksellers or from TAM Associates, PO Box 285, Oak Park, Ill. 60303. $5.95, plus $1 shipping and handling.

The Children's Organizer: A Calendar System of Daily Tasks for Children, by Toni Pighetti. Available at some B. Dalton Booksellers or from TAM Associates, PO Box 285, Oak Park, Ill. 60303. $9.95, plus $1 shipping and handling.

Laundry Tips for Kids. Available free from Appliance Information Service, Whirlpool Corporation, Administrative Center, Benton Harbor, Mich. 49022. Allow four to six weeks for requests to be filled.

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