MOMMY MOPS QUIZ:

WHAT IS YOUR CLEANING STYLE?

We’ve developed 5 cleaning profiles that describe your personal style of clean.

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Take the Mommy Mops Cleaning Style Quiz to find out.


We've created this handy little personality test to help you figure out your personal style of clean. 

True to form, we've kept it neat and efficient. That means it'll take you less than 3 minutes to finish. So? What are you waiting for? Let's do it!

Take the Mommy Mops Cleaning Style Quiz to find out.

Question 1 of 7.

How old are you?

19-24
25-29
30-34
35-39
40-44
45-49
50-54
55-59
60-64
65+
Question 2 of 7.

How would you best describe your personal style?

Preppy. I'm all cute golf skirts, khakis, button downs, and brand names
Professional. I'm rarely seen out of business or business casual attire.
Bohemian. I love flowy tops and dresses, eco-conscious options, and natural materials.
Casual / Athleisure. You'll find me in comfortable or athletic attire. Yes, leggings are pants, Susan!
Upscale Casual. I like brand name clothing, but I also like to be comfortable.
Trendy. I love to shop, so I stay on top of the fashion trends.
Edgy. I love black clothes, fashion, and to make a statement.
Urban. Streetwear is my jam.
Upscale / Total Fashionista. I'm fancy and I want you to know it.
Question 3 of 7.

Your biggest challenge when it comes to cleaning is:

Space constrictions. I've got too much stuff and not enough places to put it! That means it kind of ends up everywhere.
The cleaning schedule. I'm so busy that it's hard to find time to finish everything on my to-do list. I try to cram cleaning in, but it's lower on my list of things to do most days.
Organization. I've got enough space for everything, I just don't put it where it goes all the time... or most of the time... or, really ever. Maybe reorganizing will help!
I have no time. I'll start the laundry, but I'll forget about it before bed because something comes up. That means I'll have to wash the same load again tomorrow. Crap.
Overwhelm. I'll spend a whole day cleaning everything up. It'll stay perfect for a few days, but then it's a huge mess again. I don't know where to start that will have the most impact, and I never have the time to really finish.
The deep clean. I can keep most of the house pretty decent, but don't look at my baseboards, fridge, stove, or the tops of my picture frames.
My cleaning style is called "I have kids"... and a partner... and pets! Some days it just seems futile.
Question 4 of 7.

You consider the house clean if:

What does this even mean? It's either clean or it isn't. There's no grey area.
Things aren't sticky, stinky, or cluttered. Yep, that's clean enough for me.
The main areas are clean. I mean, I can hide the rest in the basement or drawers, right?
The main things are covered - dishes, floors, garbages, windows, and most stuff is put in its place.
Question 5 of 7.

When your house isn't clean, you feel:

Stressed out and ashamed. I can't believe I let it get like this.
Very anxious. It's like my mood is directly impacted by how cluttered or untidy my house is. I'll eventually get snappy at the kids or my husband if things aren't improved.
I mean, I don't feel amazing about it, but it'll get done eventually.
Like I'm about to be featured on that TV show about hoarders. I'm afraid to answer an unexpected knock on the door.
Question 6 of 7.

You think of your house as:

An achievement. That's why I want it to look as perfect as possible. Think #housegoals and great style.
Our own personal sanctuary. I don't care much about what others think of it, but I want it to be just right for my family.
Our cozy space. We live in it and make memories, so I'm not too upset if it's not always perfect.
An investment. I'm often updating and renovating to keep it marketable.
A reflection of who I am, and how well I'm managing my life. If it looks bad, people will definitely judge me.
Question 7 of 7.

What statement do you most agree with?

Things are clean when everything is in its place.
As long as the main rooms are tidy, you can deal with the other rooms later.
When the house is untidy, you're definitely in a bad mood.
When the house is untidy, you find your anxiety increases.

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