Cleaning Your Home - Cleaning Tips, Organize Your Home, Get Rid Of Clutter, Housekeeping, Spring Cleaning, Car Cleaning, Supplies For Cleaning, Tips For A Clean & Clutter Free House

Cleaning Your Home - Cleaning Tips, Organize Your Home, Get Rid Of Clutter, Housekeeping, Spring Cleaning, Car Cleaning, Supplies For Cleaning, Tips For A Clean & Clutter Free House
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Cleaning Your Home - Cleaning Tips, Organize Your Home, Get Rid Of Clutter, Housekeeping, Spring Cleaning, Car Cleaning, Supplies For Cleaning, Tips For A Clean & Clutter Free House

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Cleaning your home can occasionally feel like a full time job. When you ultimately finish the last room it seems like its time to start right back over again. To end this nerve-wracking cycle, it is essential to have an organized plan.

Begin with a system. The most efficient system seems to be one that breaks down all of the cleaning jobs over a period of a week. With this system you can assign distinctive jobs to distinctive days and spend less time cleaning your house and more time relaxing in it.

To use this system, you need to break down your cleaning jobs in to three categories, light cleaning, daily cleaning and deep cleaning. Light cleaning jobs incorporate dusting, sweeping, vacuuming and laundry. These jobs could be done just once each week and completed on distinctive days of the week. Always schedule the dusting first so that any dirt that is knocked to the floor will be picked up on vacuuming day.

Daily cleaning jobs are the jobs that need to be done often when you are cleaning your house. These jobs incorporate tidying up; doing the dishes and wiping down counters and other highly used surfaces. By spending at the least fifteen minutes each day on these jobs, you will keep them from building up in to a big mess and also enjoy the feeling of a clean house even when the other chores have not yet been done.

Deep cleaning jobs like cleaning the bathroom, mopping and wiping down the walls and appliances, should be done once a week. Most people like to schedule these jobs for the weekend when they have more time to devote to cleaning the house. By spending an hour or two doing the large jobs on the weekend, you can enjoy a fresh clean week ahead.

After your system is in place, use the list to assign chores to all of the members of the family. If each person takes on just one or two jobs then cleaning your entire house can take no time at all...


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Tips For Cleaning Lawn Furniture

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Tips To Cut Your Cleaning Time

Tips for Carpet Cleaning

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