If you are looking for some new and really effective tips for easily cleaning your house, you are at the right place. Here is a list of my top picks of best tips for easy cleaning:
1. Make sure you create a plan and stick to it, in order to get all the cleaning chores in your house done, and at the same time to have time to rest, or do other things when you are home. Once you establish a cleaning routine which works for you, you will find that life can be much easier and much less messy. For example, plan your towel and bed linen changing for Sunday before bed, and your weekly vacuuming and floor cleaning for Saturday before lunch, etc. This will make the cleaning job seem and feel much more bearable, and you will still do each chore on the list but just one at a time.
2. Try to stay focused on the cleaning chore you have set for that particular moment of time. Stay away from phone calls, checking your e-mail or text messages until you are done. The reason is that once you find something more interesting to do you can quickly dismiss the cleaning job as boring, difficult and tiresome, and you are very likely to just stop doing it. Some people find that setting a timer for completing a task is even better to keep you motivated to complete the chore.
3. Get a cleaning box, tray or other suitable containers in which you can keep all your cleaning tools and products handy while you are cleaning. This will save you the time for running around the house to get this and that, and will let you concentrate on completing the cleaning task.
4. Remember to clean as you go with your daily routine at home. This means, cleaning and drying the sink and shower walls after you are done washing or showering, as well as cleaning the table right after dinner and avoiding piling up of dirty dishes and cookware. Turn the dishwashing machine on immediately after you fill it.
5. Always stick to the correct logical order when cleaning, which means: sweeping or vacuuming before washing the floors, or dusting the surfaces and items. Clean the kitchen countertops, appliance and cupboards before you clean and wash the floor. Leave the sink last because you will likely be using it to rinse off cleaning cloths, towels, sponges during the cleaning process.
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