There are many people who usually look out for house cleaning tips to maintain and keep their houses clean.
The main objective of cleaning the house is to keep it comfortable and nice for living. It also keeps up the good hygiene in all the family members living in the house. If all the family members including children pitch in to help cleaning the house it would become very easy to clean the house in a short time without over burdening a single person. This also helps in creating a disciplinary awareness in children on cleanliness.
Keep Up, Not Catch Up. It’s always easier to keep on top of things than to try to catch up every spring. Create a monthly checklist to accomplish throughout the year. You can break it down by rooms (April: kitchen, May: bedrooms, etc.) Or by tasks (June: windows ceiling fans, July: walls and baseboard, etc.). Then create a flexible schedule to get it done each month.
Organize As You Go. As you start with a room, begin by sorting, decluttering and organizing the major items in that area first. This means picking up any clutter, putting things in the laundry and generally clearing the area of excess “stuff”. Any items that don’t belong in the area you’re working on should go into one of four piles, baskets or bags.
Make It Fun, Funny or Memorable. Fun, upbeat music and a healthy dose of utter silliness go a long way to keeping you energized and on task. To engage kids, try decorating broom handles with streamers, don special party hats or funny voices, or tell silly stories as you work. Or throw a spring cleaning party with a special meal to celebrate when you’re done.
Create Your Own Checklist. The best way to do this is to break down your areas to clean into sections. Then break down each section into individual tasks that need to accomplish in each room. Once you have a checklist, estimate how much time it will take you to accomplish each task. Then as you work on each task, write down the actual time it took you to finish the task. This will help you to estimate the same tasks in other rooms and adjust your schedule accordingly. Using this checklist, you can divide the tasks by estimating times and create a flexible schedule.
Pace Yourself. Most homes won’t be spring cleaned in one afternoon. A truly deep clean can take anywhere from 1-3 hours per area. Instead, use the following spring cleaning tips to create a working schedule and plan your attack well.
Work From The Top Down. This spring cleaning tip is a must. The last thing you want to do is dust the table, dust the fan blades, only to find you need to dust the table again. By working from the top down, you’ll save time, energy and resources by not repeating tasks. A few things to keep in mind when working from the top down. The exception of cleaning from the top down is to wash the walls from the bottom up, then back down. This is because dirty, soapy streaks may be harder to clean off dirty walls than already clean walls. Work your way back up to remove any drips. Keep the sheets on the bed while you work above to keep the mattress clear of dust or water.