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How To Make A Daily Cleaning Schedule

Your daily routine can make it challenging to keep your home neat. Yet, at the same time, it is much more pleasant to relax and rest in a clean house. But where will you find the time to keep up with household chores during a hectic week?
Believe it or not, it is possible to incorporate a daily house cleaning routine into your busy weekly schedule. As? By creating a chore schedule. Assigning specific chores to certain days of the week allows you to break down what may seem overwhelming, leaving you with manageable cleaning jobs.

Monday: Clean The Bathrooms

Your bathroom needs a little TLC after the weekend, so eliminate this chore earlier. Save the heavy cleaning, like scrubbing the grout, for the weekend and focus on the more minor aspects of the bathroom. For example, clean your toilet and remove all toothpaste marks on the sink and mirror. You may also want to freshen up your bathroom sheets.

Tuesday: Remove And Vacuum Common Areas

Dust, dander, and pet hair can accumulate if left unchecked, so make time to combat lint and lint in your daily chore schedule. Lightly dust surfaces in your living, dining, and bonus rooms. Remember to hit the ceiling fans and blinds and sweep the cobwebs out of the corners. Then, run a vacuum to blow up any dust that has fallen, using an upholstery tool to clean drapes and furniture.

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Wednesday: Scrub The Kitchen

Naturally, you ensure your countertops are cleaned after you prepare food, and you do the dishes daily, so those are two things you’ve already included in your daily house-cleaning routine. Today you will also focus on the other areas of the kitchen. Wipe down the refrigerator door, handle, stove, and cabinets. Also, throw any expired food in the fridge and check your trash can to see if it needs cleaning.

Thursday: Tidy Up Your Entrance And Bedrooms

If you’ve organized your wardrobe, it should take a little time to clean it up. First, you probably need to tidy up a bit, followed by a quick sweep or vacuum. That means you have plenty of time to include the rooms in your daily house cleaning routine.  Have family members clean up their bedroom floors, ensuring toys, shoes, and clothes are put away or deposited in the laundry room. Then lightly dust surface areas as you sort items on desks and dressers. Then have family members take turns vacuuming their bedroom floors.

Friday: Clear The Clutter From Your Mind 

You’ve worked hard all week and stuck to your daily routine. Take a night off to make vegetables in your tidy house. You deserve it! If you have to clean up, throw the bedding in the laundry. You can kick back with a book or movie while it washes and dries.
If you live with roommates or family members, could you be sure to include them in your daily house-cleaning routine? Remember to cross tasks off your house cleaning checklist to enjoy a sense of accomplishment. And if you miss a day occasionally, don’t worry. Life happens; you can always pick up where you left off next week.

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