Keeping on top of the Dirt in Your Home

We all hate doing it but sometimes it just has to be done! The dreading cleaning of your home.

It needs to be tackled quickly and efficiently and you know “how” to approach cleaning up a big task room by room. Here’s how!

First, make a list. Put on there everything you require to do. Put everything on the list. Take it with you in your pocket to every room and a pencil, too. The idea is to cross off whatever you end up doing so you get a fantastic sense of accomplishment as you move through the house. It likewise advises you of things you may forget so you never ever need to go backwards.

Consistently start at one end of your house and work through to the other side. If your house is on different levels, begin at the top and work your way down. If its one level, begin in the bed rooms and work you way to the cooking area.

In each room, always tidy top to bottom. Start at the ceilings with cobwebs and spider webs and work your way down to the walls, windows and to the floorings.

Wash walls, windows and after that vacuum. After vacuuming dust. When you dust, start on top and work down.

Be mobile and prepared. Take all your cleaning tools with you into each room. Avoid unneeded journeys back and forth.

Disconnect the phone and turn off the T.V – you don’t want any distractions – you need to get this job done so you can relax.

Eliminate mess as you go, too. An uncluttered home looks much better than one that is dust-free however strewn with odds and ends.

A home that smells fresh will give the impression of tidiness. Leave baking soda on carpets for the night to absorb mouldy odours, vacuum in the morning. Place natural soy candles fragrant with oils around your home. Lightly scented however not overpowering cleaners will offer your house that special “nose shimmer” tidy, fresh scent.

Keep a huge mat on both front and back porches to cut down on tracked in dirt.

Keep a basket in the kitchen area for the mail, paper, cars and truck keys to aid with mess.

Keep a washing basket in every bathroom and in each child’s space.

Tick off your checklist as you complete each task – The end result – A Job Well Done!

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