Everyone hates cleaning but everyone enjoys having a tidy home. Do you know the best method to get your home clean fast?
Many novices don’t know if they should vacuum or dust first. They ask themselves if it’s better to get the kitchen cleaned before the bather
Fast House Cleaning Tips
- Make sure you clean the entire house and not just one room at a time.
Cleaning can be more effective when you choose one job (dusting vacuuming, mopping) and perform the same job in every space in your home instead of cleaning the kitchen, bathrooms, and finally the bedrooms.
By doing this, you can stop the feeling of being stuck in a constant cycle of cleaning and having to start the same chore every day.
- All your cleaning equipment in a caddy
It doesn’t matter if it’s a caddy or a bucket, or a tote, having everything you require to wash in one convenient location makes it easier to finish the job. It will be less time-consuming to search for the tools you need while cleaning and you don’t need to think about putting them away before the next time you clean.
- Clean up the mess
Before you start cleaning, walk from the room by room and clear up all the junk. When you’ve gathered every object – magazines, good-read paperbacks, shoes – you should consider whether you want to place it in a drawer, throw it away or give it away.
- Dust and vacuum
Before you begin to dust ensure that ceiling fans are shut off. Concentrate your cleaning on the furniture’s tops and the shelves’ undersides and picture frames, handrails as well as TV screens. For difficult-to-access areas, such as shelves and blinds put a piece of microfiber to the bottom of a broom or mop. Clean the sheets in bedrooms before vacuuming.
- Cleanse mirrors and glass
Use a moist microfiber cloth and then one dry cloth to off all reflections as well as the glass surface.
- Inspect surfaces and countertops
Check your home and clean the hard surfaces, including countertops, appliances, and cabinets to doorknobs light switch television remotes, and phones.
It is recommended to disinfect these surfaces, especially those that can transmit germs to fingers and faces. Make a non-toxic disinfection mix by mixing 14 to 1/2 cup of apple or white cider vinegar in 1 glass of water.
- Concentrate on sinks, tubs, and toilets
Spray cleaner over the kitchen sink, then bathtubs, bathroom sinks, and toilets. Leave it for a couple of minutes so that the cleaner can remove the dirt and stain. Return to the kitchen and begin cleaning. Make sure to clean the interior in the microwave. Clean toilets are the best.
In the kitchen, you’ll need to ensure that you have your disposal in good condition. If you’re not sure of what is the best method to clean your garbage disposal go here for some great suggestions for cleaning the garbage disposal yourself.
- Clean, then mop
Clean the bathroom and kitchen floors. Begin mopping from the furthest edge of your room. Then go backward toward your doorway (that doesn’t mean you should shove yourself into the corner). Clean the mop each time you’ve completed a 4-by-4 foot space.
- Be sure to move when you vacuum
Don’t be concerned about cleaning every crevice and crevice you can while you vacuum. Keep moving around the home by running the vacuum across each carpeted area at once.
Some chores don’t have to be performed every week. For instance, waxing furniture, washing windows, and washing the area mats and rugs. Examine these tools and apply your discretion.
- Be sure to wash your cleaning equipment
One of the most neglected aspects of cleaning your home is the maintenance of your tools for cleaning. An unclean mop or vacuum that has a full bag isn’t as efficient and will result in having to spend more time trying to keep your house clean.
- Clean up as a group activity
The teamwork approach to cleaning is among the most effective methods to get your house clean quickly. Plan a time with your family members, and assign chores to each individual. The group effort can bring excitement to cleaning and your home will be spotless within a matter of minutes.
When you’re cleaning, be sure you’re checking for maintenance items, like an unreliable sink which could create water damage.