A Cleaning Routine That Will Work for Everyone

A Cleaning Routine That Will Work for Everyone

The following contribution is from another author.

Keeping your home clean is one of the most health-benefiting things you can do. Although not all of us enjoy cleaning, it is the best way to maintain good hygiene and avoid becoming vulnerable to illness. 

Should you lack a cleaning routine, effective cleaning tips, or the ambition to keep your home clean, here are some useful tips. 

Source information and products online

If you lack cleaning knowledge of how to take good care of your home and the products to use, then it is as easy as going online to do some research. 

For instance, you might not be aware that water pump problems might be due to a lack of a cleaning and care of the tank. Hence, if you are looking for water pump problems and solutions, then looking online can help you find your answer and help you avoid water shortages or unclean water. You can thereafter maintain clean water, which is essential for good personal health as well as good hygiene of the home. 

Set a day each week

Once you have your products and ideas together for how to keep the home clean, then it is time to set a day to clean each day. For some people, it might work best to clean over the course of three days and spend short bursts of energy and time on the chores. Yet for others, it is better to spend one day or evening cleaning each week. 

Whatever works best for you, it is a good idea to set a routine for yourself so that you know when it is time to clean. When you know that the time is coming up, you can prepare yourself and get your products together. 

You will more likely stick to a regular cleaning routine if you choose a day where you can dedicate time and effort to the cleaning. 

Declutter every day

As well as the physical cleaning itself, which includes tools and products, you will also want to keep your home tidy in order to get down to business when it comes to cleaning day/hour. 

Therefore, decluttering every day is a simple cleaning trick that will make your home nicer and your life easier. The more often you declutter and tidy up after yourself/those who live in your home, the easier your cleaning routine will be to maintain. Should you end up not tidying up, then you will make more work for yourself. 

Set times for each task

Not everything will need cleaning at the same time each week/day. Therefore, it is a good idea to set yourself different lists. 

For example, you might wish to tidy up and disinfect the kitchen sides everyday. But, washing the bed isn’t an every day occurrence. Likewise, washing your windows might not be something that you want to/can do every week. 

Hence, making separate lists for each task so that you keep everything in a maintainable routine will maximize the cleanliness of your home. 


Eric is the creator of At Home in the Future and has been a passionate fan of the future since he was seven. He's a web developer by trade, and serves as the Director of Communication and Technology for a large church in Nashville, TN (where he and his family are building a high tech home in the woods).

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