7 Weekly Cleaning Tasks made Easy Peasy!!!

When it comes to cleaning your place, a weekly schedule can help you get into a good routine to keep everything clean and avoid the build up of too much dust, dirt and grime. Making this into a family event will also make it easier. If you get the kids involved, and make it a little fun, you can teach them a truly valuable life lesson. 

1) Start with the Kitchen

In the kitchen, it pays to get the hardest jobs out of the way first. To keep your kitchen sparkling clean, stay up-to-date with these weekly tasks.

— Mop the floor.

— Clean the exteriors of appliances.

— Wipe the counters and cabinet doors.

— Scour and polish the sink

for more info on Cleaning checklist ,HERE .

2)Clean the Bathroom

When cleaning your bathroom, take time to give your fixtures a little TLC…Please !!

— Use general-purpose spray cleaners or mix vinegar and baking soda &  water to scrub your sink, toilet exterior, tub, and faucets.

— Use an antibacterial cleaner for heavy-duty disinfecting in the toilet bowl and baking soda paste on tough grime.

— Remember not to use abrasives on scratchable surfaces.

 

for more info on Cleaning checklist ,HERE .

3)Dust Furniture and Shelves

By eliminating dust, you’ll protect your furniture and improve your home’s air quality.

— Remove accumulated dust from furniture and other problem areas.

— For dusting, we love soft, non-scratching cloths that pick up and hold dirt.

— For fine wood furniture, use dusting cloths in place of silicone sprays.

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4)Shake or Vacuum Area Rugs

— Keep your large area rugs in tip-top shape by caring for them as you would wall-to-wall carpet.

— For small rugs that are difficult to vacuum, take them outside and shake them vigorously, or hang them over a clothesline and beat with a broom to remove dust and dirt.( BEAT IT LIKE U ARE FRUSTRATED ! YEAH GIRL REMOVE ALL YOUR FRUSTRATIONS HERE ) .

— Consult care labels for small rugs to determine whether they should be dry cleaned, spot cleaned, or laundered.

5) Mop Hard-Surface Floors

Mopping is one of the most inexpensive and effective ways to keep your home clean.

— Wet mops are used for scrubbing and for applying sanitizing solutions to bathroom and kitchen floors.

They work when pressed firmly to the floor and moved in long, overlapping strokes.

— When mopping, make sure to wipe up excess liquid because standing water can damage wood surfaces.

6)Change Bed Linens

We recommend changing and laundering sheets and pillowcases once a week.

— For even wear, rotate your sheets, storing fresh sheets at the bottom of the stack in your linen closet.

— For best results, wash your sheets in warm water and use non-chlorine bleach when needed.

— Wash all-cotton spreads, blankets, and coverlets in cold water to avoid shrinkage.

 

7)Sweep Front Entry and Steps

Don’t forget to give your entryways a little attention every week.

–Try using a utility broom to clean large areas that require heavy-duty sweeping such as decks, patios, and driveways.

–Use a classic, natural-bristle brush for general sweeping with a dustpan.

–Choose the best-quality broom to avoid bristles that shed when you sweep.

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