House Cleaning As A Family Bonding Experience

Many people long to have their dream house built and raise their families there. For those who have a budget and cost is not an issue, dream houses can be huge mansions with multiple rooms and floors. There is nothing wrong with this and most will strive to achieve this in their lifetimes. But there is also another part of the equation that we forget to take into consideration. Owning your dream house will require cleaning it up on a regular basis in order to keep it in pristine condition and looking new all the time.

House cleaning is a chore that is often delegated especially for those who can afford dream houses and build huge mansions. It is safe to assume that if you have the budget to build a house that big, then you can also afford household help or professional cleaning services.

But not everyone can afford to pay for house cleaning and they would have to do the house cleaning by themselves. People rarely have the time to do a deep clean of their houses, especially if they have jobs.

One of the keys to keeping your house clean is coming up with a regular schedule for cleaning and sticking to it. It is also recommended to invest at least once a year to have professionals, clean your house for you. This will involve deep cleaning because these companies use the best machines and cleaning tools to do a thorough job of cleaning your home from top to bottom.

We share with you some guides in-house cleaning fast and easy.

Quick And Easy Ways To Do House Cleaning

House cleaning should follow a system in order to be fast and efficient.

House cleaning can be difficult if you are doing it all by yourself. Why not involve your spouse and kids, (if you have one and they live with you) in order to make turn this chore into a family bonding experience. Making your kids experience the work involved in house cleaning, will teach them to appreciate the work that you do in order to get it done plus it will make them think twice before causing a mess that would need a cleanup. A great character building activity for your kids that they can also pass on to their kids when they grow up.

Turn on your favorite music and choose an album or playlist that is fast and lively. This will help in setting the mood to get these chores done quickly and efficiently.

No matter what portion of the house you are cleaning, you should start from the top to bottom so that the dust from the top surfaces fall on the lower surfaces that have not been cleaned yet.

Take a look at the steps you can follow below for each room of the house:

Bedrooms

-Remove the linens and remake the beds. Clean up all the clutter, place in a bin if you are on a tight schedule and organize it at a later time.

-Use microfiber cloths to dust off furniture from top to bottom

-Use a vacuum cleaner if you have one, working on carpets, drapes, and blinds.

-Fold your laundry and organize your closet

Bathrooms

-Remove all bathroom stuff and spray the toilet bowl, sink and walls with cleaner

-Wipe down cabinets and mirrors

-Scrub toilet bowl and clean it first before proceeding to the other parts of the bathroom.

-Use glass cleaner for your mirror, then buff

-Clean the floor last by using cleaner and scrubbing clean

Windows

-Use a glass cleaner and wipe with newspapers after

-If you have window screens, remove them from the frame and scrub clean with an all-purpose cleaner. Use a bristle brush and rinse with your outdoor hose

Kitchen

-Wipe down cabinets and countertops

-Vacuum then mop the floor

-Clean the inside and surrounding areas of your sink

-Wipe and dust off appliances like your refrigerator, microwave, dishwasher, etc.

-Place all dirty dishes in the dishwasher

Living Room

-Remove all clutter and organize them

-Rearrange furniture to vacuum carpets to remove dust, pet hair, and dander

-Vacuum floors and use steam mops if you have one

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