This should be done weekly to remove dust, dirt, and other particles from surfaces like furniture and fixtures.
Doing this regularly helps pick up dirt, pet hair, pollen, and other debris that cannot be seen by the eye.
Using a mop or steam cleaner is necessary for hard floor surfaces such as tile or wood to keep them clean and shiny.
4. Wiping down countertops:
This prevents germs and bacteria from spreading in your home, so it’s important to do this regularly with disinfectant wipes or a mild cleaning solution.
5. Cleaning windows:
This can be done monthly or bi-monthly, depending on the amount of dirt that has accumulated.
6. Cleaning bathrooms:
This is an important task to do regularly to make sure the surfaces are free from germs and bacteria.
7. Cleaning mirrors:
Mirrors should be cleaned weekly with glass cleaner to avoid streaks and smudges.
8. Disinfecting door knobs, light switches, and other commonly used items:
Doing this helps reduce the risk of spreading germs and illnesses throughout your home.
9. Emptying trash cans:
Having full trash cans can attract insects and animals, so be sure to empty them every day or two for the best results.
Doing the laundry regularly helps keep your clothes and linens clean, fresh, and odor-free.
Taking a few minutes each day to organize can help keep clutter from accumulating in your home.
12. Making beds:
Making a bed is an important part of keeping your bedroom tidy and orderly.
13. Cleaning furniture:
Doing this regularly helps prolong the life of your furniture and keeps it looking its best.
14. Cleaning appliances:
Keeping your kitchen and laundry room appliances clean is important to prevent mold, mildew, and other contaminants from forming inside them.
15. Sweeping outdoor areas:
Taking a few minutes to sweep the porch or patio can help keep it safe and inviting for visitors.