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Making a house cleaning checklist

How to Make House Cleaning Checklist

Cleaning. Everyone goes about it differently. And if you think about it, it makes sense. Everyone’s home is different after all, right? But professional house cleaners recommend one important addition to your house cleaning regimen: making a house cleaning checklist. Here are some simple steps to complete that.

1. Make a list of all the rooms in your home. This seems simple, but is a very easily overlooked step. If you live in a studio apartment, your checklist will look very different than someone living in a four-bedroom home!
2. Inventory the items in each room that needs to be cleaned. Don’t forget anything. Some things are obvious, like floors, countertops, toilets, and tubs. But others are not (windowsills, rugs, the top of the fridge). Include everything!
3. Decide how frequently each task needs to be performed. Some good categories include: daily, weekly, monthly, quarterly, and yearly.
4. Pick a cleaning strategy that works for you. You can always call for a help of a professional house cleaning in Schaumburg.  Are you the type of person who likes to clean a little bit every day? Or are you the type who likes to go on a cleaning binge? Different personality types have different preferences, which is absolutely fine! Consider creating a list designed every day or once a week.

That’s it! Every house cleaning checklist will be different, but that’s part of the fun. And be aware that your list may grow over time. You’re bound to forget one or two of those quarterly or yearly tasks. Don’t let that discourage you. Happy cleaning!

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