How to Clean your House Fast

How to Clean your House Fast

Everyone despises cleaning, but everyone can appreciates a clean home. Cleaning the house is an important task that should be done regularly. You might be wondering if theres a quick way to clean your house. Most beginners are unclear whether to dust or vacuum first. They’re not sure whether they should start with the kitchen or the bathroom. To make the most of your time and get your house tidied quickly, follow these step-by-step instructions based on years of hard-earned experience:

Fast House Cleaning Tips

1. Clean the whole house, not just one room at a time.

Cleaning is considerably more efficient if you choose one chore (dusting, vacuuming, mopping) and repeat it in all areas of the house, rather than cleaning the kitchen, bathrooms, and bedrooms separately. Cleaning in this manner prevents you from feeling trapped in a never-ending cleaning cycle, repeating the same chore over and over.

2. Place all of your cleaning supplies in a caddy.

Having everything you need to clean in one portable spot, whether it’s a caddy, bucket, or tote, makes getting the job done much easier. You won’t have to waste time looking for cleaning supplies, and you won’t have to worry about gathering them for the next cleaning session.

3. Get rid of the clutter

Before you begin cleaning, walk around your home and clear the clutter. As you pick up each item – magazines, well-read paperbacks, old sneakers – decide whether you want to put it away, toss it or donate it. This will help you in organizing your home and getting rid of items you no longer need.

4. Dust and then vacuum

Make sure all ceiling fans are turned off before you begin dusting. Dust the corners of rooms, the tops of furniture and the undersides of shelves, as well as handrails, picture frames, knickknacks, and TV screens. Tying a microfibre cloth to the end of a mop or broom is an easy way to access hard-to-reach locations. It is critical to dust before vacuuming to ensure that all dirt is removed. Make sure you change your bedroom linens before cleaning as well.

5. Clean mirrors and glasses

Wipe down all the mirrors and glass surfaces in your house with a clean damp microfibre cloth. Then dry the glass or mirror with a clean, dry cloth.

6. Clean all countertops and other surfaces.

Wipe off all hard surfaces in your home, including worktops, appliances, and cupboards, as well as doorknobs, light switches, TV remotes, and telephones. Sanitize every surface, especially those in high-traffic areas such as kitchens and toilets. To prepare a safe disinfection solution, combine one-fourth to a half cup of white or apple cider vinegar with one cup of water.

7. Pay special attention to tubs, sinks, and toilets.

Spray the kitchen sink first, then the bathroom sinks, tubs, and toilets. Allow the cleaning spray to sit for a few minutes to allow the cleaner to dissolve the grime and stains. Return to the kitchen and begin scrubbing. Remember to clean unopened spaces, such as the inside of the microwave. The toilets should be cleaned last.

8. Sweep first, then mop

Sweep the floors in the kitchen, bathroom, and all other rooms. Begin mopping in the farthest corner of the room and work your way back to the door (do not mop yourself into a corner). Rinse the mop after finishing a 4-by-4-foot area.

9. When vacuuming, keep moving.

When vacuuming, don’t worry about getting into every nook and corner. Simply keep moving throughout the home, vacuuming every carpeted room in one single pass. Remember that some tasks might not have to be completed every week. Cleaning the windows, waxing the furniture, and washing the area rugs and bath mats are just a few examples. Examine these items and use your best judgement.

10. Remember to wash your cleaning tools on a regular basis.

Cleaning tools maintenance is an often-overlooked aspect of housekeeping. Using a dirty mop or a vacuum with a full bag is inefficient, and you’ll end up spending more time cleaning. Furthermore, you will not receive as thorough a clean.

11. Make cleaning a collaborative project.

Making cleaning a group effort is one of the most effective ways to clean a house quickly. Make a date to spend with your family ahead of time and assign tasks to each member. Working together to clean may make cleaning more fun, and your home will be spotless in no time.

Hopefully these tips can help you when cleaning your home, office or cottage area. Our goal at Sault Ste. Marie House Cleaning is for you to have a clean home, whether our Sault cleaners do it for you or we provide you great tips to do it yourself.

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