Is it possible to clean an entire standard size home in less than an hour? Many ladies get this question when they notice a hefty clutter in their house.
Well, in my opinion, cleaning house within an hour is nothing but the art. You don’t need expensive cleaners, tools, and a few helping hands to make this happen.
So keep reading and follow the directions you find here, I am sure that you will get that home shining in a matter of seconds!
Make a Plan:
When it comes to cleaning our house which is messed up with lots of things spread here and there, it is necessary to sit for a while and take notice of how much amount of work might be needed.
Always make a plan and decide where to start and how much time to spend on a particular task.
Prioritize Your Task as Follows:
1) Bedrooms and other rooms
3) Dining room
Step #1: Cleaning Bedrooms and Other Rooms
First, start with dusting the walls. It will allow all the dust to fall on the floor and bed.
After that, it’s time to remake beds. Make sure you change the bedsheets so that the fallen dust will now go on the floor.
Wipe down the furniture.
Lastly, clean the floor.
It won’t take more than ten minutes to clean one bedroom.
Step #2: Cleaning a Bathroom
You should clean all bathrooms at once. Make sure you wash all significant parts of the bathroom such as mirrors, tubs, floor, and outer toilet surface. You can use tile scrubber and sanitizer spray. You should clean bathrooms at least once in a week.
It will hardly take five minutes to clean one bathroom.
Step #3: Dining Room
Similar to bedrooms, you should start with dusting the walls of the dining room. Also, if you have ceiling fans or blinds in the dining room, then clean those too. You can then move to sweeping the floors.
You might need to spend around 10 minutes to clean a dining room.
Step #4: Cleaning a Kitchen
The most important room in the house that almost every woman wants to be neat and clean.
First of all, if you have removable burners on the stove top then take them out, clean them, and keep them in a separate place until you clean the whole kitchen.
You might notice some yellow dots on a wall right above the stove. Make sure you clean that wall time to time. If not, the yellow dots will grow and become hard to remove in the future.
Make use of a sponge and hot water to clean the walls. You will be amazed to see lots of dirt coming up.
Don’t wipe down kitchen appliances at this moment to avoid your fingerprints stamps coming on dishes. You can wash all utensils and appliances later.
Cleaning a kitchen will take a considerable amount of time, say around 15-minutes.
Step #4: Cleaning the Floors, a Big Task!
Run a vacuum cleaner in all rooms. Make sure you cover each corner of the room. After that, take a sponge and hot water to clean the flooring. This task looks simple but needs lots of efforts. You might need 20-minutes to clean the floors of the entire house.
In this way, cleaning an entire house doesn’t take more than an hour if you split up things into parts. You may require much less amount of time if you are a fast worker.
Maybe you find it challenging to complete overall cleaning process in less than an hour. But remember, this time is approximate and depends on the size of the house and amount of cleaning required.
What do you think about these tricks? Do you think cleaning an entire house can be this much easy?
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