Dividing and prioritising the chores in daily, weekly and monthly cleaning chores can help you battle with the grime more effectively.
There are certain rules and tactics that have to be deployed when it comes to cleaning. The chore itself can be quite overwhelming sometimes, and it is of big importance to know how to divide the chores, so that you can do the appropriate amount of cleaning without making compromises with the results. That is why the cleaning chores and task can be put in three separate categories – daily chores, weekly chores and monthly chores.
Of course the different rooms in your home require different cleaning routines. The things that you clean daily in the bathroom and the kitchen are completely different from those in the living room or bedroom. Battersea cleaners devised a list of cleaning chores you should perform on daily, weekly, monthly basis depending on the room. You can give a try and maybe even modify it and improve it if you think that something is missing from the list, but it should be there.
Let start with the room we use most in the day the kitchen. You should do the following things daily in the kitchen: wiping down countertops, stovetops, and vents; scrub the kitchen sink; sweep the floor. If you are fan of hygiene then you can replace the towels in the kitchen every day. Once a week you should mop the floor, wipe down appliances and mop up the floor. As for the toughest cleaning tasks in the kitchen they should be done once a month and include things like cleaning the oven, refrigerator, coffee maker; scrubbing the trash bin; wipe clean the cabinets and drawers.
Now move on to the bathroom, probably the dirtiest place in the house. Your daily cleaning tasks should include wiping clean the sink, the toilet seat and the mirror; cleaning shower door and curtain by spraying with daily cleanser. Devote one day of the week for the following scrubbing down the bathtub, toilet, bathroom tiles, and shower; wiping the sink and bathroom fixtures and faucets. As for the monthly cleaning task, the professional cleaners recommend these: launder the shower curtain; clean out the medicine cabinet; deep clean the tub, toilet, tiles, sink; scrub the grout.
After we are done with the bathroom is time for the living quarters bedrooms and living rooms. The things for cleaning in these rooms are pretty much the same, so there is no need to separate them. The daily cleaning chores should contain the following things: picking up house junk; making up your bed and getting rid of the clutter. The weekly chores according to carpet cleaning Battersea should include vacuuming, sweeping, dusting and refilling air freshers. As for the monthly cleaning tasks launder curtains and drapes, polish wood furniture, wash windows and beat down rugs and carpets, if they are not wall to wall carpets.
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