What is a good home cleaning schedule?
A Room (or Two) a Day: Decide how many days you'll clean. Then, assign specific areas to specific days. For example, Monday: clean the kitchen, entry, and laundry room; Tuesday: living room and dining room; Wednesday: bathrooms; and Thursday: hallway and bedrooms.
What should be cleaned daily?
10 Things You Should Always Clean Every Day (Without Question)
Sponges. We love a good sponge to wipe, absorb, and eliminate spills on all hard surfaces.
Dining Room Table.
What household chores should be done daily?
Wash your dishes (by hand or in the dishwasher) after the meals.
Deal with the mail.
Vacuum high-traffic areas, particularly the main entries and kitchen.
Clean kitchen counter tops and the stove top.
Clean up spills, dirt and other messes, as needed.
Washing and putting away the dishes. Feeding, walking family pets; cleaning birdcages and litter boxes. Mopping floors. Scrubbing the sink, toilet, bathtub, shower stall. Preparing their own lunches for school.
GATHER YOUR TOOLS.
SET A TIMER.
START WITH A LAUNDRY BASKET AND A GARBAGE BAG.
DO A QUICK DUST.
FLUFF PILLOWS AND STRAIGHTEN THROW BLANKETS.
Embrace good enough.
Have less stuff.
Keep flat surfaces clear.
Keep floors clear.
A place for everything and everything in its place.
Keep up with chores regularly.
Do a little cleaning everyday.
Use a cleaning schedule.
Clean the whole house, not one room at time.
Gather all your cleaning tools in a caddy.
Clear the clutter.
Dust and vacuum.
Wipe mirrors and glass.
Disinfect countertops and surface areas.
Focus on tubs, sinks and toilets.
Sweep, then mop.