How do I do a weekly 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 is included in the weekly cleaning?
Weekly Cleaning Lists
Polish and buff all hardwood surfaces including floors and conference tables.
Squeegee glass windows inside and out (as practical)
Empty refrigerator of all employee brought food, clean and disinfect.
Empty and disinfect all trash receptacles, add new liners.
What should be cleaned weekly in your house?
Things to Clean Weekly
Clean kitchen counters.
Wipe kitchen cupboard fronts.
Purge expired food in the fridge.
Wipe kitchen appliances.
Clean inside of the microwave.
Clean dishwasher food filter.
Clean garbage disposal.
Sanitize bathroom surfaces.
Make the bed. The best way to start your day is by making your bed.
Clean as you cook. As you learn how to keep a house clean, pay close attention to clutter in the kitchen.
Grab as you go.
Wipe up messes as they happen.
Sort the mail.
Sweep the kitchen floor.
Start by Making the Bed.
Do One Load of Laundry Per Day.
Be Happy with “Clean Enough”.
Get the Whole Family Involved.
Do a 15 Minute Nightly Clean-up.
Keep Basic Cleaning Supplies Close to Where You Use Them.
Never Leave a Room Empty Handed.
Dust ceiling fans, clean with damp cloth and rotate airflow.
Wash light fixtures.
Remove and vacuum or dust lampshades.
Wipe down baseboards and moldings with damp microfiber cloth; use an extendable wand for hard-to-reach places.
Vacuum vents and registers.
Monday: Dishes and kitchen.
Wednesday: Surface clean and organizing.
Thursday: Dusting and vacuuming.
Friday: Trash and start laundry.
Saturday: Finish laundry, fold and put away.
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.
Most people should wash their sheets once per week. If you don't sleep on your mattress every day, you may be able to stretch this to once every two weeks or so. Some people should wash their sheets even more often than once a week.
Spend up to 20 minutes a day on one or a combination of the following tasks:
Wiping glass and mirrors in the bathrooms and elsewhere.
Wet mopping hard floors.
Cleaning bathroom counters and toilets.
Cleaning out the fridge.
Tackling clutter hot spots.
Deeper cleaning of kitchen appliances.
10 Things You Should Do Every Week To Improve Your Life
Create new good habits, kill bad habits:
Review your goals:
Do something exciting with your partner:
Think of death:
Do a gratitude visit: