This is for you if you find that house cleaning is not very pleasant. Hopefully it will help you to make this process more fun.
The most important thing is to start the cleaning process. The best thing is to divide the cleaning project on sub phases and to work on each cleaning phase for a few hours otherwise you might be over exhausted after the cleaning is completed (if it’s completed) and will never clean it again.
Start with windows. Clean up frames, windows glass, wash curtains and clean up on windowsills. Organize closets. You might start enjoying that if are not trying to finish it in a record time. Plus while you are doing you may find a few things you probably thought were lost forever. My advice, while you sorting your clothes, perhaps it’s time to get rid of some of the old stuff otherwise it will take you another week to reorganize your very old things from one shelf to another. While you are cleaning closets you may also whip out the web in the ceiling corners.
Cleaning the bathrooms start with tile then move to cleaning sinks and toilets. Take a look at the medicine cabinets, there is always a few empty shampoo or conditioner bottles that need to be thrown away.
Make sure there is nothing you don’t need stays on the shelves of your walk-in closet (if you have one). Shoes should go into the shoe boxes. Umbrellas, gloves, note books – everything should find its place. If you find shoes or clothes you have not been wearing for a long time, get rid of it. Use the same policy for worn off slippers.
When everything is in order, it’s time for a vacuum cleaner. After cleaning the carpet don’t forget to vacuum soft furniture such as chairs and sofas. Don’t forget to move out the furniture from the wall and vacuum behind the furniture.
Wet cleaning needs to be done at the end. This is much quicker then everything that had to be done before.
After everything is done you should make sure you can find your car keys, a cell phone and a valet or a purse. Now you know how to clean up your house. and hopefully is not exhausted.