- If you want to be a clean professional, then you need to learn how to keep your home clean. In this article, we’re going to give you 10 expert tips on how to keep your home clean.
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Section: Open Your Doors And Windows! It’s a great way of getting rid of dust and other particles that accumulate in closed rooms and spaces. These two actions will help prevent the air from becoming stale, allowing for better circulation within your home or office environment – ideal for improving indoor air quality! Make sure that there are no soft furnishings blocking ventilation points, as this will greatly reduce airflow rates through furniture (especially if it is made from fabric instead) – so stand off any cushions/bedding before opening windows or doors! You may also wish to consider investing in an electric fan at night as these provide a gentle breeze which can assist with keeping rooms cool during hot days/nights when temperatures start rising due to heat build-up inside buildings caused by factors such as sunlight beating down on walls etc… Another simple tip would be opening windows during daylight hours (if possible), especially if living in an older property where heating bills are often high due to poor insulation levels, etc… Another thing worth mentioning here is not wasting money on products which claim they can ‘clean’ carpets by using chemical sprays which contain harmful chemicals such as formaldehyde, etc… Instead try using methods such as steam cleaning or pressurizing mild detergent solutions containing enzymes, etc… Directly onto carpets you should avoid using water-based cleaners such as laundry detergents but instead opt for non-water based ones containing surfactants like sodium lauryl sulfate (SLS)… Lastly, it should be noted that although some people believe that adding vinegar & baking soda mixture into
Make your bed.
Making your bed is one of the simplest ways to keep your home clean. You should make your bed as soon as you get up, and do so every day or two depending on how often you use it. Don’t let the mattress get too hot or cold, either; this will encourage dust mites to reproduce and cause problems for you later in life.
The bedding should be washed weekly at least (and preferably every other week). Make sure that any pillowcases are washable as well—this way they won’t be breeding grounds for bacteria over time!
Skip the gadgets.
If you’re like me, you love gadgets. But a lot of them are simply unnecessary and can be expensive to purchase or maintain. Here are some examples:
A robot vacuum cleaner is great if your floors are really dirty; however, most people don’t need one because they have good vacuuming skills and don’t want to spend money on a device that may not be as effective at cleaning their carpets anyway. If you do want an automatic cleaner, look into some models made by companies like iRobot or Neato Robotics (the latter has a subscription model). These machines will also do regular sweeping of hardwood floors before vacuuming so they don’t get too dusty! Stick vacuum cleaners aren’t necessary unless there is something specific about the dirtiness in your home—say for example it’s caked with mud from outside raking leaves into place for composting purposes instead of throwing them away after mowing lawns seasonably due to falling/winter months ahead when temperatures drop below freezing point degrees Celsius Fahrenheit
Clean as you go.
Cleaning as you go is the easiest way to keep your home clean. You can do this by cleaning up immediately after each meal, or if you’re eating in front of the TV, it might be best to take out some plates and silverware before sitting down.
If there are dirty dishes in the sink after dinner, don’t just leave them there! Wash them right away so they don’t become breeding grounds for bacteria. If there’s dirt on your floors or toys lying around, pick them up and put them away immediately—don’t let anything sit around on the floor for more than five minutes without being picked up!
One area at a time.
One of the most important things to remember when cleaning is that you should focus on one area at a time. Don’t try to clean the whole house in one go and if you do, don’t feel bad if it’s not perfect! Instead, think about what areas need extra attention and start there.
Also keep in mind that if your home is big enough for multiple rooms (i.e., more than two rooms), then break it down into smaller sections so that each part gets its own individual attention instead of lumping everything into one big mess where nothing gets done right away because there isn’t enough time or resources available here either way around…
Do the “1-Minute Drill” daily.
The “1-Minute Drill” is a simple method that can be used to clean your home in just one minute. It’s best to do this before bedtime when you are tired and won’t feel like doing anything else.
Set the timer for 1 minute and focus on one area of your home at a time. Don’t worry about doing it perfectly—just get as much done as possible in 60 seconds! Once you have finished cleaning your entire house, repeat the process again with another area of the house until all areas are clean (or until there’s no more dust or dirt left).
Use a timer to keep yourself moving.
The best way to keep yourself moving is by setting a timer. This can be done in many different ways, but the most basic is to set a timer with an alarm that goes off after 10 minutes have passed. You could also have your alarm go off every hour or so and remind you of how much time has passed since the last time (you might want to make sure this doesn’t happen too often).
This method works very well because it keeps us focused on our goals and prevents us from being distracted by other things during these intervals—we’re always thinking about what we need to do next! If there’s nothing else going on around us at any given moment, then all of those distractions disappear into thin air so we can focus solely on getting things done without worrying about other activities taking over our attention span.
The 10-minute tidy.
The 10-minute tidy. One of the best ways to keep your home clean is by keeping a little notebook and pen handy. Write down what you need to do in each room, then set a timer for 10 minutes (or however long it takes). After each room is done, write down how long it took and what you accomplished in that time frame. That way, if something comes up during the day that requires your attention—like laundry or picking up toys at school—you’ll have an idea of when things will be done so that they don’t pile up on top of each other!
Keep this method simple: just get started with one task at a time; don’t try to do everything all at once or else things could get messy quickly! Also remember not
to repeat any tasks twice (this includes cleaning dishes/cleaning counters), especially since most people find themselves doing this more often than not these days due to busy schedules which force them into being constantly on the go rather than spending quality time together with their families or loved ones.”
Tidy before going to bed.
Tidy up before you go to bed.
This is an obvious one, but it’s worth mentioning nonetheless. If you’re like me and have a messy bedroom, then it might be time for some extra cleaning! Your room must look as clean as possible before going to bed so that you can get enough rest and relaxation to wake up ready for a new day tomorrow.
How do I tidy up?
Give everything a home.
You may be tempted to leave things lying around or on the floor, but this will only lead to clutter and mess. The most useful way to keep your home organized is by giving everything a place where it belongs.
Keep items in their own specific places: Don’t forget about storage containers! If you’ve got extra food or cleaning supplies, put them away so they don’t get lost or mixed up with other things when you’re cooking or cleaning. Don’t leave things out: This goes hand-in-hand with keeping everything where it belongs; if something isn’t supposed to be there (such as dirty dishes), put it away after use instead of leaving them out where anyone could get access to them who shouldn’t have such access regardless of whether that person was invited into the house through no fault of his/her own!
Schedule a weekly cleaning day (or let someone else do it for you).
Cleaning should be a regular part of your household routine. If you don’t have time to clean every week, try scheduling one day per week when everything is going to get done at once. This could be right after work or during the weekend, but whatever works best for you! Get help from friends and family if they can spare some time off from their own busy schedules.”
A little bit of organization can go a long way in making sure dirt doesn’t build up in your home.
If you’re not sure where to start, start with the obvious: organization is key to maintaining your home clean.
The organization helps you stay on top of things and find things when you need them. It can also make cleaning a breeze by making it easier for you to find what’s needed in the first place!
I’ve listed 10 tips for how to maintain your home clean in a handy little table format. I hope that these tips will help you get started on maintaining your home organized and the dirt out! If you need more help than this article can offer, check out my other blog posts on cleaning:
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