Cleaning your house can be a tedious task, but it doesn’t have to be if you keep yourself organised and work through it bit by bit. To help make things simpler for you, we have created a deep cleaning checklist. Our checklist goes through a daily, weekly, and monthly routine to help keep your tasks as simple and doable as possible thus freeing up more time for you to do the thing you like.
Deep cleaning checklist
Let’s look at each of our checklist in more detail, shall we?
Daily cleaning checklist
There are some tasks that need to be tackled daily, such as making the bed and washing the dishes. On this sheet, we have more items for you to use to organise your daily cleaning list and include the kitchen, bedroom, living areas, bathroom, and other miscellaneous tasks. Keeping the house tidy and in order, is actually a really important part of helping your child feel supported as they grow.
In the bedroom –
- Fix the bed,
- Fold clothes and arrange in the closet, and,
- Pick up dirty clothes and put in the laundry.
For the kitchen –
- Clean the sink,
- Put dishes away, and,
- Store leftovers properly.
We have also included blank space for you to add your own household tasks.
There are tasks that can wait for “cleaning day”, which is usually the day in most households where we spend more time giving things a deeper clean and planning for the week ahead. For these days our weekly cleaning checklist is perfect.
Make your life simpler by focusing on one room per day, that way your house will be clean in no time!
Lastly, there are tasks that don’t need to be done daily or even weekly but can wait for a once a month treatment. From more tedious activities like descaling the kettle and coffee machine, to disinfecting the bins we have you covered. And as mentioned before, we have included some blank space ready for you to add your own household tasks to the list.
So, what do you think?
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