If you’re anything like me, you find it very hard to get into a routine with your cleaning, because you always seem to have something new to clean or do. This can easily be prevented by first establishing a simple cleaning check list that you can use on a weekly basis to make sure that you’re doing things right. You might be surprised at how many things you tend to forget to do, but once you’ve listed everything that needs to be cleaned in your house, you’ll be much better able to stay on track and get things done properly. These cleaning checklists will also help you identify things that are needing attention from you, and things that you should probably just let go. This way, you can free up valuable time for other, more important chores that are really important. You may find more details about this at Spring Cleaning Checklist: 16 Spots Everyone Forgets To Clean
The Research Most people who have a lot of stuff in their house probably either don’t know that it needs to be cleaned or just don’t care to know. But, before you start spring cleaning, it’s probably a good idea to go through all of your items one by one and see what needs to be cleaned and washed. This will not only give you a head start on the actual spring cleaning, but it will also give you something to work with in terms of figuring out your overall strategy. For instance, if you’re keeping track of all of your clothing sizes, you’ll want to figure out how many shirts and pants you have to clean throughout the entire year, and whether you have any seasonal pants that need to be washed. It will be very easy to identify areas where your spring cleaning is lacking, if you’ve done this research ahead of time.
The Sweep Floors One thing that you should do on your long winter cleaning checklist is sweep floors. This can go without saying, but some people just aren’t good at sweeping, and even if you are you might not be doing it properly. Sweep floors on a regular basis to get rid of dirt, dust, and anything else that has accumulated over the winter months. If you use a microfiber mop, you won’t have to worry about the pet hair and crumbs that might still be laying around on the floor; and when you do the sweep, you can even use your vacuum to pick up small pieces of crumbs and pet hair that you might have missed.