Cleaning: 5 practical tips to save time

While most people like to keep a clean house, few are passionate about doing housework. In fact, it’s more of a chore, especially when you have a busy day. So anything can be done to save time when it comes to polishing all the surfaces in the house. These simple time-saving cleaning tips should cheer you up.

1) Don’t confuse tidying with cleaning

When we clean, we also tend to tidy, which increases the time spent on each task. The ideal is to tidy up a little each day so that nothing accumulates. And to go further, think about decluttering your home with a large classification to save space and light, and optimize storage. A good organization will facilitate cleaning.

2) Delegate as soon as possible

Share chores with all family members. If everyone does their part and participates in the life of the house, daily and weekly cleaning will go faster. It also gives children a sense of responsibility. If you can afford it, you can also invest in smart appliances. Robot vacuum cleaner, dishwasher, steam cleaner, etc. Well-equipped, your home will be easier to maintain. And, of course, there is also the option of finding a cleaning lady.

3) Management of household products

To avoid long commutes, some people keep household products in a bucket that they carry from room to room so that they always have the cleaning product they need at hand. Another idea is to have an apron with a pocket to store sponges or clean cloths. Next, you can hang a garbage bag around your waist to keep on hand for the big cleaning jobs. Finally, you can also store the products where you use them, even if you have several copies. You can never have too much white vinegar.

4) Get organized

Following the rules of organization saves time and keeps you from spreading yourself too thin. The golden rule is to finish what you’ve started before moving on to another task and prioritize. Also remember to do a little bit each day: 10 minutes of cleaning in the morning and 5 minutes of tidying in the evening. This will reduce the amount of work for the big weekend cleanup. Finally, follow a circuit by dividing the house into several zones. This will limit the number of unnecessary trips back and forth.

5) Time your cleaning

Timing is a useful “psychological” trick. Not only does it make cleaning seem shorter, but it is also faster.

Final cleaning tips in a jumble:
-Hang clothes on hangers so you don’t have to iron.
Have small folding shelves with handles that you can unfold and place knick-knacks on while you clean. You can then put them back once the surface is clean.
-Put waxed paper over refrigerator shelves to prevent stains.

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