Are you immediately put off by the thought of cleaning your house? Are you overwhelmed by the amount of cleaning you have to do and postpone it until the chaos becomes unbearable?
If this sounds like your situation, don’t be upset. This article covered you.
There are two basic ways to make cleaning a painless exercise:
Either rent one cleaning service do the job or do it yourself.
Using a cleaning service is not difficult. All you have to make sure is that service delivery is first class and affordable. Other important things to check are the level of customer support, the testimonials available, the service guarantee and the ease of doing business.
During the research phase, you need to compare as many cleaning services as possible to determine the best fit for you. As soon as you have found one that ticks all the boxes, you can make your request. It’s that easy.
On the other hand, it is also easy to do it yourself, provided you use the right techniques. Below, I’ll share three simple ways to make cleaning the house a painless exercise. Find out what they are …
- Make a plan
This is a no-brainer. Scheduling the cleaning exercise before you start will increase your productivity as the process is quick and easy. You will get a clear overview of what you have to do at each point and can carry out the cleaning exercise in a coordinated and sequential manner.
You must take into account the time available and the area to be covered. For mothers who stay at home and who are likely to enjoy more time flexibility; The cleaning process is usually less stressful. For people with day jobs, cleaning is usually done on weekends.
In any case, you should provide the necessary materials and set a realistic time frame for the entire cleaning exercise. Divide the house into sections and go one by one. During cleaning, you can take short breaks to recharge your batteries. If you have to eat, only eat light so that you don’t get tired quickly.
More importantly, the smart approach is to start on the hardest part and move the simpler parts towards the end. That way, it would be easy to finish the job if you got tired later.
- Use a checklist
A Checklist is an important tool for planning. It contains a list of the required items, lists the things you need to do, and also acts as a reminder. A checklist gives you a clear overview of the tasks that need to be done and the order that is required to complete the job.
To make the process effective, it is important to arrange the tasks and materials you need to complete them in order of priority. Also make sure to mark progress as complete parts of the house that have been cleaned as you progress.
When you’re done, move on to the next line of action. It goes without saying that aside from the checklist that will help you do more in less time, the fact that many of the tasks have been completed creates a sense of accomplishment and encourages you to do more.
- Involve others
The bigger the house, the more overwhelming the cleaning exercise appears. The way out? Involve others in the cleaning process. Teamwork encourages division of labor and reduces early fatigue. Ultimately, the total time is limited so you can do more.
Set a suitable time for everyone in the house and divide the portions according to the individual capacity. If you can’t bring them all together at the same time, it may be a good idea to do so in layers.
If you think more hands are needed, you may want to invite some friends too. Friends should help each other. It would be really helpful if you choose a time that works for everyone and give them enough time to include in their personal schedule.
In order for the entire exercise to be fun, refreshments and light music should be provided to improve mood.
I will end this article by saying that the easiest way to avoid a painful cleansing exercise is to maintain the habit of regular cleaning. This not only relieves your shoulders, but also keeps the house fresh at all times.