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How to maintain Cleanliness in Homes and Offices

Once you have deep cleaned ( can be done by professional agencies available in market at reasonable prices )your home or office, it is time to maintain it. 
Maintaining a clean home or office space can create a peaceful and tranquil environment. Maintaining a clean environment really only takes a few minutes at the end of each activity before transitioning to the next.
Making it a habit to clean as you go is the most important factor in maintaining a clean home or office. Putting away items in their proper places when you are done with them, wiping down bathroom surfaces after use and wiping up spills as soon as they occur make maintaining a clean environment easier.
Having easy access storage is also essential for keeping a home or office clean. Draw organizers, shelving, bins and baskets can help make putting things away in a neat and orderly fashion.
When others share the environment, such as children and coworkers, getting them on board with cleaning up after themselves can also minimize the time it takes to maintain a clean and tidy environment.
For some people, having a designated cleaning time frame one or two times per week helps them to keep up with other general housekeeping tasks. Establishing a set time of day or day of the week to do the vacuuming, floors and other housekeeping tasks can help assure that they get done. Having set days to do laundry, grocery shopping, to pay bills and take care of other housekeeping related tasks can also make home and office maintenance either.
For those who share their environment with pets, using a lint brush to pick up stray hairs and vacuuming rugs and furniture daily can help to keep pet hair under control.
When considering your home or office maintenance schedule it is important to remember that everyone does not have the same cleanliness standards. Consider your level of cleanliness comfort and make your weekly cleaning schedule accordingly.
Daily Housekeeping Tasks

Kitchen Tasks
  1. Wipe down kitchen countertops
  2. Empty and clean dishes and sink
  3. Wipe down spots on the floor
  4. Wipe down stove top
  5. Wipe off microwave keypad
  6. Pick up crumbs with handheld vacuum
Bathroom Tasks
  1. Wipe down the sink and counter surface
  2. Wipe splatters off of the mirror
  3. Wipe down the toilet seat and cover
  4. Swish the toilet bowl with a toilet brush
  5. Spray cleaner on the shower curtain
Bedroom Tasks
  1. Make the bed
  2. Clean up nightstand
  3. Put clothes in the hamper
  4. Put accessories away
Living Room Tasks
  1. Pick up crumbs with handheld vacuum
  2. Straighten the couches
  3. Wipe tabletops
  4. Clear away clutter
  5. Office Tasks
  6. Put loose papers away
  7. Wipe down keyboard and screen
  8. Empty trash
  9. Sort mail
Weekly Housekeeping Tasks:
Kitchen Tasks
  1. Clean countertop
  2. Wipe down appliances
  3. Scrub sink and shine faucets
  4. Wash floors
  5. Wipe down counters
Bathroom Tasks
  1. Wipe down sinks and surfaces
  2. Scrub toilets
  3. Scrub tubs and showers
  4. Shine faucets
  5. Wash floors
General Tasks
  1. Dust
  2. Polish wood
  3. Vacuum rugs
  4. Sweep floors
  5. Wash floors
  6. Clean mirrors
  7. Shake or vacuum rugs
  8. Change linens
Depending on your family, you will need to determine how often to wash, dry and fold laundry. Whenever you do it, be sure to put away clean laundry promptly.

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