Efficient Home Cleaning Tips for Super Busy Homes


When our lives are busy, the last thing that we have time for is cleaning. Not only is it something that most people dislike doing, it is also time-consuming and the tasks never seem to end. However, a clean and organized environment is essential so that you can feel pleasant and comfortable in your own home, so there is no way around this issue. However, there are a few tips that might help you make your efforts more worthwhile and your home spick and span!

Get rid of unnecessary clutter

Clutter is the main enemy of an organized home, not only because it is unsightly but also because it makes you stressed out, not to mention it literally hinders you in keeping the place clean. So, the first step is getting rid of all the unnecessary clutter that has accumulated over time. Too many knick-knacks on the shelves will just collect dust and you’ll have to wipe them more often. It is also difficult to quickly clean the kitchen counter if it’s loaded with all kinds of things. So, throwing out clutter, getting good storage solutions and organizing your space so that surfaces can remain empty and clean is a good start.

Don’t try to do everything at once

Trying to clean up your entire home in one day is overwhelming. Not only will you get tired and unmotivated early into your endeavor, but you won’t get a chance to do what you like during the little free time that you have. So, don’t try to do everything at once. Make a list of priorities, deal with the space that is the dirtiest first, and leave the rest for next time. It’s actually better for your immune system if not everything is bacteria-free around you. If there is still too much to do, try to split up the tasks and do a quick, 15-minute cleaning session every evening to keep things under control.

Keep cleaning supplies at hand

Sometimes, we don’t feel like getting started just because the cleaning supplies are all the way across the house. This is why it would be very beneficial for your cleaning efforts to get all the necessities and keep each cleaning supply just where you use it. If spillage happens, for instance, you can deal with it instantly instead of leaving it for later, making it more difficult and time-consuming to clean once it has set.

Choose materials that will make it easier

The amount of effort you need to put into keeping something clean heavily depends on how easily cleanable it is. So, if you want to make things easier for yourself in the long run, investing in materials that won’t be too fussy can be a game-changer. For instance, a durable wool carpet is naturally resistant to soiling, as opposed to some synthetic carpets, which means that you will have an easier time removing a stain, should there be any. Washable wall paint is another option to consider in order to maintain a clean appearance.

Make it more interesting

Most of us hate cleaning because it’s boring and we’d rather be doing something else. However, what if you could be doing two things at the same time and have a little more fun while, let’s say, folding the laundry? You can put on some of your favorite music, or if that is not interesting enough, you can go for a podcast or even an audiobook and keep yourself entertained while getting some tedious tasks out of the way.


Remember that you are not the only person living in that household and you don’t have to do everything yourself. If you feel like there is not enough time for you to manage it all, you are more than allowed to get everyone involved. Delegate some of the tasks to your partner or children, if you have any, and you will see that everything gets done much faster. It will take a lot of weight off your shoulders and it can even serve as family bonding time, too.

We need to find ways to keep our homes clean even when our schedules are super busy. Hopefully, the aforementioned tips will help you manage the cleaning with more ease.


Author Bio: 

Maggie Holmes is a passionate blogger who writes on renovation, fashion, technology and business. Her hobby is to surf the net to find amazing articles that can inspire her with some fresh ideas for article writing. She loathes being a common person who wastes her time. Follow her on twitter at https://twitter.com/MaggieH04666334

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