Follow these simple weekly cleaning  steps to make your home looking fresh and clean all year round. 

Bathroom Cleaning – Bathrooms are one of the dirtiest rooms in the house. Every week, clean and disinfect the toilet, sink and shower. This will help get rid of germs and keep soap scum and mould in check, making future clean-ups even easier.

Clean Carpet and Hardwood Floors – Vacuum or sweep floors at least once a week, more often if you have pets or small children. Keep on top of kitchen floors by making them a part of regular after-dinner clean-up. Use your favourite hardwood floor cleaner once a week, but make sure it’s safe to use on the type of wood floors in your home.

 Wash Bedroom Sheets, Wash Kitchen and Bathroom Towels – There’s something wonderful about slipping between a pair of fresh bedsheets. While you’re washing your bed sheets, wash your bathroom and kitchen towels, too.

Monthly Cleaning-  Monthly housecleaning tasks don’t need to be performed all at once. instead, schedule one each week. Once a week, clean out the refrigerator, wash windows, dust ceiling fans or clean the inside of your washing machine. The more you get done now, the less you’ll have to do when it’s time to do monthly chores.

 Do Surface Dusting -wipe down where papers, magazines, even socks tend to accumulate.  Take time to re-organize a drawer or shelf.organise your chores into a manageable routine

Disinfect  – Wipe down stair railings, doorknobs skirtings and other areas that are touched often and can harbour serious germs and specks of dirt

Microwave and Fridge–  Clean the microwave and fridge and remove all spills or splashes before they become encrusted on the inside surfaces.

Major appliances – Wipe down the major surfaces that are other often-used, both inside and out.

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