Building a Comprehensive Cleaning Routine

Building a Comprehensive Cleaning Routine

Maintaining a clean home and workspace offers numerous benefits that positively impact your physical, mental, and emotional well-being, as well as your overall productivity and quality of life. The importance of cleaning can never be understated as the range of benefits extends beyond just the aesthetics. 

Whether you are retired, going to school, or have a 9 to 5 job, establishing a firm cleaning routine is a crucial component of leading a healthy lifestyle. If you are struggling or want to enhance your cleaning routine, you are in the right place. Here’s a step-by-step guide to building a comprehensive cleaning routine:

  • Assess Your Space

Start by evaluating the areas that need regular cleaning. This may include living spaces, bedrooms, bathrooms, kitchens, and common areas. Make a list of all the rooms and areas that require attention.

  • Create a Cleaning Schedule

Determine how often each area should be cleaned. Some areas, like kitchens and bathrooms, may need daily or weekly cleaning, while others can be cleaned on a monthly or seasonal basis. Create a cleaning schedule that is realistic and manageable for your lifestyle.

  • Gather Cleaning Supplies

Stock up on cleaning supplies, including cleaning agents, brushes, mops, a vacuum cleaner, dusters, microfiber cloths, and any specialized cleaning tools required for specific tasks. It’s essential to have the right tools and products for the job.

  • Declutter

Before you start cleaning, declutter the area. Remove unnecessary items, organize, and put away things that are out of place. A clutter-free environment is easier to clean and maintain.

  • Dust and Wipe

Begin your routine by dusting and wiping down surfaces. This includes shelves, countertops, tables, and other horizontal surfaces. Use a microfiber cloth to capture dust effectively. Don’t forget to dust light fixtures, ceiling fans, and baseboards.

  • Vacuum and Sweep

For floors, use a vacuum cleaner or broom to remove dust and debris. Pay special attention to high-traffic areas and under furniture. If you have carpets, vacuum them regularly. For hard floors, mop as needed.

  • Kitchen Cleaning

Focus on the kitchen as it’s often the most heavily used area. Clean countertops, appliances, sink, and inside the microwave and oven after every use if possible. Don’t forget to wipe down the exterior of the refrigerator and cabinets weekly.

  • Bathroom Cleaning

Clean and disinfect bathroom fixtures, including the toilet, sink, shower, and bathtub at least once a week. Don’t forget to clean mirrors and replace or wash the shower curtain regularly as they can harbor germs if overlooked. Being one of the most used parts of the home or office, the bathroom needs regular attention. 

  • Bedroom Cleaning

In bedrooms, change bed linens regularly and vacuum or sweep the floors when required. You don’t have to wait for surfaces to get dust. You can take one day out or maybe fifteen minutes every day to dust your appliances and furniture including nightstands and dressers.

  • Seek Professional Help

Last but not least, if you are not sure how to approach cleaning your space or office, or want to learn more about the process, consider reaching out to professional cleaning teams like Tidy Team. Working with experts who are equipped with the right knowledge and tools can make a world of difference. 

Friendly and Professional Cleaning Team

Hiring a professional cleaning team can be an excellent choice if you want to maintain a clean and well-maintained home or workplace without the hassle of doing it yourself. That said, working with a well-trained and experienced cleaning team is equally important in that scenario. 

At Tidy Team, we take pride in offering the best-in-business services to both businesses and residential clients. From pressure cleaning, emergency cleaning, tile, and carpet cleaning to move-out cleaning, we provide many services. Call us today to book your appointment!