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Cleaning is something that can be enjoyable, but it’s important to have plenty of time to spend doing other things too. We can allow the cleaning routine to get overwhelming, especially if you’re one to avoid doing any cleaning until the weekend. Here are some tips to spend less time cleaning.
Stick On Music To Stop Procrastinating
Music can be a real motivator when you’re feeling demotivated or not in the mood to clean. The last thing you want to do is to spend all day or a whole afternoon having to clean when you can just as easily get it done in a couple of hours.
The size of your home will obviously affect how long it takes. However, procrastination is something that can easily happen, and it’s important to stop yourself from getting distracted when it comes to cleaning. Try some different types of music, whether it’s turning on the radio station that you love or putting on a specific playlist that you’ve created. Find what works for you and what songs are going to get your motivated to clean quicker.
Clean As You Go
Cleaning up as you go is certainly going to be the best way of getting things done quickly. If you’re taking a bit of time throughout the week to clean up after yourself and to do the little things needed, you will find cleaning, in general, a lot easier.
It also helps if you have a little helper like Roborock. This can be a great way of having the hoovering done for you without needing to do it every other day.
Declutter Your Home
Decluttering your home is worth doing when it comes to making it easier to clean. The less stuff you have cluttering up the space, the better! Work through your home on a regular basis and try to get rid of anything that you no longer need.
Over time, we can certainly collect and hoard our fair share of items. Do this as a household so that you get rid of everything necessary. It will make cleaning easier when you have less floor space that’s covered by things that don’t have a home elsewhere.
Create Cleaning Routines That Work
A cleaning routine is something that will be different from home to home. It’s important that you’re picking what works for you and finding a schedule that suits. If you’re someone who is very busy, then you might do very minimal cleaning in the week and focus most of it on the weekend.
If you’re someone who wants the weekends free, then it’s worth doing as much of the cleaning as possible during the week. Work to a schedule that works for both you and your household. That way, everyone does their fair share, and it’s a system that is effective.
Spending less time on the cleaning is definitely something that many households would like. Use these tips to help save your time and to make cleaning easier.