Entry #2548, June 21, 2013
Summer is not just for vacation but also for getting your house fresh and clean. With kids enjoying their school vacation, you definitely have some helping hands available. But getting some help is just a bonus. You did the cleaning yourself previously, so you definitely can handle it anytime. All you need is a motivation!
Cleaning your home isn’t all about strength. You just have to plan ahead to save yourself strenuous effort and time. Time matters a lot since you have other things to do for the day apart from cleaning. That’s why you have to make sure that you maximize your time in cleaning.
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Begin by decluttering the entire area
This is very important when you want to finish cleaning your home fast. Decluttering your area first will give you enough space to move around without something blocking your way. This will certainly increase your efficiency and effectiveness in cleaning.
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Organize your cleaning tools and equipment
This should help you clean faster and better. You can place your tools and equipment in a tote bag or plastic organizer. This way, it will be easier for you to access your tools and equipment. You can bring it over and have it placed near beside you. You can save a lot of time moving around to get what you need.
Take advantage of technology
Instead of using brooms, use a vacuum cleaner as an alternative. This should lessen your time and efforts cleaning your home especially the corners. Also, you have to acquire long extension cord for you to reach farther distance without transferring to another power outlet. There’s no question that vacuum cleaner works far better than a broom. So, take advantage of it.
These helpful ideas should give you more time to your family and have more relaxing time to yourself. So, don’t allow cleaning to burn you out and your precious time. Plan ahead and consider the above-mentioned ways to save time. Enjoy cleaning your home this summer!
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