9 Easy Cleaning Tips For Your Home

We all want a clean home but cleaning is quite a tedious task. We don’t know where to start and still we want it fast and easy. Now that most of us are at home and we can’t help but notice those dirt and grimes sticking out on the corners of our home. Prepare your cleaning supplies and rubber gloves; we'll show you where to start and what to prioritize. Here are 9 easy cleaning tips for your home:

Focus on the whole house

We have a tendency to ignore the rest of the house and concentrate solely on one space. Make sure that whatever you do in other rooms, such as sweeping, dusting, vacuuming, and mopping, is also done in other rooms. Rather than cleaning different rooms in an order, do the same task in every room of the house. This way, you won't feel like you're stuck in a never-ending cleaning cycle, repeating the same work over and over.

Remove Clutters

Go around each room and clear up the clutter before you begin cleaning. Consider if you should put each item away, dump it, or donate it as you pick it up – magazines, well-read paperbacks, worn sneakers, etc.

Dusting and Vacuum the Rooms

Make sure the ceiling fans are switched off before you begin dusting. Dust the tops of furniture and the undersides of shelves, as well as handrails, picture frames, knickknacks, and television screens. Tie a microfiber cloth to the end of a mop or broom for hard-to-reach spots like blinds and top shelves.

Change the linens in the bedrooms before cleaning. Don't stress about getting into every nook and cranny when cleaning a vacuum. Continually move through the house, vacuuming every carpeted room in one pass.

Sweep and Mop

Now, sweep every area especially clean the kitchen and bathroom floors with a broom. Start mopping in the furthest corner of the room and work your way backwards to the entryway (don't mop yourself into a corner). Every time you finish a 4-by-4-foot area, rinse the mop.


Wipe all mirrors and glass surfaces clean with one damp microfiber cloth followed by one dry cloth. Wipe off all hard surfaces in your home, including worktops, appliances, and cupboards, as well as doorknobs, light switches, TV remotes, and telephones.


You should disinfect all locations where you wipe surfaces, especially those that could spread germs to people's fingers and faces. Mix one-fourth to a half cup of white or apple cider vinegar with a cup of water to make a harmless disinfecting solution.

Clean sinks, tubs and toilets

Start with the kitchen sink, then move on to the bathroom sinks, tubs, and toilets. Allow just a few minutes for the cleaner to dissolve the debris and stains. After that, go back to the kitchen and begin scrubbing. Don't forget to clean the microwave's interior. Toilets that are clean last the longest.

Clean Your Driveways

When you've finished cleaning the inside of your home, it's time to move on to the outside. Cleaning the exterior, particularly your driveways and patios, may begin right now. Although these places are difficult to wash and clean; but with a pressure washer you can easily clean these areas, as well as your sidings, decks, and furnishings.

Regularly Clean Your Cleaning Tools

Remember to clean your cleaning tools on a regular basis. Maintaining your cleaning products is an often ignored aspect of cleaning the house. Cleaning with a dirty mop or a vacuum with a full bag is ineffective, and you'll wind up wasting more time.

Easily follow this tip and we hope these pointers are useful to you as you clean your house.

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