Everyone hates cleaning, yet everyone loves a tidy home. Is there a quick and easy method to clean your house?

Most beginners are unsure whether to dust or vacuum first. They are undecided as to whether they should clean the kitchen first or the bathroom second.

To make the most of your time and clean your home quickly, follow this step-by-step guide based on years of experience:

Fast House Cleaning Tips

Replace Your Old Cleaning Products

There are a variety of specially developed products that can help you with cleaning and other chores while reducing strain.

Take, for example, kitchen cleaning. Get rid of that old pump spray that you’ve had for a long time. Squeezing them is like squeezing a tennis ball! A product like deft can help you clean with comfort if you have hand pain or arthritis. Deft products are 95 percent easier to squeeze than traditional trigger sprays. Deft is also finger-friendly and 2x faster to apply, giving you more time to clean.

Gather All Your Cleaning Tools in a Caddy

Having everything you need to clean in one convenient place, whether it’s a caddy, bucket, or bag, makes the task much simpler. You won’t have to spend time searching for tools while cleaning, and you won’t have to worry about gathering them before your next cleaning session.

Clean The Whole House, Not One Room At A Time

Cleaning is considerably more efficient if you choose one job (dusting, vacuuming, mopping) and repeat it in every area of the home, rather than cleaning the whole kitchen, bathrooms, and bedrooms. This way, you won’t feel like you’re stuck in a never-ending cleaning cycle, doing the same job over and again.

Vacuum and Dust

Make sure the ceiling fans are switched off before you begin dusting. Concentrate your dusting efforts on the tops and undersides of furniture, as well as handrails, knickknacks, picture frames, and television screens. Attach a microfiber cloth to the base of a mop or broom for hard-to-reach places like blinds and higher shelves. Before vacuuming, change the sheets in the bedrooms.

Disinfect Surface Areas and Countertops

Wipe clean all hard surfaces in your home, including worktops, appliances, and cupboards, as well as doorknobs, light switches, TV remotes, and telephones. Some of such surfaces should be disinfected, especially those that may spread germs to people’s fingers and faces. We recommend using deft for cleaning surface areas and countertops since these sprays are arthritis-friendly and designed to eliminate hand pain when cleaning. Deft’s clever technology produces a continuous, precise spray, eliminating the need for painful pumping.

Focus On Sinks, Tubs, and Toilets

Start with the kitchen sink, then go 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 start cleaning. Don’t forget to clean the microwave’s inside. Clean toilets last.

Keep Moving When Vacuuming

When vacuuming, don’t stress about getting into every nook and corner. Simply keep moving around the home, vacuuming every carpeted room in a single pass.

Some tasks don’t have to be done every week. Waxing the furniture, cleaning the windows, and washing the area rugs and bath mats are just a few examples. Inspect the accessories and make your own decision.

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