It is no secret that a clean house is a much more pleasant place to be. Alongside the aesthetics of a dirt free home, there is obviously the idea that tackling dust and dirt will clean the air, and give much less chance of allergens and airborne bacteria becoming an issue. Should you find that you are having a hard time cleaning the house regularly enough for this to become a reality, then you have a few options. The first option is a popular one, but it is not for everyone. Getting a domestic cleaning service will give you a fair bit less stress and a little more free time in your life; sure, you will still have to vacuum sometimes, and tidy up after yourself, but the main bulk of the cleaning will be done by the cleaner. The experience that a professional domestic cleaner has will mean that they can get your place looking great in a lot less time than you would as well, so sometimes the expense of the job is not as much as you would think, and also well worth the cost! However, if you feel that you are not quite at that point of desperation, then it is certainly worth looking in to how you can make the cleaning less of a burden upon your already hectic schedule.
To put it simply, you need to work the cleaning in to your life, rather than feeling like you have to schedule points during the week where you concentrate solely on cleaning. This may sound a little abstract, but it makes sense if you think about it. In reality, the jobs that domestic cleaning entails are not that difficult, they are just numerous. If you could fit these small jobs in with your day to day tasks, then there is a great deal that can be done without having to concentrate on the cleaning in any large way. For instance, you can wipe down all of the surfaces in the kitchen in the time it takes to boil a kettle. If you have ten minutes before you have to leave for work, you can vacuum at least two rooms. These sorts of moment throughout the day will usually be filled with nothing particularly useful, so why not make them work for you, so that you don’t have to spend the weekend doing it all in one big go?
In order to keep these jobs short, it does mean that you have to do them more regularly. The dusting in the living room will be a five minute job if you do it every Wednesday, as you will simply need to run a duster over every hard surface. However, if you do it every three weeks, then it will take fifteen minutes, as the build up of dust will mean that you have to spend time shaking the duster out, and ensuring that you have gotten rid of the build up. The same goes for anything - leave the oven uncleaned for weeks and the build up will mean that it takes an hour to get it properly clean. Do it every week, and it will be a ten minute job. Simply re-looking at the way that you do things will ensure that you are not just going through the motions for the sake of avoiding change, but cleaning in an effective and efficient way, that suits your lifestyle!