Deep Cleaning Schedule!!
I'm not Martha Stewart. I'm no June Cleaver. I'm simply a twenty-four year old homemaker. Below is a schedule I came up with for the week to help me keep an organize home. Some tips are from my mom. My mother in law. And the rest from me. I have had the oppurtunity to share my schedule with my mom and my best friend. I even shared my schedule with a face book page I belong to called "Giving my husband a healthy wife." I guess they appreciated it because one morning while checking my email, I noticed a shout out to me. "I printed Grace Garmon's cleaning schedule. Guys she has great tips if you want help getting your house in order." I guess you can say I was honored and touched. So feel free to use my cleaning schedule if you wish. However I advise that if you do use it, please email me any comments and feedback. (-:
Monday: Clean guest bathroom. Empty waste basket. Spray air freshener to basket to make the room smell nice. Spray bleach or comet in toilet bowl. Let soak! Clean mirror with paper towel and windex. Head over to master bathroom. Repeat. Empty waste basket. Spray air freshener. Spray bleach or comet in toilet bowl. Let soak! Clean mirror with paper towel and windex. Head back to guest bathroom to clean the toilet. Head over to the master bathroom and repeat. Clean toilet bowl.
Tuesday: Sweep kitchen floor. Mop kitchen floor. Sweep entry way if you have one. Vaccum living room and bedrooms. Give guest bathroom tub and or shower what ever you have a good scrub down with either bleach or comet!
Wednesday: Strip any beds you have in the house. Spray lysol on the mattress to kill any grim and dirt and bacteria. Throw sheets in wash. While they are washing collect bath hand towels and body towels and kitchen towels. Once sheets are done washing throw in dryer and throw towels in washer. While they are doing their thing, squeeze in a scrub down of your master bathroom shower and or tub what ever you have. *Tip* If you have any other sheets in your closet or where ever, use it on the bed. So come next week, you can replace with the ones you washed and dried. It may sound confusing but you will get the hang of it trust me or drop me a line and I be more then happy to explain this.
Thursday: Focus on straightening up here and there. Be happy it's almost the weekend and you have a clean home. *Knock on wood* That's unless if you have running little children around the house or indoor animals.
Friday: Smile. Breathe. It's the weekend!
Saturday: If you have a significant other and it's their weekend. Relax. Kick back with them. Don't bother lifting a finger. However if you plan on going out for the day, may I suggest give your kitchen a good wipe through with a wash rag and wash any dishes you have by hand and leave them in a dish drainer to drain. Kill two birds with one stone when you get back, and you can simply put the dishes away.
Sunday: Enjoy your last day of the weekend. And get your mind and body ready for Monday for this starts all over again. But admit it, "A clean home is a happy person (-: " Or in my case when I clean my husband has a smile on his face saying "Wow! The house sure is clean! Is the president coming over?" (-: