Do you have a schedule to get all your cleaning done or do you just do what you see needs doing?
I'm thinking of making a bit of a schedule but I suck at routine so I may just be waisting my time.
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06-08-2015 09:36 #1
Do you have a cleaning schedule?
06-08-2015 09:56 #2
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06-08-2015 11:52 #3
Daily: dishwasher, load of washing (routine for who goes when), wipe benches, general pick up
Mon: change linens, tidy lounge, bing clean kitchen, vacuum lounge, kitchen and entry
Tues: fold laundry, clean kids bedrooms
Wed: clean our bedroom and hallway. Vacuum all bedrooms and hallway
Thurs: bathrooms and toilets
Fri: lounge and kitchen, vacuum lounge kitchen and entry
Sat: outside and mop kitchen
Sun: clean out car
06-08-2015 12:17 #4
Not really but I put washing on either first thing in the morining or an hour before bed then I hang it out. Dishwasher goes on before I get into bed and gets emptied the next day some time.
Bathroom/laundry I clean as I go.
Floors get mopped just before we go out or just before bed.
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06-08-2015 18:54 #5
I've got a bit of a schedule;
Daily: Make beds, dishwasher, empty bins, general tidy up before bed.
Monday: Wash kids clothes, fold and put away same day, attempt to dust.
Tuesday: Clean floors, wash towels
Wednesday: Wash adults clothes, fold and put away, clean bathrooms/toilets.
Thursdays: Wash kids clothes, fold and put away.
Fridays: Change all sheets, wash, fold and put away. Vacuum and mop whole house.
Saturday: Adults clothes, big clean out of pantry, fridge etc.
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06-08-2015 19:44 #6
The boys make their beds when they get up and we make ours. Dishes are always done before departing in the morning and before we go to bed at night. I do a load of washing every second morning and it's hung out before I leave the house then taken off the line and folded up that afternoon. Bin is emptied every night. Floor swept daily. Much easier to clean as we go.
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06-08-2015 19:50 #7
Mine goes like this;
Oh crap, someone is c coming over.
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06-08-2015 19:52 #8
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06-08-2015 20:04 #9
Daily - dishes, playroom floor mopping and general tidy up.
Sunday - 2x loads of washing, vacuuming and cooking/baking for the week.
Monday - 1x load of washing and quick bathroom clean
Tuesday - put away 1x washing and tidy my room.
Wednesday - wash towels and do ironing.
Thurs- 1x washing with bathrooms and quick vacuum
Friday - proper kitchen clean
Saturday - sheet wash and change, tidy kids room
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06-08-2015 20:22 #10Senior Member
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Washing on of a night, out in the morning, of a night I fold up the morning load
Wipe over bathroom
Tidy the house
Vaccum after dinner
Prep the next day's dinners and lunch boxes
Set out all clothes for next day
All sheets and towels washed
Proper vacuum, dust
Clean out fridge
Proper clean bathroom
Windows if I have time
De clutter one room per weekend.
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