Cleaning Checklist

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  • Rinsing dishes right after use makes it easy to remove food.
  • Move appliances to remove dust or crumbs from behind them.
  • Run garbage disposal to clean it out.
  • Always wipe up spills as soon as they happen.
  • This will reduce the need for a full mop job to once per week.
  • Check your refrigerator daily and use up leftovers before they spoil.
  • Take food out of the freezer that will need time to thaw.
  • This will allow them to dry and keep them fresh longer.
  • Rinse sink right away after brushing teeth.
  • Hang an automatic shower sprayer or use a hand-held spray to keep soap scum from building up on shower walls.
  • Avoid clutter on your counters. Put everything away after use.
  • Replace empty rolls.
  • Keep your bathroom waste basket lined with a small bag to make it convenient to empty.
  • Pay attention to corners and edges.
  • Vacuuming will be done once per week.
  • A neat bed makes your entire room look better.
  • Keep it near where you undress.
  • A hook or hanger outside your closet will make it easy to assemble your outfit the night before.
  • If you have finished a book, put it in a bag to return to library or place back on your bookshelf.
  • Have baskets or boxes to store small items.
  • Throw out junk, file or pay bills, and put magazines in rack.
  • Wash out their bowls when they finish eating.
  • This should be done twice per day if you have multiple cats.
  • Removing loose hair will keep it off your furniture and carpets.
  • Check with a finger to determine if plants need water.
  • Checking laundry each day will keep you from being overwhelmed with a mountain of laundry on the weekend.
  • Check backpacks of school-age children; take care of any paperwork that must return to school.
  • Rotating through your rooms will keep dust from building up.
  • Anything that will take less than 10 seconds to complete should be done right away.
  • It will immediately make your living room look neater.
  • When bringing home groceries or other merchandise, put everything away, then dispose of bags, or use to line trash containers.
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