Cleaning Tips for Working Women

If you have a busy working schedule and don’t have enough time or power to clean and organise your home after work, you may need some help. To make your life easier, we asked professional cleaners London to give us advice how to deal with chores when we’re too busy, here is what they suggested:

  • When you finish work and arrive at home, don’t immediately getting down to cleaning and organising. Take at least 15 minutes to rest before doing any chore. Your body and mind need some rest.
  • When you feel that you have enough power to move on, you can start with getting rid of the clutter in your home. Just gather all newspapers and books around your home and order them. If you can’t throw away the small items all over your home, cleaners London advise you to get a big box and place them in it. Make sure that all dirty dishes are in the sink and all cloths in the wardrobe. You’ll spend less than half an hour doing these tasks, especially if you live in a small apartment.
  • Once you’ve got rid of all useless items and organised your home, make a two-minute break. Then wipe the table, shelves and other surfaces with a microfiber cloth or a damped cloth, depending on the type of surface.
  • If you’re too tired to go on, you can vacuum and mop the floor the next day. Just make sure that you do it at least 2 times a week. If you have a pet, cleaners London recommend that you do it even more than 3 time a week.
  • If you don’t have anybody to help you deal with all chores, take a breath and get down to washing the dishes. It’ll be much easier if you don’t let your sink fill and do the dishes daily.

The list of tasks isn’t short, but if you try to be organised and follow all of the cleaning tips above, you may find that home cleaning can be less tedious.


January 11, 2012 | Author: | Posted in Cleaning

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