1-5-5 cleaning: how to make your home perfectly clean without a lot of effort

Julia PeschanskayaLife
Cleaning according to the "1-5-5" scheme

Housewives try to keep their homes clean to create a cozy and pleasant atmosphere. To do this, most people choose one day on the weekend to do a general cleaning, but not always have the time and desire to do so.

OBOZ.UA has found an effective method that will help you make your apartment perfectly clean without putting in much effort. The "1-5-5" scheme will make your life much easier.

This method involves cleaning a separate room for a week. Write down five tasks to do in each room and choose five things to get rid of.

First, choose an area where you will clean, such as the bathroom, kitchen, bedroom, or living room. Then write a list of five tasks. For example, if you chose the kitchen, the list of actions could be as follows: wash the dishes, vacuum, mop the floor, dust, and put the food in the fridge.

Then choose five things to throw in the trash. It can be spoiled food, old rags, broken dishes, etc. This will help you avoid chaos and clutter and create more space.

This way you need to clean each room during the week. For example, Monday - kitchen, Tuesday - bedroom, Wednesday - bathroom, Thursday - living room.

Advantages of the "1-5-5" method:

  • Organization. You'll create a systematic approach to cleaning and be able to effectively distribute tasks.
  • Time. By choosing one area, you will save time and effort by paying attention to the little things.
  • Relaxation. By focusing on one room, you will have more time to relax and you will not overload your body with general cleaning in one day.

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