How to ensure that your home is always clean: secrets from experienced housewives
To keep your home clean and tidy, you need to clean it regularly. But there is a difference between neatness and cleanliness. You can wash the dishes, dust, and shine the surfaces, but haphazardly scattered things, cups on the table, and toys on the floor will make the room look untidy.
Cleaning experts advise learning a few important life hacks that will help ensure that your home is always clean. More details were provided in the Express edition.
You need to learn to pay attention to details. Try not to throw your clothes on the back of a chair at the end of the day; don't leave your shoes on the doorstep, but put them on a shelf right away, and hang the laundry in the closet as soon as it's dry. These simple rules will make your home look tidier.
Weekly big weekend cleanings are time-consuming and effortful. You can maintain cleanliness by following small daily rituals:
- Wash dishes immediately after meals
- Dust surfaces daily
- Put things directly on shelves or in cabinets
Get rid of unnecessary items. Do not accumulate a lot of old junk in your house. Don't clutter your apartment with old worn-out clothes, broken devices, or unnecessary accessories. The more free space you have, the cleaner the apartment looks.
Experts advise introducing a "recycling rule." Designate a special drawer where each family member will put things that are hardly used but may come in handy someday.
And set a time limit - for example, 1-3 months. If you don't need an item within this time frame, you should throw it away.
Let every thing have its place. This rule is important in every room. Designate a shelf for cereals and spices in the kitchen, a drawer for bedding in the bedroom, shelves for books and magazines in the living room, and places for toys in the nursery. This way, your home will always look tidy.
Earlier, OBOZREVATEL told you what things should never be stored in the kitchen.