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Perfect order: three cleaning rules from Japanese women

Yulia PoteriankoLife
The less stuff, the less chaos in the house

The need to clean constanly and the endlessness of this process can be demotivating, especially when there are small children in the house who are not yet able to help their parents with this. That's why Japanese housewives have developed several life hacks that help them maintain order without too much effort.

OBOZREVATEL talks about the basic principles that help Japanese women cope with cleaning with ease. This approach is based on three pillars.

Say goodbye to junk

Since there is practically no room for garbage containers in the narrow streets of Japanese cities, household waste is collected by special services from the door of the apartment. Therefore, in order not to keep a large amount of garbage around their homes, the Japanese prefer not to buy unnecessary things and get rid of unnecessary things in time. They keep only the necessary minimum of useful and serviceable things in the house that they use all the time. And everything that can be called junk is given away, sold or thrown away without regret.

Everything is in its place

If you put one thing in the wrong place after using it, it will create a slight mess. Then dozen things will turn into a serious mess, and several dozen will create a real chaos that will be very difficult to overcome. That's why the Japanese simply don't create this chaos. Everything that is used is immediately sent to its place of storage. No clothes on the chairs, unwashed cups in the rooms, or scattered appliances. Everything is in its own containers. The country's residents are true fans of storage systems.

Gadgets help a lot

Japan is famous for its advanced electronics. It also serves to facilitate everyday life. From the robotic vacuum cleaners we are already familiar with to drying cabinets, the most bizarre kitchen appliances, and special devices that wash windows themselves. Even garbage is put into buckets that then seal the bags themselves. No one feels lazy or spoiled because of this as the Japanese work very hard and therefore understand how valuable free time is, which should not be spent on endless cleaning.

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