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Keeping up with the household chores can often seem overwhelming, especially if you live in a big house. But it doesn’t have to be this way.
As one of the most experienced cleaning companies in Sydney, Maid in Sydney can assist you with these small chores, so the house cleaning doesn’t get on top of you.
Make your bed
You can make your bedroom look clean and tidy in just a few minutes, by simply making the bed. It will get your day off to a great start, and we know you’ll love climbing into a freshly made bed at the end of the day.
Start the day with laundry
Laundry is a time-consuming chore, so try to get in the habit of throwing in a load first thing in the morning. If you don’t have time to dry it before work, put your washing machine on delay (if your machine has this feature), so it will be for the dryer when you get home.
Alternatively, you can simply place a load of laundry in the machine and turn it on when you get home. The important thing is making sure you make some time wash, dry and put the clothes away.
Do a 15 minute nightly tidy up
Get the family involved in cleaning the house by doing a 15 minute tidy up each night. Grab a stopwatch, and stick to the main areas that need serious cleaning. Start with the essential chores, that just can’t wait – like vacuuming or tidying the kitchen.
The kids can clean their rooms or do the dishes, while you fold and put away the laundry, for example.
Never leave a room empty handed
This small habit can make a huge difference to the overall cleanliness of your home. As you move from one room to the next, while cleaning, scan the space to see if there’s anything you can take with you where you’re going. It can be as simple as putting away some dishes or putting some laundry in the correct drawers and cupboards.
For professional home cleaning services throughout Sydney, please contact the friendly Maid in Sydney team today.