Are you Deep Cleaning House? Ready for things to be bright and sparkly again? I might suggest starting with our 30-Day Declutter challenge so that your deep cleaning stays clean. My next suggestion is to print off our Fast clean cards and deep clean cards.
Here’s how they work well for deep cleaning house:
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Deep Cleaning House with Deep Clean Cards
The most horrible part about deep cleaning your house, is the amount of time it takes to do it. This is likely because you have neglected really small tasks, that have built up to be something large. That’s okay, it’s easy to do. Which is why we created fast and deep clean cards. The idea behind using deep clean cards for deep cleaning house, is that you will be frequently deep cleaning each room so that it doesn’t have a chance to build up to something large and difficult. And the quick clean cards are for days when you are in a rush and just want to keep your house tidy.
I might suggest that you pick one day a week for deep cleaning, and on the rest of the days, you do a fast clean.
Deep Cleaning House the Easy Way: How to make the Reference Cards
To make your deep cleaning and fast cleaning reference cards, simply print out and laminate, or print out and put into sheet protectors. Laminators are really affordable these days, so I highly recommend having one! I have this one.
Once you have laminated or placed into a sheet protector, attach a binder ring and you are good to go! You can hang your cards in one place, or if you delegate chores in your home, I recommend having each card in it’s corresponding room (like on the inside of the cabinet using one of these hooks).
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- Deep Clean of Living Room
- Deep Clean of Family Room
- Deep Clean of Bedroom
- Deep Clean of Bathroom
- Deep Clean of Kitchen
- Fast Clean of Living Room
- Fast Clean of Family Room
- Fast Clean of Bedroom
- Fast Clean of Bathroom
- Fast Clean of Kitchen
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