How to Keep Your Home Clean and Organized

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Do you feel like your house is never truly clean, but don’t have enough time to devote to housekeeping? Do those dust-bunnies seem to never disappear? We’ve got some tips and tricks for you!

Keep Knick-Knacks at Minimal

Donate or store away anything that you don’t need daily. If you’re someone that collects knick-knacks, consider only keeping a few out at a time. Take a good, critical look at all of the surfaces in your home and make an effort to keep them as minimal as possible. The less stuff you have on surfaces, the easier it is to go around with a rag and your All-Purpose Cleaner and get the whole home dust-free in minutes.

Keep the Kitchen Clean - Every Time

Try to keep as few small appliances out in the open as possible – how often do you really use the deep-fry machine anyway? Wipe off surfaces and do the dishes while you cook. Clean up all kitchen counters immediately after cooking or eating. If you clean while you cook then the after-dinner cleanup will be a breeze!

Have Cleaning Supplies Handy in the Bathroom

Keep microfiber cloths, paper towels, and the All-Purpose Spray in the bathroom at all times, so you can do a quick wipe-down of counters right away when you see it’s starting to get mucky. If your cleaning supplies are right where you need them, then you’re more likely to do a speed-clean before things get out of control. Is it time to do a deep-clean in your bathroom? Check out our guide here!

Keep Clutter in Check

Put stuff away when you’re done using it, so things won’t start piling up on your floors, couches, and tables. If you see dirty socks on the floor, pick them up and take them to the laundry basket when you’re headed that way. Recycle junk mail as soon as you get it. In fact, go through your mail while standing at the recycling can! Take dirty dishes to the kitchen right after you finish eating. If you see a lot of things that need to be picked up, grab an empty laundry basket and quickly go through your home picking things up and dropping off items in the right places.

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