Let’s admit it: cleaning your home can be quite overwhelming. It’s when you have to start sifting through the clutter and realizing that you need replacement kitchen doors or whatnot.

However, no matter how tedious it may be: it must be done. Here are our easy steps on how you can get started on cleaning your home!

Start with the kitchen and dining room. Then, move on to all of the living rooms in the house including family rooms, dens, bedrooms, and more. Once you have finished that step it is time for bathrooms starting with the master bath then moving on to other full baths, powder rooms, or half-baths if any exist within your household.

Vacuum carpets or dust rugs. If you have wall-to-wall carpeting, consider hiring a professional service to shampoo the carpet every six months. This is especially important if anyone in your home has allergies, asthma, or pets that shed often. - Take a sponge or washcloth and wring out the excess water. Apply a small amount of dishwashing liquid to it, using circular motions to cleanse the surface where you’re working. Rinse thoroughly with fresh cool water after cleaning each section. - In areas that accumulate dirt easily such as around baseboards, wipe them down with vinegar diluted in warm water (four parts vinegar for one part warm water). This will kill any bacteria growing on these surfaces without leaving harmful residues behind like household cleaners can do if not rinsed completely off afterward.

Combine two cups hydrogen peroxide mixed with six tablespoons baking soda into a paste and apply this mixture liberally over any area needing scrubbing power – tubs, counters, sinks, and tiles. Scrub with a toothbrush or other small scrubbing brush (a sponge also works) to cleanse away stuck-on dirt.

Rinse thoroughly afterward to avoid possible irritation from any remaining hydrogen peroxide, which can dry out your skin without you realizing it until later on in the day when it’s too late!

Take one part white vinegar mixed into two parts warm water and use this solution as a final rinse after washing every surface of the bathroom – particularly those surfaces that are likely to accumulate mold such as around faucets, shower curtains, and so forth.

Clean the kitchen sink thoroughly with a natural cleaning solution such as baking soda or vinegar diluted in water. Rinse well and dry for shiny stainless steel appliances.

Scrub sinks to remove stains caused by mineral deposits from hard water. Use an abrasive cleaner like Comet or Ajax; follow up with a gentle cleanser to avoid scratching porcelain surfaces which can dull color or texture over time.

Keep bathrooms clean by wiping counters after every use and washing out showers and tubs at least once per week (more often if you have young children). The shower door should be cleaned weekly also using non streaking glass cleaner that is safe on Plex

Make sure you empty the garbage cans, take out the recycling bins and pick up clutter that has accumulated on counters or floors. Sweep and mop hard surfaces in living areas of your home to remove dirt and dust from shoes every day, especially if people with allergies live in your household or come into frequent contact with visitors who may have brought allergens inside.

Finally, finish up by tackling laundry areas before working through entryways like mudrooms.Keep an eye out for spills both inside and outside of each space as well as potential hazards such as tripping over toys left lying around near staircases where small children are present or pets who may get things they shouldn't be getting

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