How to Clean a House

Keeping a whole house clean all by yourself can be a big undertaking, especially if you never learned how to clean a house while growing up. It’s also something that’s not particularly fun to do, so if there is a way to get it done quickly and efficiently, then it’s more likely to get done.

red handled broom sweeping a floor

Keeping a clean house is not only important for our health…who wants to eat food cooked in a dirty kitchen?…but it is also a way that we can show love to our families by providing them with a tidy, comfortable place in which to eat, sleep and just be together.

Although I’m not big on Spring Cleaning (even though it’s not as bad as you think), this season is usually a good time to really give your house a good cleaning from top to bottom, as it’s been collecting dust all winter long and could use a good freshening.

No matter if you are a seasoned housekeeper or a brand new wife and mother that has no idea on how to keep up a house, you can benefit from this information. I’ve divided up the series by rooms:

Freshening the living room

How to Clean Wooden Floors
How to Clean Carpets Yourself
How to Clean Blinds
How to Clean a Piano
Dusting Hacks to Make Cleaning Easier

Cleaning up the Kitchen

How to Clean the Oven
How to Clean a Dishwasher
How to Clean Countertops
How to Clean a Coffee Maker
How to Clean a Microwave

gloved hand cleaning under the toilet rim with a toilet brush and cleanser

Tackling the Bathrooms

Best Bathroom Cleaning Products
How to Clean a Toilet
How to Clean a Bathtub
How to Clean Vinyl Floors
How to Make Bathroom Cleaning Fun

Extra Cleaning Tips

The Best Eco-Friendly Household Cleaning Products
How to Clean a Washing Machine
How to Clean Lamp Shades
Holiday Cleaning Tips
30-Day House Cleaning Challenge

Tell me: What are your biggest struggles in keeping your home clean?

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