Time is running fast in our society and many people find focusing on their careers impossible to coexist with simple everyday tasks, not to mention bigger projects like house cleaning. Why not ease this pain by creating a cleaning checklist? Having a checklist will help you clean faster and more efficiently, but it also helps tighten up the whole process of getting it done more speedily.
Having a checklist can make a big difference in house cleaning; it can save you time and make way to other valuable important things like studying, cooking, practising or simply spending time with the kids.
Here’s some good ideas for creating your checklist:
1. The date should be at the top of the list.
2. Divide the list into rooms.
3. Each room has “major” and “minor” tasks.
4. Make a check box for marking when the chore is completed.
5. Set a time for each cleaning job so you know approximately how long it will take.
6. At the end of the list have a box for “supplies needed” for when you run out of things.
7. You might want to add a box or line for commenting on which cleaning products you specifically like the best. You might want to note why you like it. Does the product create a better shine, clean better, remove grease? Write it down.
Print out a copy of your checklist and keep it with you as you clean each room. That way you won’t forget anything. It will also keep you organized and on the right track – you will not wander off and do ten million things at once. This is the way of staying more focused.
Even London cleaning professionals use checklists. After all, making checklists requires creativity.