It’s hard to keep your home clean.
As much as I love automated cleaning, sometimes you just have to put in the work yourself to get the job done right.
“I love cleaning my house!” – said no one ever.
It’s one of those things that you have to do, yet struggle to accomplish on a daily basis.
Enter the Cleaning Checklist
Here is where we come in.
I put together what I think is the most well thought-out (and dare I say best looking) cleaning checklist on the internet. If you are the type who gets the occasional urge to clean every single corner of the house, you will love this.
To make the daily grind of cleaning a little more fun, each task has its own colored icon. Every task is broken down by area and by frequency, with daily, weekly, and monthly checkboxes.
Why Use a Checklist
One of the advantages about using a checklist is that you just go down the list without fear of forgetting to do something. So you can you concentrate on pondering more important things, like what you are going to have for lunch tomorrow. You can also pick up right where you left off if you feel like taking a break.
Depending on where you live, you may not have a yard or a garage. Or you might have additional tasks you need to clean in your house. Add those additional tasks in the empty areas on the checklist, and cross out (or ignore) the parts you don’t need. Every house has different needs, and the only goal of using a checklist is to keep you organized.
Check it out For Yourself
Cleaning every day is hard to do, but you can’t ignore it for too long or you’ll end up with an unmanageable mess. We hope you find this checklist helpful. To check it out for yourself, just take a look.
Click the picture or the link below for a downloadable and printable PDF version of the checklist:
Your robot vacuum and automatic lawn mowers can only do so much. Until the day when we have fully automatic robot butlers, the burden of cleaning the house rests upon your shoulders. I hope this checklist makes that process a little easier.