A Basic Guide to Maintaining a Clean Home in Holland Park
Published on Tuesday, 23 July 2013
Cleaning, for many of us, is our most hated chore: it is an extremely time-intensive task that will just start all over again in the near future. Because it is such a hassle, many of us will neglect the chore due to its daunting and never ending nature. Leaving your house in Holland Park untidy for days on end just means having a tougher task when it comes to point where you will inevitably need to clean your home. Moreover, it is nice to maintain a clean house just in case you have any unexpected visitors. If you plan it carefully, then it need not be as harrowing a prospect as you may perceive.
First off, don't take on the task alone. Of course if you live a lone you'll have no choice to tackle it by yourself, unless you enlist the services of a cleaning company in the W8 region. Living alone, however, has the unique advantages of there being less mess to clean. But if you live in a household in Holland Park with other people, then everyone should pull their weight. Cleaning goes by much swifter and more efficiently the more people working on the task. Even if you have children, giving them simple chores around the house will make your life that much easier, as well as providing your children with discipline and the value of cleanliness.
With that in mind, the first step is draw up a cleaning rota. This should be a weekly rota where all the household chores that need doing are allocated to members of the household in the W11 area. If followed, it will mean everyone is doing their part and means that maintaining a clean household becomes that much easier. Make sure that if anyone has a preference of chores, and none of those preferences conflict, that they are given their chores of choice. For example, if someone is particularly fond of, or indifferent to, say, vacuuming, then give them that task. If the person doing the chore doesn't mind it, then they are that more likely to stick to the cleaning rota.
To ensure that all the cleaning needs in your house are taken care of, along with a rota you will need to be sure that your cleaning supplies are vast and stocked up. Bleach, bin bags, chemical agents to remove stains and dirt, carpet shampoo, you name it: whatever you need to get the job, you should always have in the house in the W11.
A further tip to ensure a tidy home is to make sure that everyone does the chores together. Solidarity in cleaning really makes it that much better. Cleaning with your friends or family with some music on the background might actually make the task enjoyable.
What is essential, as obvious as it is, is that everyone sticks to the cleaning rota. Now, this may be hard to do, and, if you press too much, you are likely to annoy people, especially if you live in a houseshare situation. But, here is a handy tip to ensure that everyone sticks to the task. Put in your kitchen in Holland Park, wherever you want, a 'Shame Jar'. A shame jar, for all intensive purposes, is the same as a swear jar but it is instead applicable to chores. For example, if someone misses out on their allocated chores, without good reason, then they will have to forfeit some money to the chore jar. How much money missed per chore is donated is up to you, but don't make it a too large an amount, or people will become annoyed, but don't make it too low, as people will see the amount needed to forfeit worthwhile for not doing, or delaying, the job.
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