Best Ways to Keep your Small Home In Westminster Clean
Published on Tuesday, 11 June 2013
A lot of people say small houses are easier to keep tidy, but are they really? When you consider how much stuff we have that we consider essential and the limited space in which we have to store it in, when you think about every time you get something out to use the house in Westminster looks untidy, and when you consider that when you want to put something away it is usually a mission to find a space which involved a 20 minute re-organisation of the space to get the thing to fit. A couple of things left on surfaces will automatically make the kitchen look cluttered, in short, no a smaller home is not easier to keep clean.
There are some things that you can do, however, to make your smaller home look clean and tidy without too much effort:
• Continually de-clutter your house in Westminster, SW1. Having minimal space unfortunately also means having minimal belongings. Go through your home and throw away anything that you don’t want, need or use anymore. Remember the less things you have the less you need to store and the less you need to clean!
• Anything you do keep must have somewhere that it can be permanently stored, so that once you have finished using it, it can be put away.
• Buy furniture that you can easily store, things that can be folded up or deflated and placed out of view.
• Consider buying furniture that does a number of jobs or has a number of purposes, so that you can cut down on the amount of furniture you have in your home.
• Do you have furniture that is on the floor or taking up surface space but could be placed on the wall? If you do then consider hanging this up, this includes things like flat screen televisions, this will create more surface space and make your rooms in the W1 region feel bigger. You can apply this to the kitchen too, if you have loose pans, crockery and utensils you could hang them up to create more surface space.
• Get the most out of the space that you have, use the height of the room, install shelving, put a bookcase against the wall, try to create as much floor space as you can.
• Keep on top of the tidying by putting things away as soon as you have finished using them, and tidying as you go. This is an especially useful tip for the kitchen.
• If you buy something new you must get rid of something old.
• Only buy the cleaning products and equipment that you need, in order to avoid cluttering up on them.
• Clean behind and underneath all of your furniture, even though it may be a struggle to pull some of your furniture out if the space is tight in your home in te SW1.
• Vacuum and polish on a daily basis, because your home in Westminster is small the dirt is going to collect in the space much quicker as it is being ‘lived-in’ more. Ensure you clean all surfaces in the kitchen with a good detergent or multi-purpose cleaner.
• Make yourself a cleaning rota and/or get yourself into a routine of keeping on top of the cleaning, the longer you leave it to do the longer it will take, and the more work will be involved.
• Get everyone in the house involved in the cleaning, so that it doesn’t take as long to do.
Whatever you do, don’t avoid cleaning your home, just because your house is small that doesn’t mean t can’t also look clean and tidy.
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