by Lee Wyatt
(last updated November 28, 2016)
If you are looking for a good way to reduce the amount of time you spend on cleaning your home, then one way to do that is by creating a cleaning plan. Simply put, a cleaning plan is a guide that you can use to ensure you get your entire home, car, office, or any thing else that you need cleaned in an organized and timely manner. One way to look at it is that a cleaning plan is a plan of attack that you can use to ensure you are combating the forces of dirt and grime more efficiently.
When you consider whether you should create a cleaning plan or not, there are a few simple things that you need to keep in mind.
Remember that deep cleaning will usually need to be conducted a little differently than is outlined here. Ideally, if you follow and maintain a good cleaning plan you will only need to conduct some deep cleaning once every six months. That being said though, there will be times and situations that arise that are going to require you to update or change your schedule and plan. In such situations, simply go with it and react accordingly.
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