Does the thought of cleaning your house daily seem totally overwhelming? If so, you’re not alone. There aren’t many people out there that actually enjoy cleaning their house, but it’s an important part of getting rid of the germs and keeping you healthy. This Daily Cleaning Schedule breaks down daily tasks and makes it more manageable.
If you work on cleaning your house little by little, before you know it, the whole thing is going to be clean. And one day, you will wake up and realize that now all you have to do is maintenance cleaning and spot check cleaning. It’s a beautiful feeling to have!
What Cleaning Should Be Completed Daily?
People tend to think that to clean an area, it has to be all-or-nothing, but that just isn’t the truth. There are certain areas of your home that you’ll have to pick up or clean daily but they usually don’t take a ton of time or effort.
Sweeping your floors, cleaning the kitchen and spot-checking the other rooms of your home for laundry, etc. can all be things that are done each and every day.
Don’t forget to enlist the help of the kids when they’re home as well. I add their responsibilities to my free printable chore chart.
How To Establish A Cleaning Routine?
Getting into a cleaning routine takes a little bit of motivation and a schedule, just like the one we’re providing below! As long as you can write out what needs to be cleaned, you can hold your family accountable to make it happen. It’s amazing that writing down your tasks is such a powerful tool.
You’ll find that once you start cleaning areas of your home on a consistent basis, it becomes easier and turns into a routine, almost overnight. And you just might find that cleaning is a great way to de-stress, too! I love the feeling of walking into my kitchen and actually SEEING the countertops. 😁
How Can I Clean My House In 20 Minutes?
This is one of the best things about making out a daily cleaning checklist. You can easily clean your house in 20 minutes by just following the checklist. The reason that so many people don’t clean their house as frequently as they should is because they think of it like it’s an all-day event. And who has time for that, right?
But, if you do just a little bit daily, it makes all the difference in the world.
Daily Cleaning Schedule And FREE Printable
As mentioned earlier, a daily cleaning schedule will keep you on the right track for getting your home clean in no time at all. And if you’re looking for a few simple cleaning ideas for each room to get started, here are my recommendations.
Daily Cleaning Schedule for the Kitchen
- Sweep Floors
- Wipe down countertops
- Load/Unload Dishwasher
- Disinfect handles on fridge/cabinets
Daily Cleaning Schedule for Bedrooms
- Make beds
- Pick up clothes/items off the floor
- Put dirty laundry in the laundry basket
Daily Cleaning Schedule for Bathrooms
- Wipe down sink
- Take out any trash or dirty laundry
- Clean toilet bowl
- Sweep Floor
- Clean the mirrors
Daily Cleaning Schedule for the Living Room
- Dust Tables/surfaces
- Pick up items that don’t belong
Daily Cleaning Schedule for Other Areas of Your Home
- Declutter drawers
- Wipe down the front door glass
- Sweep front porch
- Wash and hang rugs out to dry
Pre-Printed and Blank Versions of the Printable
Most of the time, the pre-printed worksheet will cover 90% of your home, but there will be exceptions. We included a blank version as well so you can customize it to meet your needs.
As you can see, the tasks to clean your home don’t have to be time consuming. Just a few simple chores each day and your home will be sparkly fresh in no time at all!
We’ve created this simple Daily Cleaning Checklist so that you can be prepared for two weeks at a time.
Simply write down the chores for each room in your home, and check it off once you’re done for the day.
It’s fun to see your progress and also to stay on track! Think of it as a form of Spring Cleaning but not overly detailed or complicated.
Grab your Free Daily Cleaning Schedule HERE
(This printable is for personal use only)
How Do You Stay On Top Of Cleaning?
That’s the biggest question that people ask.
This cleaning checklist is our answer and we’re hoping it is for you, too. It holds you accountable and also lets the family join in and tackle the list as well. The easiest way to stay on top of cleaning is to do a little something each and every day.
Make Sure To Check Out Our Other Cleaning Printables!
- Weekly Cleaning Schedule (coming soon)
- Kids Cleaning Checklist
- Monthly Cleaning Schedule (coming soon)
- Speed Cleaning Checklist
- Spring Cleaning Checklist
Social Media Assistance With Cleaning
If you are passionate about your cleaning, make sure to join some Facebook groups like these so you can hang out with like minded buddies who keep you motivated! Note: We are not affiliated with any of these – they are just to help you get more ideas as you attack home cleaning!
- Cleaning Tips and Tricks Facebook Group
- Home Cleaning Tips and Tricks Facebook Group
- Home Cleaning and Organizing Community
What items will you be adding to your daily cleaning schedule?