My Weekly Cleaning Routine
via Clean Mama, with one change
- Monday: clean bathrooms + wash towels
- Tuesday: dust
- Wednesday: vacuum
- Thursday: wash floors
- Friday: catch-all day
- Saturday: wash sheets
I plan on sharing a post for the rest of the days of my cleaning routine over the next three Thursdays (I’ll combine Friday and Saturday into one post); last week, I shared how I clean my bathrooms, and today, sharing how I dust my home.
My Easy 6 Step Dusting Routine
- Tidy room to be dusted
- Remove everything from most used surfaces (like desks in the office, dressers/nightstands in bedroom, etc.)
- Wipe down all surfaces, top to bottom
- Wipe down cabinets and drawer fronts as necessary
- Wipe down windows as necessary
- Put everything back (I do this as I go!)
For more details, and to watch my dusting routine in action, you can watch me dust my home below or on YouTube here.
// How do you dust your home?
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Related: My Updated Cleaning Routine + The One Change That Made It Click + Cleaning Routine Series: Bathrooms (Monday) + Cleaning Routine Series: Vacuuming (Wednesday) + Cleaning Routine Series: Wash Floors (Thursday) + Cleaning Routine Series: Catch-All and Wash Sheets (Friday and Saturday) + 9 Benefits of a Clean Home
Mrs. Rooks says
Hello! Do you know by chance the dimensions of your guest bedroom? My hubby and I are newlyweds and just moved into our TINY apartment about 2 months ago. Our bedroom is so small, and I’m trying to make the best use of our space. Your guest room looks very similar to the size, and I love the furniture arrangement! If I could compare the sizes, that would help so so much! Thanks.
Blair Lamb says
I think it’s 10×12 feet!