Working from home means your home must fill two big roles—it’s the place you live and where you work. You’re saving time on transportation it’s great for moms like me, but there’s going to be more cleaning required when you’re spending each waking hour in your home. There are two valuable and disturbing cleaning tasks that you won’t have to deal with as often. Here are amazing tips for how to make the greatest of this extra cleaning
Keep it Clean : Dry Clean Your Clothing
When was the last time you slid into a power suit? Yeah, we imagined so. But it means you’re saving a lot on dry cleaning. On the off chance, you need to restore a piece of dry-clean-only clothing.
Keep it Clean : Your Car
Who doesn’t bypass cleaning their car? Transporting the cleaning supplies and a vacuum out there is just no joke at all. Thanks to eating on the go and long hours spent driving, your car can get gross fast. But if you’re now skipping the daily commute and have a garage, it’s apparently seeing pristine. Congratulations!
Clean Up Your Dishes
Breakfast, lunch, and dinner plates? Even your dishwasher is murmuring from fatigue. Make it easier to fill the dishwasher by getting on a schedule. Unload in the daylight, then during the day, separate and soak breakfast and lunch dishes and silverware. Fill the dishwasher before dinner to keep the sink free while you’re cooking, then make sure to load the rest of the dinner dishes and run it every night.
Clean Up Your Bathroom
Having the bathroom from becoming a disaster zone takes a little bit of support. But taking a minute to dry down the toilet and sink at the end of each day will get your weekly deep clean that much easier. Stock upon toilet paper, because you’re going to require more of it than you would if everyone in your family was out and about.
Clean Up Your Laptop and Keyboard
Less is more when cleaning gadgets like a laptop. Fancy cleaners might not be safe for all-screen models, so you’re better off using a slightly damp (not wet) microfiber fabric to eliminate any fingerprints. Compressed air can help clean out any gunk within the keys of the keyboard, and a slightly moist microfiber cloth can wipe away smudges. Making it a weekly routine means less icky buildup!
Clean Up Your AirPods and Earbuds
If you’re on the phone a lot make sure you wipe your AirPods or earbuds at the end of each time. Use a microfiber cloth to wipe down the surface and use a dry cotton swab to clean out any creases. A soft-bristled toothbrush can be utilized to clear out the mesh covers.
Clean Up Your Coffeemaker
So you’re accumulating money on buying coffee, but using your coffeemaker more often suggests you’ll also want to clean it more regularly. At least once a month, follow our full how-to video to clean your coffeemaker utilizing white vinegar.
Clean Up Your Floors
When you work from home all day long, hair, dirt, and dust bunnies tend to accumulate on the floor. To take a cut out of vacuuming, grab a smaller handheld vacuum, and use it whenever you have a few seconds. Every little bit helps, particularly if you have pet fur to deal with, too.