Week 4 Cleaning Rotation

If you've been joining me in the clean-along fun, you've made it to the final week of the regular rotation! If your experience is anything like mine was, you are feeling much more in control of your home environment now, and realizing that with each week, you will only see more improvements and less intense cleaning needs as you continue the rotation.  Below is the week 4 schedule you should do throughout the week in addition to the regular Monday through Friday schedule.

 

WEEK 4 ROTATION

BATHROOMS, OFFICE, & CLOSETS

CLEAN SINKS

CLEAN WINDOWS

CLEAN SHOWERS AND TUBS (UNCLOG ANY DRAINS, ETC.)

WASH ALL LINENS

WASH WALLS

WIPE DOWN DOORS/DISINFECT HANDLES

WIPE DOWN SURFACES

CLEAN TRASH CANS

ORGANIZE UNDER SINKS (MAKE A LIST OF ANY SUPPLIES THAT ARE RUNNING LOW)

CLEAN LIGHT FIXTURES

HANG UP/REFOLD CLOTHES

 

One other thing I will add is this; Some weeks you will have extra days in the month beyond the 4 week rotation. That, or you may find yourself with extra time and energy for additional tasks. The list below includes tasks that don't need done quite as often, but are great to do if you can complete them on those extra days.

 

bonus days

DEEP CLEAN CAR (INSIDE & OUT)

CLEAN AND ORGANIZE GARAGE

CLEAN AND ORGANIZE CLOSETS (TAKE CLOTHING TO CONSIGNMENT/DONATION CENTER)

ORGANIZE JUNK DRAWERS

CLEAN TOPS OF FANS/OTHER HIGH UP AREAS

CLEAN OUTSIDE OF WINDOWS

DETAIL GARDENS AND YARD (MULCH, ETC.)

PRESSURE WASH HOUSE AND DRIVEWAY

MENU PLANS TO STORE IN A ROTATION

OFFICE FILING AND ORGANIZING

TOTALLY ORGANIZE KITCHEN CABINETS

ANY NECESSARY PAINT TOUCH-UPS OR FIXES

 

 

There it is! Your regular rotation.  Check out my Etsy Shop to purchase the printable forms to keep you on track! For just $3.00 you can have it all right in front of you.  I also have children's cleaning rotations available too, which are great ways to begin teaching your kids tasks they can help with. What home projects do you want to learn about next? Send me your feedback and interests,  and I'd love to address them in a future blog series.