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Basic Cleaning DIY to keep your home spotless

These principles can save you thousands in cleaning each month, just follow this basic cleaning DIY to keep your home spotless at all times.

Are you afraid of letting strangers into your house? Or do you still have the strength to do the cleaning yourself

Or you are not willing to pay a professional house cleaning service to do the cleaning for you?

Here is a basic home cleaning schedule that you can customize to fit your needs:

Basic cleaning DIY service

Here are 5 simple steps to keep your home spotless at all times. Never worry about your home getting too messy and feeling overwhelmed with all the cleaning at your house.

It's not necessary to waste money on a service that you can do yourself, especially if you don't have a lot of money. Most people like their homes cleaned and they also have certain things in their homes that they want cleaned at all times.

One of my clients has a special glass shelve where she puts all her special memories stuff and every time we go to her house even though we miss everything but that special place she always wants it spotless.

Even though I don't believe in that, they always say that "time is money". I don't think you can compare time to money, because some people have their gold time worth $100000 per hour while some people work $50000 per year.

It's like some people's time is more precious than others

DIY Basic Cleaning

If you can do it yourself, here are the 5 steps that can help you keep your home cleaned at all time

With these 5 steps, you can start using them today and keep your home spotless.

Daily Cleaning

  • Make the bed as soon as you get up. This is simple and that can motivate you and know that you have accomplished one thing in your day.
  • Wipe down kitchen counters and sink after breakfast: This will save you a lot of headaches and can also prevent insects in your home, like cockroaches, etc.
  • Quick pick up of belongings and clutter: This requires a little home organization skill, but it is better to put them away somewhere instead of leaving them on the floor.
  • Vacuum or sweep traffic areas: It takes only a second to sweep high traffic areas.

All the steps below can be done in the morning before living the house for work. Don't over complicate this steps, its easy and that can also help you have a better day.

This fairly simple daily technique can help you live a happier and healthier life.

And also you can train your family husband and kids or whoever ever living with you to help with the daily cleaning.

DYI Weekly Cleaning

  • Monday: Dust living room and dining room
  • Tuesday: Clean bathrooms (sinks, toilets, showers, bathtubs)
  • Wednesday: Mop kitchen and dining room floors
  • Thursday: Clean bedrooms (change sheets, make beds, dust)
  • Friday: Clean kitchen (counters, sink, stove, refrigerator)
  • Saturday: Deep clean a specific room or area (rotates each week)
  • Sunday: No cleaning! Take a break.

No need to spend time cleaning the whole house every week.

Even us professional cleaning service we don't really do weekly cleaning for our clients.

But some people like their home extra clean, if you apply the first step, the weekly cleaning can alternate.

Clean a part of the house each week. If you Clean one room today, next week Clean another room, and another you clean the kitchen, cleaning windows, cleaning the patio, etc.

Weekly cleaning is part of our standard cleaning, and if you have help that makes it easier for you.

Bi-Weekly cleaning service

This is still a standard cleaning, at Roenter Cleaning Service we provide this cleaning service to our customers as standard cleaning.

Most of our customers want us to come every 2 weeks and clean their house.

  • Clean out fridge and oven
  • Dust and vacuum furniture and floors in high-traffic areas


  • Deep clean bathrooms (scrub sink, toilet, shower, bathtub)
  • Deep clean kitchen (clean inside appliances, cabinets, pantry)
  • Vacuum or steam clean furniture and upholstery


  • Spring: Clean out closets, dust, and clean windows, and organize garage or storage areas
  • Summer: Clean out grill, patio furniture, and outdoor living areas
  • Fall: Clean out gutters, power wash deck or patio, prepare home for winter
  • Winter: Check and replace air filters, inspect and repair caulking and weatherstripping

Remember, this is just a basic schedule and you can adjust it to fit your specific needs and preferences. Happy cleaning!

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