Holidays have started, and we are at our wits end when it comes to keeping our home clean. Kids come and go as they please, with sand, grime and grease transforming your home into a war zone. Dirty socks, shoes, football, and so on is lying around emanating odors that no amount of cleaning removes. Even though, it might seem like an impossible task, keeping your home clean is an easy process. Just employ these simple and quick tips to keep your home clean and odor-free.

Quick tips for clean home

Ground rules:

One of the crucial tips that help in home cleaning is setting some ground rules. You either will be on constant cleaning duty, or your kids can help you clear the clutter. Set some ground rules like taking off footwear before entering, cleaning up after themselves and so on. These rules will lessen your workload and also teach the children responsibility.

Start simple:

At times, even a messy bed can make your home look like a disaster. Paying attention to these small details can make your home look neat although other things are lying around. Break your work into small manageable  parts and divide among the occupants of the house to make cleaning a breeze


Many people can stand the thought of unkempt clothes or messy beds, and it differs from person to person. It is better to focus first on the issue that bothers you the most and add it to the To-do list. This list will help you tackle the problems in an organized manner.

Odor:remove odor

The odor is the one constant challenge faced by every household irrespective of seasons. Be it floor mops, shoe racks, or pet accidents; smell comes in many forms and sizes.  Use floor cleaners that do not leave any after moping smell or fresheners that removes the odor instead of masking.

Clutter control:

Master clutter control when your day starts. Most of the clutter accumulates when we tend to ignore that five minutes of cleaning up. By taking these five minutes, we can keep things back at their original places and feel much cleaner at the end of the day. As the old saying goes “Everything has a place, and every place has a thing” will help control and master clutter. Cleaning as you walk from one room to another will also lighten your work schedule.

Happy Summer