Operation Organize: How to Keep Your Home Sparkling

Operation Organize: How to Keep Your Home Sparkling

It’s hard to believe that spring is only a few days away. I hope you’re as excited as I am for sunny skies, spring fashion, and fresh, seasonal produce. And then there’s spring cleaning… I know I might be the only one who actually gets excited at the thought of scrubbing and dusting. But even if you’re not as obsessed with organization as I am, spring cleaning doesn’t have to be scary.

One of the biggest tips I’ve learned as a lifelong neat freak is that if you keep up with routine chores on a regular basis, things will never get out of hand. So to make things easy, I decided to put together a simple cleaning chart designed to keep you accountable on a daily, weekly, monthly, and seasonal basis. If you can spend just a few minutes each day tidying up, you will never have to clean like crazy just before guests come over or when you’ve finally reached your limit.

Operation Organize: How to Keep Your Home Sparkling

A few more tips…

  • If it’s been a while since you’ve done a deep cleaning, it might be worth paying a professional to come in once just to get you started. After that, you can take over and just maintain the level of cleanliness you started with.
  • If you have pets, babies, or dust allergies, you will want to clean a little more frequently than what is listed in the chart.
  • If it feels like you’re doing laundry too often, splurge on another set of sheets, towels, or socks.
  • If it helps motivate you to actually check things off, frame this list and then use a dry erase marker to check things off on the glass.

I hope this post helps you to keep your space spick-and-span.

Do you have any spring cleaning tips of your own?

Happy cleaning!

xo Ilana
Team LC

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Categories: Contributors, Decorate, Ilana Saul, Operation Organize
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  • pretty little things

    I really need to start a simple cleaning regimen like this — thanks for sharing this! xo


  • Floor | www.jadepillar.com

    Thank you for sharing Lauren. I am not your typical neat freak, but this list might just do the trick. 😉

  • Marie

    Great Tips! Thanks for sharing!!


  • Cassidy Short

    SUCH great tips! Good to know :)




  • http://danakay16.blogspot.com/ Dana Kay

    As a self proclaimed “neat freak” who seems to always be cleaning the apartment, I truly appreciate this post! Great tips and thanks for sharing.
    Dana Kay

  • http://www.flonmymind.com Joanie FLOnMyMind

    Thanks for the tips. I need to print off this graphic!

    ~ Joanie

  • Amber Naomi

    Thanks for the tips! they’re so helpful!


  • http://www.shannonwitte.com/ Shannon Witte

    This list s great. I’m printing it out and putting it on the fridge to help my boyfriend remember how to clean. haha


    • jbrett

      me too, LOL! I told him I’d walk him through how to do everything correctly though. :)

    • jbrett

      Me too, LOL. But I told him I’d walk him through how to do everything correctly. :)

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    Oh I just washed my windows today. Best way to do this are microfibre cloths, one wet and one dry. It’s so easy and quick that it’s fun to do it 😉

  • http://liivingingrace.blogspot.ca/ Grace

    Thanks for this useful list!


  • http://peachypains.com/ Kelby, PeachyPains

    I love this list! Thanks so much.


  • Joanne B.

    I definitely needed to read this even if it was just to remind me to hire a cleaning lady. Haha I have a good excuse as I am giving birth in 13 days!
    Joanne xoxo

  • http://sincerelymissashley.blogspot.ca/ Ashley

    I am such a clean freak and really enjoyed this post!!!

    xo Ash,
    Sincerely Miss Ash

  • http://stayathomewifey-lg.blogspot.ca/ Lauren

    Great post! Makes me motivated to clean!!


  • ?? what

    You only clean and disinfect your shower and tubs once a month?! Ewww! You only didst once a month? I do these once aweek… I find that GROSS. I also vacuum and sweep daily mostly because I have dogs.

  • Jessica

    Already ahead of the game, I do these things religiously(clean freak), just need to tackle my refrigerator in the near future!

  • Amanda

    Honestly, I consider myself a slob, but I wipe down and disinfect counters once a day (who doesn’t do that?), vacuum at least twice a week and most of the time more, and I can’t believe you only clean your shower, fridge and tubs monthly. Grody!

    I guess I’m actually not a slob, afterall, if you’re considered a neat freak. I always feel like a slob, because most people I know clean way more than I do (mostly they have kids, though. I don’t), and my mom says I don’t clean nearly enough. I should send her over here.

    • http://eyespaintedblack.com/ Natasja

      I think you do just fine! :) No need to feel like a slob.

    • http://www.smart-twenties.com/ Samantha Brown

      The biggest thing for me is definitely making the time to clear any clothes that are on the floor at the end of the day. I find that if I don’t do that, the next day it ends up just piling up and piling up and then it just becomes too much to handle!! Doing it at the end of everyday has definitely helped me stay tidier.

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  • Style Bits & Bobs of ME

    Great tips. Thanks for sharing! Spring cleaning time! Woo hoo

  • Bri D.

    This is a perfect list! There are 4 roommates, and only 2 of us actually clean. I plan on printing this and taping it on our kitchen wall.

  • Julia

    This was very helpful! :))


  • BerryBloomXO

    Love the idea of having a list to check off and things although I think I would forget to check it off! haha!

    I do like the idea, though!


  • http://eyespaintedblack.com/ Natasja

    The dusting has to be done on a weekly base here otherwise it just piles up. Damn you dust! Be gone! Also, the bathroom is cleaned on a weekly base as well :) Unfortunately, I need to work on cleaning up/organizing my worn clothes. It’s just the lack of space.. so frustrating.


  • http://www.smart-twenties.com/ Samantha Brown

    Great list! The most important of all of these are the daily tasks – if you don’t stay on top of them they pile up so quickly! My worst offence is letting my room get really messy – mainly just from clothes that I’ve tried on but decided not to wear! Once I got into the habit of spending 5 minutes putting them away before I go to bed every night it got SO much easier.

    Thanks for the great post!
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  • http://dragonflyserendipity.com/ Karina Sage

    I do everything except I can’t help but throw clothes on my floor as I’m running late and I get lazy when it comes to washing the dishes

  • http://ebbapebbas.se/ Ebba

    Im going to Have My spring clearing in oure house next friday. The window looks so dirty haha. When the sun is shining you see all the dirt on them!!
    I am defintly not a slob. I clean my house every weekend like Laurens tips and do sesanoal clearing!


  • Justeen Silvaz

    I love this post!! :) It will be good for me to try this since i have a bad habit of leaving things for later and then i end up not getting to it! I’m going to give this a try and I’m sure it’s going to be very helpful!! Thank you Lauren :)

  • http://dreamliveandrepeat.blogspot.com/ Ashley

    I think having daily, weekly and monthly goals like you suggest makes sense. It’s important to be in the mindset of keeping things clean. Everyone can tailor these goals to their own lifestyle. For instance, wiping down kitchen and bathroom counters are done daily for me as the microwave and fridge are done weekly.


  • Holly

    Twice a year in the spring and the fall I wash, starch, and iron my curtains.

    • http://TheEnchantingLife.com/ Natalie:TheEnchantingLife.c

      Holly, great tip! Especially if people have allergies this can be a major dust bunny area! I have dogs and I’ve noticed the bottom few inches of my curtains can be covered in dog hair (especially if they lean on them to look out the window). Washing them helps keep my allergies at bay!

      Have an enchanting day,

  • http://thelittlecave.wordpress.com Dalia

    lol You aren’t a clean freak, girl. I clean my windows once a month, dust and wipe down shelves and clean my shower weekly and wipe down kitchen counters daily. And my twice-yearly cleaning is a two-day operation where I launder all the curtains, clean the radiators inside and out, wipe down all the surfaces (window-frames, bathroom tiles etc.) and do maintanance on all my appliances.

    And I thought I was a bit of a slob.

    • Adele

      How do you manage to clean inside your radiators? Xx

  • Shel Billett

    Ilana this is a great way to organise the duties.
    i definitely recommend extra pillow cases to keep your skin clear &
    seasonally clean the filters in your vaccum (if it has them, or change the bags) – makes a huge difference.

  • http://www.miniclean.com.au/ Mini Clean

    Woah! This one is really organized cleaning. Thank you Lauren for the guide. I do have a lot of things to attend to when it comes to cleaning, it is just that I don’t know where to start. Atleast now I have a detailed guide on what to do first.

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  • Bia

    very close to my list… :)

  • Monica

    Great post! Im like forever cleaning, even after a grueling day at work! This list really put things in perspective, so I dont feel like im in a dash to get it all finished.

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    Absolutely ADORE this list! I made one just like this a couple years ago when I became a housewife and it does wonders for our home! I even made a calendar where I’d write in certain things that were done weekly-monthly so I could keep track of how often everything was getting taken care of.
    I see you have “Wipe down fridge” in your list but another very important chore is to clean INSIDE the fridge, it’s always good to check all of your expiration dates as you’re cleaning the inside of the fridge as well. I hate to waste food so I even write on my white board calendar on the fridge when certain foods/drinks are going to expire so whenever I want a snack I can eat in accordance with my money’s worth.

  • http://TheEnchantingLife.com/ Natalie:TheEnchantingLife.c

    For those with a glass shower door, I have found it’s easy to keep clean by keeping a squeegee nearby and I just do a quick run over the glass before I get out each day. It takes about 30 seconds but keeps it looking clear. If it starts to get water stains I just windex it (about every other week).

    Have an enchanting day,

  • Lauren

    This is really helpful! I find that checklists really motivate me. I have found that doing all of one task is much more efficient than splitting it up over several days. For example, I save vacuuming and mopping the whole house for one day a week rather than doing it room by room. That way, I only have to pull the vacuum out once a week.

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  • Brittany

    Everyone is different . . .I keep cleaning supply right by my bath tub and spray it down every time I get out of the shower. .. That’s just me though! Does not mean my way is the only way.

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  • Harira Ijaz

    wonderful tips, but i am always left with laziness and never followed my clean up schedule , which left my home dirty and my husband always get angry on this thing, can you suggest how can i change my cleaning attitude

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  • Joanna

    I am loving this blog and all the wonderful information and contributions. To those of you who feel it necessary to write criticisms and be judgemental and competitive about who is cleaner, just knock it off. Time to clean out your stinking thinking. If you are so darn fabulous you wouldn’t be looking for tips on cleaning and organizing on the internet.

  • James

    Hi, sounds very informative and interesting.


  • winter

    I do everything except I can’t help but throw clothes on my floor as I’m running late and I get lazy when it comes to washing the dishes


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    Excellent tips. I found the table very useful. I am very busy and I am working all day long but if I have a table to remind me of my cleaning routine it will be easier to follow it. Thanks for the advices. Regards!

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  • Sampson Greenovich

    I don’t think “a while” is a good description of how long it has been since I last deep cleaned. Never is probably a more accurate adjective. I need to know how to do some serious cleaning, I am open to learn.

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  • Heather

    I just found this post and I think it’s excellent. The advice may not be for everyone and I believe the people who find the cleaning not often enough might need to take in mind that Lauren’s household is different. My husband and I have one daughter, 5 bedrooms, no pets, no one shares a shower and we take our shoes off at the door. The daily shower spray is awesome and keeps you having a clean fresh shower for much longer and if your shower daily and rinse the shower when done, how dirty does your shower get anyway? Also, as a stay at home mom with a ten year old daughter, mostly I’m the only one in the kitchen so I keep it pretty neat. I love the post but you must keep in mind that if your are a family of 4, five or more, have less space and several of you share a shower , go for it! Clean your hearts out:)

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    Thank god, I am not the only one who makes a systematic routine for house cleaning chores! :) Further, I would like to add something on this.

    Motivating yourself to clean a house could be a bit of a challenge – esp. if you are one slob like me. Might sound a bit weird but TV commercials can help you big time while cleaning your house. Wondering how? See, when you are gazing at your TV all day long, chances are you might give a least priority to house cleaning.
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    Super time keeping there. :)

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    How to desinfect the tubs ??

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    Well, I do a bit every day, so it doesn’t build up :)


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  • Patricia

    My home is up for sale. You learn real fast how messy you are when suddenly an agent shows,up without notice with potential buyers in toe. So I decided never to get caught flat footed again. I mow the yards once a week. Make my bed when i get up in the mornings immediately upon getting up. Use a dust mop on all the tile so it is dirt and dust free. Steam mop the tile so it is really clean. Polish all the granite counter top. All dishes go in the dishwasher. Never let a single item to be found in the sink at any given time. No trash cans inside the house, ever! I,have a receptical in the garage. It all goes there. Dirty clothes go directly to the washer. They dont belong inside the house. Vaccume twice a week. Toilets get cleaned twice a week. Sinks cleaned daily. Tubs cleaned after each use. Spray for bugs on exterior of home twice a month. Garage swept out every day and washed out twice a week. Windows cleaned every other day. Refrigerator cleaned out and washed twice a month.

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    Me and my colleagues from work ( we are cleaners) had developed a system that we really loved; it kept
    every other housemate on top of things. I still use it even though I
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    We created a list of things that needed to be done daily, weekly, and
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    on how long the list is and how many people live there), and move the
    magnet down to the next thing. So you just know what needs to be done,
    and you can do that brief task while you’re waiting for your water to
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    all. Because you _thought_ about it when you broke everything down into
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  • Samantha Burgess

    Most of these should be done more often

  • Colleen

    My friends tease me about being such a neat freak all the time. They act like I must devote every moment of my spare time to house chores, but that is totally not true. I agree with the other posters who said that the daily chores are the most important to keep things from piling up on you. I make my bed, put all the dishes in the dishwasher, and wipe down any messes on the bathroom or kitchen counters daily. I also take a few moments to just make sure that any clutter has been put back in its proper home before I go to bed in the evenings. Nothing I do takes more than 5-10 minutes at a time but its really helps to keep things from getting out of control

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    Actually sometimes I feel like a slave, everyday I should clean the house, make my bed, and go to work. It’s exhausting, but I can’t imagine myself staying at a dirty house. So just I try to motivate myself that the cleaning doesn’t take a lot of time.

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  • Steam Brothers

    Great tips on making cleaning part of the routine each week, this keeps problems in check!

  • Kayla Ellis

    Great list of routines! I have my system for cleaning the house, but it’s always good to have an exact list of cleaning activities too. Thank you for the tips and ideas!

  • Steam Brothers

    These are some really great cleaning tips! The info graph is very helpful as well.


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