Cleaning is a chore, and there's no doubt about that. But it is necessary if you want to have a healthy, comfortable home. You might not realize it, but over time you may have developed bad cleaning habits that are getting in the way of your pursuit of health and comfort at home. These could include not cleaning often enough or using the wrong techniques or products for the job. So stop cleaning like that!
Not Cleaning Often Enough
One of your bad cleaning habits may simply be that you aren't cleaning often enough. You're busy, and it's easy to put off the chores until tomorrow or the weekend or next month and then never get around to them at all. If you notice this, change your bad habit by getting organized. Make a list of daily cleaning chores (like wiping kitchen cupboards and doing the dishes), weekly tasks (like vacuuming and cleaning the bathroom), and monthly tasks (like washing windows). Then make a firm effort to stick to your schedule, and you'll notice that your house is cleaner.
Using the Wrong Techniques or Products
You might also have developed some bad cleaning habits with regard to your techniques or products. Perhaps you dash through your tasks so fast that you don't really get anything clean, or maybe you're using a product not designed for a particular job. To correct these bad habits, do some research online to learn how to clean well. If you struggle to keep your kitchen up to standard, for example, you'll want to find a step-by-step guide that leads you through the process and suggests products that work best for each task. The same holds true for your whole house.