Creating a home that practically cleans itself may sound like a dream, but with a little know-how and some clever routines, this fantasy can be much closer to reality than you might think. The Homekeeping Society Membership is here to share expert advice on creating a “self-cleaning” home. By implementing these strategies, you can enjoy a clean home with less effort.

The Annual Homekeeping Society Annual Sale is going on now through November 15th – with $40 off and hundreds of dollars and bonuses and discounts, it’s THE best time of the year to join! 

1. Embrace Minimalism

The less you have, the less you have to clean. Start by decluttering each room. If an item doesn’t serve a purpose or bring you joy, it’s time to let it go. Minimalist decor not only looks chic and modern but also reduces the number of surfaces that collect dust.

2 of the Bonuses Included in the Annual Sale: The Whole Home Reset Course ($89 value) and Jumpstart Your Routine Course ($89 value).  Both are great for helping you get to the bottom of clutter in a hurry!

2. Set Cleaning Stations

Create small, hidden cleaning stations in each strategic areas of your home. Store a microfiber cloth and all-purpose cleaner under the bathroom sink, a dusting caddy with dusting supplies and a furniture touch-up kit, or a small broom and dustpan in a pantry nook. This makes spot cleaning quick and encourages keeping things tidy.

3. Smart Storage Solutions

Every item in your home should have a designated place, and every place should minimize cleaning efforts. Use storage that’s easy to wipe down and doesn’t allow for dust accumulation. Think closed cabinets instead of open shelving, and use drawer dividers to keep things from getting jumbled.

4. Quality Over Quantity

Invest in high-quality, easy-to-clean materials. Whether it’s a non-stick pan that requires less scrubbing or an easy to care for sofa with washable covers,, choosing materials designed for easy care can significantly cut down on cleaning time.

5. Automate What You Can

Robotic vacuums can keep floors tidy, and self-cleaning litter boxes are great, but a realistic cleaning schedule that tells you what to clean and when to clean it is another way to help you keep track of tasks automatically.

6. Daily Habits for Lasting Cleanliness

Incorporate simple cleaning tasks into your daily routine. Wiping down the shower after each use with a squeegee can prevent mold and water spots. Making the bed every morning can inspire you to keep the rest of the room tidy.

Quick Tip: Daily and Weekly Tasks are included in Homekeeping Society!

7. No Shoes Policy

Implement a no-shoes-inside policy to keep dirt and debris from being tracked all over your floors. Have a designated spot for shoes at every entrance and provide guest slippers if needed.

8. Simplify Your Wardrobe

The more clothes you have, the more laundry there will be. Simplifying your wardrobe not only makes choosing outfits easier but also reduces the amount of laundry you have to tackle each week.

9. Task Cleaning

Divide your home into tasks and assign a day of the week to each task for a deep clean. This keeps you from feeling overwhelmed by cleaning the entire house at once and ensures that every area gets regular attention.

Quick Tip: This is how the Weekly Tasks are designated in the Clean Mama Routine.

10. Cleaning as You Go

Cooking can be one of the messiest daily tasks. Clean as you go while preparing meals to prevent a pile-up of dirty dishes and spills. By the time your meal is ready, your kitchen can be back to its sparkling self.  Use the mantra: if you take it out, put it away. This simple phrase will help remind you (and family members) to put things away after you’re done using them.

11. Get Everyone Involved

Turn cleaning into a family affair. Assign age-appropriate cleaning tasks to each family member, and make it part of their routine. When everyone contributes, maintaining a clean home becomes much more manageable.

Quick Tip: Homekeeping Society makes delegating home tasks easier! Clean Mama makes the list and the whole family executes.

12. Seasonal Resets

Twice a year, do a deep clean and reorganization of your entire home. This is a time to clear out any clutter that has accumulated and address areas that don’t need weekly attention.

Quick Tip: With the Clean Mama Routine and Homekeeping Society, you’ll do a Whole House Declutter in January and Spring Cleaning in March as the Monthly Focus. All the steps are laid out for you – no guesswork!

By integrating these tips into your routine, your home will maintain a level of cleanliness with what seems like minimal effort. The Homekeeping Society membership and subscription is dedicated to helping you achieve the serene and orderly home environment you’ve been longing for with less time spent cleaning and more time enjoying the comfort of your home.

For more detailed guides, checklists, and personalized advice on maintaining a clean and joyful home, consider joining our Homekeeping Society. Your subscription will unlock a treasure trove of homekeeping wisdom, from quick-cleaning checklists to deep-dive tutorials on organizing your space. With our community by your side, you’ll turn the dream of a self-cleaning home into your everyday reality.

The Annual Homekeeping Society Annual Sale is going on now through November 15th – with $40 off and hundreds of dollars and bonuses and discounts, it’s THE best time of the year to join! 

Ready to make the commitment to a cleaner, happier home? Join us in Homekeeping Society today, and transform your homekeeping from a chore to a delight.