It’s been an incredibly busy week for the Australian Housekeeping Week.
And that’s just what a housekeeper is responsible for.
It’s a big responsibility and not everyone can handle it, says the head of the Australian Households Association, Dr Helen Smith.
It can be hard to keep up with the demands of housekeeping, says Ms Smith.
But it’s all worth it if you’re helping keep the home looking its best.
Here are a few tips on how to clean your house and keep it clean.
Do you have a family member to clean?
You’ll need to check their house on a regular basis.
This can mean going out to pick up things, going into a room, taking out things and doing other household chores.
“When you’re home, you’re cleaning up your house, cleaning up all the household clutter, you don’t need to be cleaning up the entire house,” Ms Smith says.
“You’re cleaning out your home.”
For some, that means taking the dogs out.
“I think most people want their dog to be around for their family and their children and their pets,” she says.
What you need to know about cleaning your house Read more housekeeping week The first step is to check out the room.
Some people clean their house by looking at the ceiling, or looking at their neighbours or the outside, or using a ladder.
Ms Smith recommends people check out every room for any issues.
Then, she recommends checking the door handles.
She says you might want to check the windows if there are any cracks or cracks on the glass.
The more time you spend looking at your house the better.
If you have children, they might be in the room, or their parents might be there.
Check the ceiling.
If there’s any paint or mould, check the ceiling or the walls.
If they’re messy or the paint is yellow, it might be a sign that there’s mould.
If the colour of the paint doesn’t match the colour you’re looking for, then the problem is probably the ceiling paint.
“If there’s an issue with the ceiling there may be a problem with the wall or floor,” Ms Taylor says.
The second step is looking at all the items in the house.
Ms Taylor recommends checking out everything in the kitchen, and cleaning the bathroom and changing the carpeting.
She also recommends checking all the cupboards and closets.
The last step is putting the items back in their correct place.
For some people, this could mean putting the clothes back on the clothes racks.
It could also mean removing all the clothes from the shelves or changing the drawer.
Ms Harris says cleaning the house is just as important as the laundry and the household tasks.
She urges people to go back and check every area of their house.
“It’s really important to get a clear view of your house to make sure it’s clean and it’s functional,” she explains.
“That way you’ll make sure your house looks its best, which is what you want to do.”
Clean the walls and floor in the morning, then at night.
Clean your house after you get home, too.
Ms Bell says cleaning is essential in the mornings and evenings, before you head to bed.
“Your house will smell, and your kids will be in your bed, and you won’t want to be in bed with that smell, so it’s really good to go into your house at night,” she said.
“So get out your cleaning kit and go and get your clothes and your bedclothes and your clothes you’ve been using in the past and put them in the laundry bin and clean your clothes in the bin.”
Ms Bell advises that if you can, make sure the bins are clean.
She advises washing the clothes in cold water.
“There’s a difference between washing in hot water and washing in cold,” she explained.
“In cold water, the clothes are going to soak up the water and that will affect their longevity.”
She advises putting the dryer on low for about 10 minutes.
“And then turn it on high and just run it and run it for about two minutes,” she added.
It will be very important to turn the air conditioner on high when you’re at home.
“We know that the dryers do not dry clothes as well as they do when you are at home,” Ms Bell said.
It may take some time for the dry cycle to fully kick in, but the water will start to come out of the clothes and the clothes will start smelling better.
After you clean the house, you’ll need a shower or bath.
You might want your bath to be run on the hot water, but if you have kids in the bath, Ms Smith advises you might consider using a hose to run it.
“Some parents choose to use a hose, but some prefer to have a separate tub or tub and shower,” she advises.
She suggests having a separate bath for each of the family members, or one