The biggest problem with housekeeping is that it’s often so slow and clunky, and while it might have some good points, it often feels like it’s designed to make it easier to automate.
But if you want to automate tasks that aren’t part of your daily routine, it’s not a bad idea.
For example, if you’re in a position to hire a professional to do all the housekeeping for you, you could use a machine to automate the job, so that it automatically detects when you need to clean the house.
This machine would then send you a notification when the cleaning was complete, so you can clean the home yourself and save time.
The problem with this type of automated cleaning is that the machine needs to know how long it’s taking to clean your home, so it might end up having to do that cleaning a couple of times per week.
There are plenty of other ways to automate housekeeping, though, and there are a few that can make your life easier.
This post will cover four of these ways.