Developing a house cleaning checklist requires deciding how often tasks should be completed and who should complete those tasks. Most homeowners can make a basic house cleaning checklist in just a few hours, but the list may change over time as the family grows or changes.Continue Reading
Daily tasks, such as washing dishes or folding laundry, form the basis of a housekeeping checklist. Spend a few moments in each room to decide which tasks must be completed on a daily basis, then determine who is in charge of completing the task. Make a note of each family member's chores by each task, and post chores in a conspicuous area of the home.
Monthly and seasonal tasks are chores that don't need to be completed daily, but still require attention. Make a note of when monthly chores, such as cleaning windows, and seasonal tasks, such as storing holiday decorations, should be completed.
Set a specific day and time for each task, and limit the amount of time spent in each room to maintain a house cleaning schedule. For instance, limit cleaning in each room to 15 minutes a day to maximize efficiency.