Decide how much you want your house to be clean and how much time you have for it. This will help you set a cleaning schedule. Be honest with yourself about what you can actually do, how much time you have and how motivated you are.
During the cleaning process, you should move from the superficial to the interior whenever possible. It is not safe to finish sweeping the place and then the crumbs come to cover the floor afterwards, or to shake something from the bottom and then dust it again as a result of shaking off the other upper parts that have not yet been cleaned. If you are in a hurry, you can start with things that are scattered and scattered all over the place and then move on to the most important things.
For the average busy person, it is best to finish a small part each day so that all the required work does not accumulate and a specific cleaning day should be allocated each period during the month. You are free to choose the optimal cleaning method for the house (this is of course if you do not have housing partners). Always have a list of things you want to accomplish and an implementation plan. Determine which room you intend to start cleaning up and where you plan to finish (usually the best is to start from the farthest room indoors to the outside entrance of the house). This will speed up the cleaning process and ensure that the effort is not repeated again, especially if more than one person is involved in the cleaning process.
Plan to clear all the rooms from dust, sweep them and wipe them once, so you don't lose sight of an agent so you don't have to switch between tasks and come back to them again. Arranging tasks as described below can act as a list of all purposes, but you don't have to do those tasks in the same order.