Probably everyone has asked themselves at least once this question. This one time a week we try to really tidy up and clean and sometimes it takes hours, not that it is that dirty at home but still it is time consuming. Why is that?
Well first of all most people are not professionals and when you start cleaning most of you do it chaotically. You see a small dark mark and put your attention to it. You decide to wipe it out but then you realize this is not going away so you spend the next 20 minutes on this dark mark which just refuses to go away.
Then you start dusting and you notice how much dust there is everywhere and the more you dust the worse it gets. You decide to really remove the dust and take everything from the shelves to clean it up. At some point you realize you spent the last hour doing that and it starts to annoy you very much.
Here is what I do with the dust I purchased a very powerful hoover which has different end tools so I hoover in a room for about 30 minutes. You think this is much? Not when you have the right hoover, it works like magic you go around the shelves, the desk, the floor and the corners so I save myself the whole wiping. The more you wipe the more dust goes around in the air and 5 minutes later you see it again on your TV. Once I hoovered really really well pretty much everywhere I could get with the hoover I get anti dust polisher and gently just wipe the surfaces. Well this looks and smells much better than before! And I saved myself at least 15 minutes for tidying up! Remember that it is important to have a hoover with a great suction power otherwise you are just wasting your time.
Another thing you forget to notice is where exactly is there dirt. You don’t really need to wipe the TV 100 times to have it shiny and good looking do you? Take a look around and find the places which hide most dirt and pay attention to them.
You will need some time to develop a technique but then you will learn to do it faster and faster just like a professional cleaner, just don’t get lost in the tiniest stuff!