Sleep is one of those things that you always want more of, especially if you are an American. But unfortunately, 30% of the general American population over the age of 18 complains about insufficient sleep. And 1 in 3 U.S. adults regularly don’t get enough sleep. 

If you are also suffering from this lack, there is one thing you can do to help: ensure your bedroom is spick and span! It will become a haven for you rather than yet another source of worry and anxiety.

Use the cleaning checklist presented below, and you will be well on your way to the neat bedroom you have always dreamed off.

Daily Bedroom Cleaning Tasks

There are some things you need to do daily to ensure your bedroom cleaning chore does not become a monumental pain in the behind. These include:

  • Make your bed and straighten the pillows
  • Put all your dirty clothes in the hamper 
  • Declutter your nightstand and all other counter space
  • Make sure your bedroom floor is uncluttered and free

These might seem like simple tasks, but that is only because they are so easy that they often fall by the wayside. Add these small tasks to your daily routine, and you will get surprised at how much cleaner your bedroom feels and looks.

Weekly Bedroom Cleaning Tasks

Add these tasks to your weekly clean checklist:

  • Empty the garbage can
  • Dust all available surfaces
  • Wash the bed sheets and pillowcases
  • Sweep or vacuum floors
  • Clean all glass surfaces
  • Spot clean any stains on your carpet

This is just an essential checklist for cleaning. If you have any specific surfaces in your bedroom that need additional care, then make sure to add them to your weekly to-do list. 

Deep Cleaning Hacks for the Bedroom

Once a month or so, you should spend some time deep cleaning your bedroom. This includes all the tasks from your daily and weekly cleaning checklist, but also some other items, like:

  • Check the batteries in your remote control
  • Donate any accessories, clothes, or shoes that you no longer use
  • Clean baseboards and vents
  • Wash curtains
  • Change air filters
  • Replace burned-out lightbulbs, if any
  • Deodorize mattress with baking soda

As you can see, these tasks will take you a few hours to complete, but once you are done with them, your bedroom will look spic and span. Then, you can relax and spend time in your bedroom without worry or anxiety. 

Use This Cleaning Checklist to Organize Your Bedroom

You probably spend most of your free time in the bedroom. That’s why it’s essential to use the cleaning checklist above to clean, organize, and declutter your bedroom regularly. 

If you want more help with these cleaning tasks, or if you are just too busy to do any bedroom cleaning, contact our team today. We will be happy to help you clean and organize your home.