The next section of my household binder is the cleaning set
There are 10 sheets designed to organise your cleaning routine and keep your house spic and span!
UPDATE: This planner is now also available in editable format. See here.
The pages can be printed at any size you like! See this post for printing tips and instructions (including a step by step video tutorial).
The first sheet I use is a cleaning checklist:
This can be used weekly, monthly or as a checklist before visitors or relatives arrive!
A blank version is also included:
This is perfect for displaying on the fridge or if you have a command centre. It is designed for families. Write down a list of chores, the room/s the task if for, the person responsible, the reward and tick of upon completion. You could laminate or frame this checklist and use it weekly.
If you prefer just one sheet to organise all your home’s cleaning, this cleaning checklist is perfect.
You can see all your daily, weekly, monthly, quarterly, semi-annual and annual cleaning tasks. Again, I recommend laminating, framing or placing inside a plastic sheet protector then writing on with a whiteboard marker to reduce paper and ink.
Kitchen Cleaning Record:
Some people may do all these tasks every week or every fortnight but I never have the time. Instead I do a ‘deep clean’ in my kitchen once a month, then tick off the task under the relevant month when I’ve completed it.
Quick Clean Ups:
Have a few minutes spare before your favourite T.V. show comes on? Consult this sheet for tasks that can be completed in 15 minutes or less, 30 minutes and 60 minutes. There are room to add your own cleaning tasks as well.
Seasonal Cleaning Checklist:
I don’t use this for just cleaning tasks. I also have general things like ‘change the cockroach baits’ and ‘change the batteries in the smoke detector.’
This sheet is for those who prefer to plan out their entire month’s cleaning schedule. The numbers 1-4 refer to the weeks of the month (but you probably already noticed that). You could allocate a room to each week e.g. week 1 is kitchen week, week 2 is your office ect. There’s also room for daily chores.
Weekly Cleaning Schedule:
Perfect for tasks that need to be performed more than once a week.
You don’t have to use this sheet for cleaning. I actually use it for planning my daily to do’s but it also works as a weekly cleaning schedule (I personally prefer to use the weekly cleaning checklist above).
So that’s the cleaning section of my binder. To sum up how I created this section:
1. I printed the sheets and placed them in plastic sheet protectors
2. Arranged them behind a white tab labelled with chevron hot pink washi tape. I can’t remember where I bought it from because it was a while ago but here’s a good photo of the tape
3. Added my ‘cleaning’ binder cover (from the binder covers set) directly behind the tab
This set comes in 5 colours: hot pink, purple, green, dark blue and black and white. Update: now also available in light blue!
Click here if you think these planner pages might work for you!
– When you open the files there will be light blue boxes where you can type in your information (this will NOT remain light blue when printed).
– You can still print and hand-write on the sheets (the blue boxes won’t appear on your printed copy)
– The fillable font is helvetica in black
– The checkboxes are not editable. The forms are intended for filling out on the computer, then printing out and checking each item off as you go
– The actual layout of the printable including pattern, pattern colour, font style, existing text ect. are not editable and cannot be changed
Direct links for each colour:
This planner set is part of the household binder starter bundle, household binder bundle, mega household binder bundle, organized life, super organized life, get it all, healthy lifestyle and work at home mama bundles
See how I put together my binder in this blog post
All sheet are (c) AllAboutTheHouse and are for personal use only – thank you!