Cleaning your home can be expensive, but it can also be fun, particularly when you get it done in the right order.
We’ve rounded up the best DIY house cleaning tips for those who love DIY but also want to make it look good.1.
Cleaning the kitchen, dining room, and bathroom can be a hassle2.
Remove carpet and carpets from the kitchen and dining room3.
Place carpet in the closet and dryer4.
Place floor steam cleaner in the sink5.
Place toilet paper in the shower and wash it in the tub6.
Clean all the mirrors7.
Remove any electrical equipment and appliances8.
Remove and replace carpeting9.
Place towels on the kitchen floor10.
Remove the carpet from the back of the house11.
Remove anything that may be blocking the shower curtain12.
Clean the stove and kitchen stove, add a new one, and then put the old one back on13.
Clean and replace the heating system14.
Clean up the sink15.
Remove all the electrical wiring16.
Remove old appliances17.
Remove paint, carpet, or any other objects18.
Replace your washing machine19.
Clean your carpet and any other furniture20.
Clean or replace any of the plumbing fixtures21.
Clean out the kitchen22.
Replace any of your dishwashers23.
Clean any of those windows and doors24.
Clean old appliances and carpents25.
Install a new sink26.
Remove, replace, or replace carpet insulation27.
Remove your curtains28.
Install new curtains29.
Install an electrical outlet31.
Install and install a new dishwasher32.
Replace all your kitchen sinks33.
Install your dishwasher and all your other appliances34.
Replace or add a dishwasher or a dishwasher and a dishwashing machine35.
Replace the stove, oven, and stovetop36.
Install or replace the oven37.
Replace an appliance38.
Install dishwasher, washing machine, and dryers39.
Replace carpet and appliances and install or install a stove.40.
Install any of these new appliances41.
Install kitchen appliances42.
Replace a microwave43.
Remove carpets and walls44.
Install flooring to install flooring45.
Install anything else46.
Install electrical appliances, including air conditioners, refrigerators, and air conditioner shutoffs47.
Replace ceiling tiles and ceiling fans48.
Install plumbing, electrical, and other plumbing fixtures49.
Install windows, doors, and door handles50.
Replace electrical appliances and electrical components.51.
Install furniture, such as lamps, desk lamps, and coffee tables53.
Install carpets, carpeting, or carpeting covering for walls and floors55.
Install doors, windows, and doors56.
Install window coverings and door frames57.
Install curtains and wall covers58.
Install water heater piping59.
Install air conditioning to power your home60.
Install lighting and other equipment for the home61.
Replace sinks and toilets62.
Replace air conditioning systems64.
Install electric or gas stoves66.
Install heating equipment67.
Install the electrical grid68.
Install solar panels69.
Install gas-powered lights and appliances70.
Install furnace systems71.
Install ventilation systems73.
Install smoke detectors74.
Install security systems75.
Install heat exchangers77.
Install storm water treatment systems80.
Install energy efficiency improvements81.
Install light bulbs83.
Install cameras, cameras, and sensors84.
Install sensors to monitor your home85.
Install rain sensors86.
Install weather sensors87.
Install emergency communications devices88.
Install climate monitors89.
Install humidity monitoring90.
Install soundproofing 91.
Install sprinkler systems92.
Install snow blowers93.
Install irrigation systems94.
Install automatic sprinklers95.
Install pressure sensors97.
Install pump controls98.
Install exhaust fans99.
Install door locks100.
Install ceiling fans102.
Install walls and flooring104.
Install interior flooring106.
Install wall screens113.
Install glass tile114.
Install exterior window screens115.
Install metal door frames116.
Install side wall window screens118.
Install garage doors124.
Install parking garages125.
Install crawl spaces126.
Install garden plants129.
Install yard decorations130.
Install outdoor patio landscaping132.