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Smart Spark Living Cleaning Routine Section Two

Part One: Evening Speed Cleaning

 Smart Spark Living evening speed cleaning routine is as vital as all other parts of Smart Spark Living TM cleaning routines. All part of Smart Spark Living cleaning makes one Amazing Miraculous Cleaning Routine that will make your life unbelievably enjoyable and clean stress free.

Remember to recharge with “Smart Spark Charge” before you start if you feel you need it. [Recommended]

Smart Spark Living Evening Speed Cleaning Routine Plan

1. Know when you want to end your day. The end of your day is the moment you no longer have to think about anything else but yourself. Aim at completing everything by this time. 

The end of your day is the beginning of your evening “Spark Me Time”

Once you enter this time frame you are out of the Smart Spark Living mum/wife time. Any chores and everything you needed to do before this time slot must end here. 

2. Put your dinner on the stove or in the oven on low before you start your evening speed cleaning. When you put your dinner on the stove, calculate your dinner time. Put your dinner to cook at the exact time you want it read. 

You can also put your dinner earlier than turn it off halfway, then turn it back on, calculating the time you want it ready by. This way will make your dinner ready on time and fresh. 

You can also opt to start your speed cleaning earlier to allow you time to prepare dinner. 

 Set a start time for your evening speed cleaning to start. Your evening speed cleaning time is maximum one hour, this needs to be key into your phone timer.

Part Two:

  • You’re evening me time is only for you to do anything you want to do before you sleep eg, read a book with a hot drink, watch a movie or something you feel like watching, have a chat with your husband, have romantic time with your husband, etc. 

The Smart Spark Living Evening Routine needs a time set on your timer of one hour [just like the Smart Spark morning routine] add to that one hour [speed cleaning time] 

1. the time you need to get dinner ready, serve dinner, 

2. load the machine after dinner and wash everything you used for dinner preparation.

Follow the “how to keep your kitchen clean while cooking,”  to get this part done faster

3. get your laundry inside, fold and put away. Put a time when you need to have everything completed by including your Smart Spark evening cleaning routine, this is very important.

Your Smart Spark Evening Routine must have an ending time. You can’t leave your smart Spark routine open, ending time is vital to this whole routine. To understand the importance of timing in Smart Spark Routine click here. 

The following is your evening speed cleaning routine to do list.

Bedrooms:

  • Pick up anything on the floor 
  • adjust any clothes not in the right place or not hanging in the right place
  • Put any books, chargers etc, in place. Nothing should be out of place.
  • Wipe down beside tables and all surfaces, including the window sills.
  • Empty the room rubbish bin
  • Pull the vacuum (if you vacuum once a day ) 
Vacuuming, dusting and emptying the rubbish bins are the key tasks here, unless you skipped the morning speed cleaning, then you can do the entire list.  

Have dusting cloths with you and a big bag for all rubbish you come across in the house during your cleaning.  

The following is your evening speed cleaning routine to do list.

Bedrooms:

  • Pick up anything on the floor 
  • adjust any clothes not in the right place or not hanging in the right place
  • Put any books, chargers etc, in place. Nothing should be out of place.
  • Wipe down beside tables and all surfaces, including the window sills.
  • Empty the room rubbish bin
  • Pull the vacuum (if you vacuum once a day ) 
Vacuuming, dusting and emptying the rubbish bins are the key tasks here, unless you skipped the morning speed cleaning, then you can do the entire list.  

Have dusting cloths with you and a big bag for all rubbish you come across in the house during your cleaning.  

Bathrooms:

  • Empty all rubbish bins
  • Mop the floors (If you think it needs mopping)
  • Clean sinks (if you feel it needs to be clean)
  • Rinse down showers (if someone had used it after school or work)
  • Replace toilet tissue rolls (if you need to)
  • Hang out a clean hand-towel for the night
  • Check the drawers and cupboards for anything out of place, put them back in place and adjust anything out of order.