If you walk around your house and think, this place is NEVER clean . . . well, you’re not TOO far away from normal.
According to a new report, the average person considers their home to be “completely clean” only 11 DAYS out of the year. That’s not even one day per month . . . and it also comes out to just 3% of the time.
People spend an average of SIX days per year cleaning and sanitizing their homes. (It’s unclear if that’s six ACTUAL days, or if that’s 144 hours, which equates to six days. But either way, it seems LOW, right?)
When it comes to cleaning, the average person has six items on their to-do list. The things more likely to be done are: Vacuuming rugs and carpets . . . mopping floors . . . and laundry.
The things that are most likely to be overlooked include: Thoroughly cleaning appliances . . . wiping down countertops . . . and dusting shelves.