Here is a free printable cleaning schedule form that you can use to fill out your daily and weekly cleaning schedule tasks for your home.
I've created this printable resource to be used by you while working through the Create A House Cleaning Schedule Challenge here on the site, which is one of the weekly challenges in the 52 Week Organized Home Challenge.
If you're doing the step by step process outlined in that challenge you know that on one day you consider what you will clean on a daily basis, and then the next day you decide what you'll be cleaning in your house on a weekly basis.
This form can be used for both of these days tasks (scroll down to get the form), whose articles are linked here:
Create Daily Cleaning Checklist
Create Weekly Cleaning Schedule
In addition, before you get the printable itself, I wanted to explain to you how it's designed, and instructions for you, as you fill it out.
When looking at the form below, I'm actually going to start by explaining the daily cleaning task section, which is at the bottom of the form, first, and then discuss the weekly tasks second.
You will see in the form below that I've already listed some universal daily cleaning tasks that all of us need to do, such as kitchen clean up after each meal, making beds, quick bathroom cleaning, and putting away and tidying things each day.
Also, in this daily tasks section I've reminded you to check your laundry schedule that you made as part of the Laundry Organization Challenge last week, to see what you have scheduled to wash, if anything, on each particular day.
The daily tasks section also has a couple of blank spots that you can fill out if there are more personalized tasks you wish to do daily that I didn't already list. This can include whatever you want, including particular things you're trying to make a habit, or something unique to your home or life situation.
Next, let's look at the top section of the form, which is where you can fill out your weekly cleaning tasks. These are the tasks that need to get done, at least one time a week, to make sure your house stays clean, but don't need to be done daily.
As explained in more detail in the Create A House Cleaning Schedule Challenge article, you can choose whether you space these tasks out so you do one or two each day of the week, or if you do them all on one day, such as on a weekend day.
To get ideas of what weekly cleaning tasks you should at least consider doing, you can look at the weekly house cleaning checklist here.
Finally, remember that you shouldn't be a slave to your cleaning schedule. When you make this schedule it is so that cleaning fits with your life, personality, and home, and not the other way around!
Here's the free printable cleaning schedule form for you to print out, and then fill out. I suggest once you fill it out that you place it in a page protector and place it in your household notebook, or laminate it and post it somewhere you and everyone else in the family can reference it as needed.
Click here to get your printable
(opens into new window, as PDF)
Here are additional articles and resources on the site you may enjoy, since you're considering creating a cleaning schedule.
How To Create A House Cleaning Schedule
Free House Cleaning Checklist Ebook
Laundry Organization Challenge
I would love to hear from you, sharing your thoughts, questions, or ideas about this topic, so leave me a comment below. I try to always respond back!