Best 5 Dorm Room Cleaning Tips

by Elissa Jonna Sr, Marketer

The beginning of independence:

The journey to college or university is a rigorous one that is filled with anticipation, including the independence that comes along with it. Moving into your new dorm can be extremely exciting, brimming with feelings of decorating your space and making it your lair.

For some this experience also brings lifelong friendships and comradery if you’re moving in with a roommate. However, this period can also be a huge learning curve for those young adults that haven’t experienced independent living.

Many students scrounge for answers on how to clean the dorm room or look for dorm room cleaning tips. While some students end up flustered and seeking a home cleaning service, we’re here to remind you that it is completely possible to do the cleaning on your own.

We understand that you may not always have all the answers and solutions to simple day to day responsibilities like student dorm cleaning. It is important during this important period of your life when you should be dedicated to your studies and living your life to the fullest, that cleaning can be a breeze.

Here are the top 10 dorm room cleaning tips for college students:

1. Making a strategic cleaning schedule:

As a college or university student, your academic schedule can be incredibly difficult to squeeze in any leeway for other activities whether they be social or for maintenance purposes. Time management is a part of the cleaning process. This rings especially true if you have a roommate and need to compromise with the time needed to clean your dorm.

2. Make a Checklist:

When you start to clean your room, it can be daunting to figure out what needs to be cleaned or what needs to be organized while you’re already doing these tasks. We suggest making a dorm room cleaning checklist to focus on the most important tasks and then work your way into the minimal spaces that need cleansing.

3. Keeping your bed tidy:

For many dorm rooms, the bed is usually the focal point of the room. Whenever you have a guest or visitor, the number one thing they will notice is how you keep your bed area. If your bedsheets are constantly tousled and not neatly folded it can lead anyone to believe that you have a disorderly lifestyle.

4. File and organize your student materials:

We can’t stress enough the importance of organization when it comes to student life. Being a college student means having loads and loads of books or paperwork in your dorm area. It can be hard to manage if all of these materials are all over the place. It can also lead to more stress if it’s hard to find a certain book or paper when the time comes to deliver it.

5. Clean all the surfaces:

The natural outcome when you postpone cleaning your dorm room for some months or weeks is the overwhelming dust that can pile up on the surface. Dust can lead to allergic reactions or persistent coughing if not tackled. It can be easy to forget about maintaining your dorm room as being a student can come with time constraints or an overwhelming amount of productivity for the university.

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