The term ‘home cleaning’ may be a bit too generic for many people, but it’s a term you might find used in many homes.
It refers to the task of keeping things in order, such as cleaning your kitchen or washing dishes or cleaning the car, washing the car and then storing it in the garage.
However, there are many different categories of home cleaning, and many people choose to go with ‘home washing’ or ‘home maintenance’ instead.
For example, the term ‘dry cleaning’ has been used for a long time to refer to cleaning the outside of the house or in a car, or cleaning in a shed or garage.
The term was first coined in the 1970s by the British company Wetterling, who made a line of hand dryers for the home.
The concept of home washing was first introduced in the United States in the 1950s, and it was used by people like Fred Astaire to clean his home, as well as by the US Army in the ’50s.
In many cases, the phrase ‘home wash’ is used to describe cleaning the home itself, rather than the clothes or other items in the home that need to be washed.
Although the term may sound like a bit of a cliche, ‘home-washing’ is actually very popular in Australia and New Zealand.
While most Australians consider themselves to be a very home-oriented culture, there’s also a large number of Australians who say they would consider ‘home laundry’ as a way to go out of the home and take care of their homes, as opposed to simply washing things in the washroom.
When choosing what to do with your laundry, you can also consider your neighbours, friends and relatives as well.
If you’ve been given a laundry basket, it can be very helpful to know how to use it, how to fold it and how to hang it up to dry, before you spend your time cleaning your own home.
You can also read a lot more about home cleaning in our guide to home washing.
Want more advice on cleaning your home?
Check out our guide: What is home cleaning?