Kitchen is much bigger and more places to clean. And more items with no immediate place to go. However, I have only one kitchen and three bathrooms. Therefore I begrudgingly pick kitchen. And then there will be cookies. And still one pile of stuff with no home.
@OnionSoup See and I was ready to joke about those fictitious spy cameras are in the bathroom for, you know, use on the… umm… dark web for adult viewing pleasure only. You wrecked my fun!!! Go put those spy cameras in there immediately.
a) I messed it up (just put up about 25 cups of jams and jellies over the past few days)
b) I’m the only one home right now (SWMBO is out of town)
c) bathroom gets cleaned less frequently than kitchen.
kitchen. looks the most different than any other room once it’s clean so it feels the most satisfying for my efforts. also, i don’t have to be crawling around or squatting or whatever. and there’s no tub.
I usually do both. Not so fun fact, I threw out my back earlier this week so I’ve been pretty laid up with a heating pad trying to keep it rested and prevent re-injuring it. That means the wife has been doing laundry, dishes, and a lot of the cooking I normally do. She actually said the other day “Boy, you sure do a lot around here. I should probably help out more”
It was nice to feel validated my efforts in keeping our home tidy is appreciated.
I usually make it a point to clean my kitchen mess as soon as I’m done, avoiding a pile up and the inevitable major cleanup. Dishes and utensils get scraped and put in the dishwasher immediately after use. Dishwasher gets run when full (enough). Unless they need to soak, pots and pans are cleaned and put away. Counter and table gets wiped down as needed. Done!
The house cleaner scrubs the bathrooms every other week. We do an occasional quick wipe down as needed in between.
The room is devoted to washing dirt and waste into a drain and away from that room, so it should be pretty clean already. And, if you’re careful, you can probably just hose it down.
/image hose down bathroom
I try to avoid doing either-isn’t that what a wife is for? Besides I take care of all Walter’s needs-feeding him and cleaning up after him and that is way more effort than cleaning both a bathroom and/or a kitchen. Bird poo is much worse than human poo.