Americans worry the most about this when it comes to keeping their homes clean

It's time to make it Facebook official: America is in love with cleaning, and not even the "Sunday scaries" will stop them from tidying up. A survey of 2,000 U.S. residents found the average person cleans their home seven times per month and deep-cleans it five times per month. Differentiating between the two, respondents identified cleaning as mopping (71%), washing dishes (68%) and wiping off the tables (65%). Meanwhile, people consider cleaning the windows (53%), bathtub (50%) and toilet (41%) as deep-cleaning tasks. Commissioned by LG Electronics and conducted by OnePoll, the study also revealed Saturday mornings to be the best time to clean. In contrast, Sunday nights and early Monday mornings were deemed as the worst times. Respondents also identified which chores are better to do during the day and night. People prefer vacuuming (40%), cleaning the toilet (34%) and mopping (33%) throughout the day.

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