Keeping your home environment sanitary is an important step in adulthood and maturity, it will keep you and your guests safe and healthy. If you schedule tasks/chores for cleaning each day then the cleaning won’t take as much time, pick up trash every time it appears, make your bed every morning, then vacuum/sweep on certain days of the week.
Cleaning your home includes:
Sweeping and dusting: Dust is bad for you and it's dirty, get it off of surfaces so you don't ingest it.
Vacuuming soft surfaces: You should do it for the same reason as sweeping and dusting but it will also extend the life of the carpet and couches.
Kitchen: Wipe down counter tops, the interior of the microwave and the interior of the refrigerator with bleach to kill bacteria. Clean dishes/glassware/silverware/pans/pots with soap and warm water or the dishwasher. Wipe down the stove after every use.
Bathroom: Wipe down counters with bleach to kill bacteria. Toilets and Showers will have specific cleaners at the store like brushes, soaps, or sprays.
Items to keep on hand: Broom, dust pan, duster, dish detergent, laundry detergent, general cleaning solutions, dish cloth, sponge, dish towel, bleach, and a scrub brush.
Things to avoid:
Clorox can stain clothes and burn skin.
DO NOT mix bleach and Windex, it creates a chloramine (mustard gas) and hydrazine, deadly chemical gasses.
Don't clean your stove top with the scratchy side of a sponge, it will cause scratch marks.
Dusting and counter top cleaning should be done before mopping and vacuuming to avoid knocking dust onto the newly cleaned floors. In other words, "Clean top to bottom".