There’ll certainly come a time in which even the neatest and tidiest of homes will do just fine with a good deep cleaning. As a pretty tedious task which can easily become overwhelming, it’s always helpful to break the tasks into smaller and more manageable tasks. This guide will show you the best approach to take to have your residential property deep cleaned. However, if you are not confident enough to pull this off, we’d strongly advise that you get in touch with a professional domestic cleaners who can help guarantee the best results and also save you some time as well as money that could result from costly errors or accidents.
- Dust your house. Dust each and every single room of your house, including the topsides of all furnitures, the undersides of the shelves as well as the handrails, picture frames, TV screens and knickknacks. It’s always better and easier to dry dust, but you can also dampen a microfibre cloth with warm water to get rid of stubborn stains.
- Clean furniture fabric. Neaten the pillows and furniture blankets, strip and remake beds. Also, brush the furniture surfaces using a vacuum extension as required.
- Clean the mirrors and glass. Use a soft and clean cloth (both wet and dry) to wipe down mirrors and windows throughout the house.
- Clean surfaces. Wipe all surfaces throughout the house and disinfect as needed. Ensure to clean all surfaces that the fingers touch like door handles, light swtiches, TV remotes and the likes.
- Clean the kitchen and bathroom. Spray cleaner on sinks, tubs and toilets and leave for some minutes before coming back to scrub. Wipe down the microwave, cabinet and appliance doors in the kitchen.
- Clean floors. Sweep and mop or scrub the floors as required.
- Vacuum the house. Make sure that all the necessary areas are well vacuumed.