Do you want your house to look and feel like it’s been professionally cleaned Do you want to make sure everything is spotless for your next big event If so, you’ve come to the right place! We’ll show you how to deep clean your house like a professional, so that home looks like a little more comfy and feels amazing.
Declutter Your Home
Once you’ve decluttered your home, it’s time to move onto dusting and vacuuming. Dust accumulates quickly and can cause allergies, so it’s important to clean your house thoroughly. Start by wiping down all the surfaces, then use the vacuum cleaner to remove any remaining dust. You’ll also want to use a damp cloth to remove cobwebs and other debris from hard-to-reach areas. Finally, use a lint roller or brush to get rid of pet hair and other stubborn dirt. When you’re done, your house will be free of dust and ready for the next step in your deep cleaning process.
Dust and Vacuum
After decluttering, it’s time to dust and vacuum. Start with the highest surfaces and work your way down. When dusting, use a microfiber cloth to pick up the dust and use a damp cloth if you need to remove any sticky residue. Vacuum upholstery and carpets using the appropriate attachments, or use a carpet steam cleaning service and pay special attention to areas where dust collects like under furniture and behind radiators.
Clean Hard Floors
After you have decluttered your home, it is time to move on to dusting and vacuuming. Once that is complete, the next step is to clean your hard floors. Start by sweeping the floors to remove any loose dirt and debris. You can then mop the floor with a disinfecting cleanser. Make sure to get into all of the corners and along walls. To make sure your floors are truly clean, you may want to use a steam cleaner for an extra deep clean. This will sanitize the floor and help remove stubborn stains.
Finally, pay attention to your wet area like laundry, toilet, shower and show it some love by bathroom tile and grout cleaning to make them sparkle and new.
Scrub the Walls and Ceilings
After dusting and vacuuming, it’s time to move on to scrubbing the walls and ceilings. To do this, it’s important to use the right tools and products. Start with a soft sponge and a mild soap solution to scrub away any dirt or grime. For stubborn stains, use a brush or scraper with a cleaning agent that is appropriate for the surface material. After washing, rinse the walls and ceilings with clear water and dry them off with a clean, soft cloth. Be sure to pay special attention to any areas that may have mold or mildew, as these must be treated before they can be cleaned effectively. Finally, finish up by wiping down the walls and ceilings with a dry cloth to ensure that all the soap residue is gone.
Clean Windows and Mirrors
Now that the walls and ceilings are clean, it’s time to move on to the windows and mirrors. Start by wiping them down with a dry cloth. This will help remove any stuck on dirt or dust. Once the windows and mirrors are free of debris, you can begin cleaning them with a glass cleaner. Make sure to use a window cleaner that is specifically designed for windows and mirrors, as it will help reduce streaks and provide a streak-free shine. Be sure to clean both sides of each window and mirror, as well as the frame. After cleaning all of the windows and mirrors, wipe them dry with a microfiber cloth to ensure they are completely streak-free. Finally, give the window sills and frames a quick wipe down with a damp cloth.
Clean Appliances and Fixtures
After tackling the floors and walls, it’s time to give your appliances and fixtures a deep cleaning. Begin by removing all items from the refrigerator, cabinets and drawers, and wiping them down with a damp cloth or an all-purpose cleaner. Next, tackle the stove, oven, and range hood by using a degreaser or specialized appliance cleaner. Don’t forget about the dishwasher, which can accumulate build-up from detergent and minerals. To keep fixtures looking their best, use a metal polish for stainless steel surfaces, and a glass cleaner for any glass panels. Finally, use a brush and cleaning solution to clear out any dust or debris that has accumulated in the crevices of your appliances.
Wash Dishware and Kitchen Items
Once you have dusted and vacuumed the kitchen, it is time to start washing the dishes. Begin by emptying the sink and scrubbing any built-up food deposits from its surface. Then, fill the sink with hot, soapy water and use a sponge to wash all of the dishes, cutlery, and kitchen utensils. Rinse them off with clean water, then dry them and put them away. Follow this up by wiping down all kitchen surfaces and countertops with a disinfectant cleaner. Finally, use a glass cleaner to clean the interior and exterior of your refrigerator and microwave. With these steps completed, your kitchen will be sparkling clean! Always keep an eye on your pantry cleaning because quality matters in your pantry.
Tackle Laundry and Bedding
Now that you’ve tackled the bathrooms, you’re ready to move on to laundry and bedding. Before you get started, make sure to gather all the dirty laundry from around the house and sort it into piles. Separate lights from darks and whites, and follow any care instructions on the tags. Don’t forget to check the pockets of your family’s clothing for any items that may need to be laundered separately. Once you have your piles sorted, tackle one at a time. Load the laundry into the washing machine, add detergent, and turn it on. Once the cycle is complete, switch your wet laundry over to the dryer and select a suitable drying cycle. Once everything is clean, put away your freshly laundered clothes and linens. Always keep your laundry room clean so your laundry room is more functional instantly.
Sanitizing bathrooms is an important part of deep cleaning. Gather all of the supplies you will need for this task, such as bathroom cleaner, rags, sponges, and gloves. Remove everything from the tubs and showers and spray them with the bathroom cleaner you prefer and leave them to soak. Next, use a pattern to apply products and walk away. Don’t forget to wipe down baseboards, window treatments, light fixtures and ceiling fans. Finally, clean each room from top to bottom before you’re tempted to pull out the vacuum for a quick job. A deep clean of your bathrooms will ensure that your home is free from germs and bacteria.
Finish with a Deep Clean of Upholstery, Carpet, and Rugs
Once all the other cleaning tasks have been taken care of, it’s time to tackle the upholstery, carpets, and rugs. Vacuum upholstered furniture, carpets, and rugs to lift dirt and debris. Use a mild detergent to spot clean any stains. For carpets and rugs, use the appropriate deep clean product for your type of flooring. If you have a carpet shampooer, use it for a deep clean. Finally, if needed, steam clean carpets and upholstery to remove any lingering dirt and allergens.