Jumpstart Your Deep Cleaning

Published by: Angel Del Rosario at June 28, 2021 09:39 AM

Deadline. Reports. Online meetings. Kids’ school module. Laundry. Housekeeping. The list goes on. 

 

Sounds familiar?  

 

If you’re a working mom with this list, you might want to consider getting help around the house. 

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It can be overwhelming to clean, especially if you have kids around and work to manage. The endless clutter, dirt build-up, and viruses that might be present in your home can be worrisome. If you want to protect your family, save extra hours and spend it on things that matter, you can hire professionals to deep clean your home.   

 

Deep Cleaning removes the deep-seated dirt and grime in your home. It covers tasks that are not included in your usual daily cleaning. It ensures that your house will be clean and spotless, so you can spend little time on regular cleaning. It also gives protection against harmful and disease-causing elements. The best part? You get to have some free time! 

 

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Book this service if you’re expecting guests, leasing your home, or just want a clean and sparkling place! Deep cleaning will need at least 4 hours and will depend on the dirt/grime and number of rooms to finish.  

 

Tasks include, but not limited to: 

  • Removing soap stains and scums from the shower head, faucet, floor tiles, kitchen tiles 

  • Removing build up dirt behind appliances, inside the cabinet and cupboards 

  • Dusting shelves, doors, furniture, baseboards in all rooms 

  • Disinfecting and sanitizing all surfaces and areas 

  • Wiping clean all window glasses and sills 

 

See for yourself how much you can accomplish with that extra time you will save from all that cleaning! Schedule your deep cleaning service now

 

Next: Deep Cleaning Your Living Room Checklist


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Deep Cleaning Your Living Room Checklist

The living room is a busy area in most homes.    It’s where you usually gather as a family, where you receive guests, and often, a sweet spot for most pets. It is also where you pass through when going to other parts of your home.    All that activity can accumulate lots of dirt, grime, and dust, and there’s no better way to clean than to deep clean.     Deep Cleaning the Living Room and Its’ Importance  In our previous post about what deep cleaning is, we discussed how it’s different from regular cleaning and the tasks involved with it. Rather than it being a quick cleaning hack, it requires a thorough cleaning of your home. Even if you sweep and dust once a week, there are nooks and crannies that can’t be cleaned by your regular cleaning.    To help you, we compiled this checklist so you can give your living room some extra love. But before that, you can answer these questions first:  Is your living room cluttered?  Is there dust spewing into the air whenever you sit down on your couch?  Do you have trouble finding time to clean your living room thoroughly?    If you answered YES to all our questions, then this checklist is perfect for you! Complete them little by little whenever you have time. But, in case you could not find time at all, leave it to a cleaning professional near you.    Preliminary Steps for Living Room Deep Cleaning  Declutter. If you have a cluttered living room, spend 15 minutes or less to clear out the clutter.  This could be anything—from your kids’ toys, your teens’ books or your husband’s magazines.  Remove all non-living room items.   Prepare your supplies. Make sure you have everything you need before you begin deep  cleaning. Suggested tools and supplies are the following:  Dust Mop  Cleaning Cloth (microfiber works best)  Step-ladder  Small bucket with handle  Sponges  Gentle cleanser  Spot remover  Multi-purpose cleaner  Window glass cleaner  Vacuum cleaner  Gloves  Complete a task or two. If you’re working and can only spare a little time as possible, find 30-45 minutes each day to do one task or do them by batch (some tasks take little time, some take longer). But don’t get us wrong, if you have an entire day, complete them all at once, so you can relax after all the cleaning.      Living Room Deep Cleaning Checklist  Now that you’re done with the preliminary steps, use this checklist to deep clean your living room. Complete them all in few hours, or do it one task at a time.  Dust down living room ceiling, corners of walls, and top of your furniture  Dust flat surfaces and décor along the living room walls  Dust and clean the ceiling fan (if there’s any) in the living room  Take down curtains and blinds to clean them or have them clean by professional  Dust mantle   Empty shelves and cabinets; dust and wipe the interior and exterior  Remove smudges and polish light switches, door knobs thoroughly   Vacuum around base of walls and heavy furniture.  Vacuum lampshades and table accents  Vacuum couches and chairs. If covers are removable, remove and wash them.  Vacuum throw pillows. If covers are removable, remove and wash them.  Vacuum floor, carpet, and throw rugs.  Wipe down electronic screen and devices, entertainment center and tabletops  Clean or wash the doormats in and out your doorways  Clean and polish the floor  Disinfect and sanitize the whole area      After you’re done with all the tasks, you can relax and enjoy even when last-minute guests stop by to visit. Your weekly cleaning will also be easier, so spend those extra hours for things that matter.      If you have a limited time, a bigger house or don’t want to spend time on cleaning, you can always book a deep cleaning service near you.    Coming Soon: Deep Cleaning for your Bathroom. Check back here for update or subscribe to our email.