Deep house cleaning is necessary for every house though not done weekly, at least, your home deserves deep house cleaning in a month or two.
Who wants to have a clean, sanitized, and well-organized home? Don't you? Many are in awe in a well-cleaned house, free from too much dust particles, and well-arranged furniture. Even the tidiest home sometimes needs a deep house cleaning. Why? Deep house cleaning delineates your tasks into chunks; thus, making them manageable. Sounds interesting, right? What you must do and how you do deep cleaning?
Here are a few deep house cleaning guides:
Declutter before deep cleaning
Remove any clutter that is visible that does not belong in the room or find a new place. Keep well the stuff behind closed doors for another day to help ease your in-depth cleaning checklist. Clearing your clutter makes deep cleaning more manageable, and seeing those clean surfaces help boost your motivation to keep going. Does this guide sound pretty cool? You must try this in your home if given enough time, or you may hire a deep cleaning expert to do the tasks for you. Decluttering profits you and your family as well.
Start high, then go low.
Large, hard-to-reach surfaces must be in your priority. Following this in a sequence is a great help: ceiling, ceiling trim, ceiling light fixtures (including bulbs), walls, the rest of the edge, and baseboards. The best equipment for these surfaces is a clean microfiber mop and a duster with a telescoping handle. They are thin enough to be used behind the sofa without you moving it. Above the eye-level, a spritz of water is what you need on the mop. Surfaces nearer to the floor usually build up dirt and dust; thus, use warm water that is mixed with dishwashing soap. Adding white vinegar to the mixture helps prevent mold and mildew on your bathroom floors.
Deep clean windows
In cleaning the window, vacuum first the sills and tracks. From top to bottom direction, spray the window with a glass cleaner. Let the cleaner do its thing for a minute or two, then squeeze it off. It is also easier to see and fix streaks if you wipe in one direction on the inside windows and another on outside ones.
Remove dust from surfaces.
Firstly, wipe all remaining hard surfaces like shelves, furniture, built-ins, etc. using furniture cleaner, a polish, and soft cloth. Secondly, put a clean cotton tube sock on your dominant hand to dust surfaces, moving objects out of the way with the other hand for an extra quick clean. Finally, take a lint roller to the lampshades. Dust-free surfaces are fantastic to look at and even harmless to touch!
Deep clean the floors.
All the dust particles from the top or the ceiling or even from the sides are all down on the floor. Thus, deep cleaning of the floor is essential. Appropriate cleaning materials or equipment in cleaning maintain your flooring's quality and make your floor vibrantly clean, dust-free, and well-sanitized.
Imagine doing all these guidelines in deep house cleaning. Your home will be vibrantly beautiful. You must sometimes invest in deep house cleaning to ensure your home's overall appearance and your health and your family's comfort.