Your home is where you spend a lot of time. It’s a space to relax and unwind, watch movies, eat great meals, and sleep…
Your home endures a lot of wear and tear. Even if you clean regularly, and are proud of your home – chances are you could still do a deep clean every once in a while.
Getting your home deep cleaned is a great way to keep your living space fresh and clean. It not only provides you with a more tidy environment, but it also makes it easier to deal with any other messes that happen over the course of the year.
A deep clean brings freshness and cleanliness to your home that you might not ordinarily enjoy. So how do you make it quick and effective?
A deep clean just won’t have the same impact if the rooms in your home are cluttered with a mess. You will still feel like you haven’t done enough to clean your home. So the first step is to start a decluttering process. Decluttering can often take longer than the cleaning itself. You might even be surprised to find that one you have decluttered you don’t have that much to do!
- Put everything in its rightful place.
- Donate or sell what you don't love or use.
- Invest in storage for things you need but don't use often.
Decluttering and organization are the keys to giving you the easiest time for deep cleaning. The less mess you have to work around, the better.
Unless you have industrial carpet and upholstery cleaners, know how to remove mold, and your gutters are within easy reach – it is better to call in the experts.
Hiring experts will make your final job a lot easier. These big jobs are done better by a professional who is trained to use specialized machinery.
It is a good idea to book the carpet cleaner as one of the last jobs, though, allowing you to get on with the rest first.
You might often miss out on the more detailed work in a regular clean. The faucets, crumbs in the drawers in the kitchen, ceiling fans, the windows, vent covers, and even the oven!
The details make the difference between a regular clean and a deep clean. The toothbrush holders, shower curtains, and ensuring to unscrew the toilet lid and clean between all of the gaps is essential.
Top to bottom
Ever heard the saying something has been cleaned from top to bottom? Well, that is exactly what you are going to do. You will start high up and work your way to the floors in each area.
Everything within eye level will be tackled after the ceilings, fans, vents, tops of cupboards, and other high areas.
To clean most of these areas, you won’t need harsh chemicals; all you will need is a damp sponge and maybe some soap for hard-to-remove grease or grime.
Are you ready to create a great cleaning routine? Check out: Daily Routine: 5 Quick and Simple Tips for a Tidy Home.