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How to Clean a House Professionally with Task Cleaning

How to Clean a House Professionally

So, you have decided to clean your house but you don’t clean your house professionally as it is meant to be. Let me share my experience, last year I was in a hotel so a maid came in to clean the house so I was watching her and she used some kind of solution and after two minutes she used a cleaning cloth and just by wiping it was shining and sparkling and I thought I spend an hour to clean my house but even after then I don’t get the result that she gets. I asked her what she has used so she too he told that it was Butcher’s Bath Mate—an industry standby.

We have cleaned our house many times but now I will tell you how to do it professionally as it consumes less time and the result is extraordinary. pro cleaners have many tricks so we asked some to school us and after some acknowledgment, I will tell you briefly in an easy way.

The Best way to Clean your House

How to Clean a House Professionally

The biggest mistake people do is clean room by room, it is very much slow and consumes very time like cleaning your kitchen takes 4 hours or cleaning house top to bottom takes 4 hours as told by pro cleaners. So, in reality, just wiping things down and moving on is quick and efficient.

Most pro are in favor or gives advice to task cleaning like first do dust cleaning and a little walk will be quite good for your health before starting the next task I find that it’s faster because you’re in a mindset to keep moving. Follow these steps to clean your house in a easy way and if you are a beginner it will take 4 hours and after some time when you are pro it will take 2 hours so follow these steps.

Our Ultimate Cleaning Guide

How to Clean a House Professionally

Try doing the task cleaning and for every task like dusting start from the highest point and then come to the lower point and by this way, you won’t miss any spot and will not clean already cleaned spots so it will come handy.

Dusting

How to Clean a House Professionally

Start with dusting from the highest point to the lowest and thoroughly clean every spot all shelves, up and down of furniture and T.V, etc. Use a cleaning solution to make it easy and to wipe out fingerprints use a fiber cloth with a warm cloth. Pro cleaning tip: Look up top. “People don’t dust up on the very top of furniture, and that’s where all the dust collects and then falls off,”

Furniture Fabric Cleaning

How to Clean a House Professionally

After dusting do furniture cleaning, brush furniture you can also use a vacuum extension if required and thoroughly walk around the house remake beds and clean furniture upside down and also neaten furniture blankets and bedsheets so do step by step following task cleaning to make it easier.

Mirror and Glass Cleaning

How to Clean a House Professionally

Mirror and glass are those materials which can fingerprint and dust particles on them easily and can be seen from far away so thoroughly clean them as mirror and glass are meant to shine and sparkle so for this use a solution and then take a cloth wipe every spot on them and it will shine like it is new. Pro cleaning tip: Using one wet and one dry microfiber cloth won’t leave streaks.

Clean Surfaces

How to Clean a House Professionally

After this, your next task is to clean every counter and surface of your house. Wear disposable gloves when cleaning and disinfecting surfaces. Gloves should be discarded after each cleaning, If surfaces are dirty, they should be cleaned using a detergent or soap and water prior to disinfection. Clean surfaces using soap and water, then use disinfectant. Cleaning with soap and water reduces the number of germs, dirt, and impurities on the surface. Spray liberally on surfaces and wipe clean with a soft cleaning cloth. Generally speaking, all you need is a little all-purpose cleaner.

Clean the Kitchen

How to Clean a House Professionally

The next step is to clean the kitchen from top to bottom, Clear clutter off your counters Empty the dishwasher and the dish drainer, and wash dishes. Dust the tops of the fridge and cabinets. Clean small appliances Clean anything else that stays out on your counters. Scrub down the exterior of your stove and oven. Wipe down your counters. Deep clean your sink. Instructions on intensely cleaning the kitchen in your home. Use the kitchen checklist to give you a deep-down clean.

Clean the Bathroom

How to Clean a House Professionally

Stop Moisture. Keep showers dry to stave off mildew and mold by hanging a squeegee in the showerhead for the family to use after they bathe. Use Water Repellent, Clean the Sink, Clean the Toilet. Clean the Drains, Clean the Tub, Clean the Showerhead. pour vinegar or baking soda down the drain and rinse with hot water. Use disinfecting wipes for the handles and faucets in order to prevent transfer of bacteria from other parts of the bathroom (like the toilet). Use floss to clean the base, where the faucet and taps are flush with the sink.

Clean Floors

How to Clean a House Professionally

For weekly cleaning, use Reichert’s spritz-and-dry mop technique to keep tile floors looking fresh: Gently mix 1/4 cup vinegar in a 16-ounce spray bottle with 1 drop of dish soap and warm water. Spray the floor one section at a time and wipe with a damp microfiber mop as you go. Vacuum, dust or wipe with a lightly dampened mop – never use soap-based detergents, as they can leave a dull film on the floor, and avoid over-wetting. Don’t use a wax polish, either: it will make the floor too slippery. To remove marks and stains, use a dilute solution of water and vinegar. Damp-mopping is by far the best method for cleaning vinyl sheet flooring, vinyl tile, and ceramic or porcelain tile.

Vacuum the House

How to Clean a House Professionally

Use the crevice attachment (if you have one) on your vacuum cleaner first. Vacuum horizontally in each room. Vacuum vertically in each room. Vacuum from the furthest corner away from the door and vacuum your way out of the room. Use a neutralizer if your carpet needs a little freshening. To vacuum like the professionals, you need to vacuum in rows. First, vacuum a row of carpet in one direction, wall-to-wall. This pass should be against the nap of the carpet to make it fluff up, making the deep dirt come up easier. After the entire room is done, vacuum the room going the opposite direction. Interior designers and hygiene experts agree that floors should be vacuumed once weekly at minimum. Flooring of all types collects dust and dirt that can detract from their beauty, whether you notice a dingy look or not. More importantly, going longer than a week between vacuuming sessions can lead to health issues.

I will also give in points so you could remember tasks regarding every room

All areas of the house

  • Dust surfaces
  • Dust and hand wipe furniture tops
  • Dust baseboards, chair rails, and door panels
  • Dust ceiling fans (within reach)
  • Vacuum carpets
  • Vacuum and damp mop floors
  • Dust blinds, window sills, and lock ledges
  • Dust furniture
  • Dust pictures frames
  • Dust lamp and lampshades
  • Dust and clean mirrors
  • Empty all trash

Bathrooms

  • Dust surfaces
  • Dust blinds, window sills, and lock ledges
  • Dust cabinets, door panels, and baseboards
  • Clean and disinfect surfaces
  • Spot clean cabinet fronts
  • Clean, disinfect, and shine showers and tubs
  • Clean and disinfect toilets inside and out
  • Clean and disinfect doorknobs and switch plates
  • Shine fixtures
  • Vacuum and damp mop floors
  • Empty trash

Kitchen

  • Dust surfaces
  • Dust blinds, window sills, and lock ledges
  • Dust chair rails, cabinets, door panels, and baseboards
  • Dust top of the refrigerator
  • Clean and disinfect countertops
  • Spot clean cabinet fronts
  • Clean and disinfect doorknobs and switch plates
  • Clean and disinfect sink
  • Clean and disinfect microwave inside and out
  • Clean, disinfect, and shine outside of oven and top of the range
  • Clean, disinfect, and shine outside of the dishwasher
  • Clean, disinfect, and shine outside of the refrigerator
  • Clean and disinfect kitchen table
  • Vacuum and damp mop floors
  • Empty trash

Bedrooms

  • Dust furniture
  • Dust baseboards, chair rails, and door panels
  • Dust surfaces
  • Dust and hand wipe furniture tops
  • Dust blinds, window sills, and lock ledges
  • Damp wipe door panels and frames
  • Damp wipe baseboards and window sills
  • Damp wipe kitchen and bathroom cabinets
  • Make beds (upon request)
  • Spring/Deep Cleaning Tasks
  • Everything included in the regular cleaning plus:
  • Vacuum and damp mop floors (if non-carpet)
  • Vacuum carpets
  • Vacuum upholstered furniture
  • Change sheets (upon request)
  • Remove cobwebs
  • Empty trash
  • And also, a supply list you need things to clean the house you can check seeing this:

Supply List

  • Step ladder
  • Microfiber mops
  • Magic Erasers
  • Bathroom cleaner
  • Floor cleaner
  • Small toothbrush
  • Scrub pads
  • Granite cleaner
  • All-purpose cleaner
  • Furniture polish
  • Grout brush
  • Stainless steel cleaner
  • Cleaning cloths (Terry and Micro Fiber Cloths) Dust mop
  • Microfiber pads
  • Broom/Dustpan
  • Supply caddy (home depot or Target has some nice caddy’s)
  • Glass cleaner

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