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How to Clean Your House Like a Pro From Top to Bottom?

Aug 11

You're in a rush to get the cleaning done so you can enjoy your Saturday. You can get your house clean quickly using professional cleaning techniques, which will free you up to do other things.


Better Techniques

It's so exciting to clean your home. However, it is essential to maintain a clean and tidy home. It can be much easier than you think. You will be able to finish your chores faster, and the house will look a lot cleaner if you use the same methods used by professional cleaners. It all comes down to organization and using better cleaning techniques.


Get the gear

It can be a waste of time to bring one cleaning item, such as a cloth to dust, into a room and then put it away. Instead of running around the house looking for the right product, pros carry a bag with all their cleaning products. This allows them to get the job done quickly. You can also bring a vacuum.


First, use the products

Cleaning toilets, hard water deposits, and oven spillages, for example, require cleaners that can take time to dissolve stains. Apply cleaners to these areas before you start other cleaning chores. This will allow the chemicals to have a chance of softening and breaking down the stains. Apply the cleaners and go on with your other cleaning tasks. The stains will easily come off when you return, and you won't need to spend any time cleaning.


Declutter and then Clean

Toys, books, and other objects on coffee tables or floors make it difficult to vacuum and dust effectively. The fastest and most efficient way to clean is to get rid of all the items that belong elsewhere. You'll then have a clear plan for cleaning. However, if you try to clean both, it will lead you in circles.


Establish a Pattern

You may have ever been in a room without knowing where to begin cleaning. You can use gravity to clean dust, crumbs, and other debris. Start at the top and work your way down. You can also work from left to right. This is a time-saving and efficient way to organize kitchens and bathrooms. It will also help you deal with tubs, sinks, counters, and floors.


Avoid the Mop in the Bathroom

Bathrooms are small, so maneuvering a mop between the cabinet and the tub is often difficult. Wiping down the bathroom floor with a rag is a good idea. This won't work for larger kitchen floors, but it is the easiest way to make your bathroom floor sparkle. If you have trouble kneeling, consider investing in some kneepads for everyday cleaning.


Dust First, Vacuum Last

Professional cleaners will not vacuum a home unless they are on their way out. The homeowner will see the freshly vacuumed carpet lines when they arrive home. Dust and other debris that falls to the floor if you vacuum before you dust and straighten up. You'll need to vacuum again.


Vacuum Furniture

Candy wrappers, pet fur, and crumb can build up behind chair and sofa cushions. It is best to take out the cushions and vacuum underneath them each time you clean. The upholstery attachment can be used to clean the fabric's surface. This will help remove dust and dirt that can otherwise make your furniture look dingy.


Microfiber can be used on stainless steel

Many appliances today are made of stainless steel. This metallic surface makes kitchens sparkle and shine. However, streaks can be left behind if you wipe down appliances with a kitchen towel and a kitchen rag. For stainless steel to shine, wipe the stains with a microfiber cloth. Follow up immediately with a dry, clean microfiber cloth.


You can see the grain on the hardwood

Today's floor cleaning and polishing products can make your hardwood floors shine. However, you will get the best results by mopping or polishing in the same direction of the grain. This will help prevent ugly cross-grain marks from appearing when the cleaner dries. Use cleaner sparingly on wooden floors. Wipe up any residue between planks with an absorbent cloth.


Take a trash bag

While you clean, you will need a place to dispose of trash. Before you leave a room, you should empty the waste can. It is easiest to take a large trash bag and empty each room's trash into the bag. Kitchen garbage should only be bagged separately.


Vacuum the kitchen

A vacuum can be used to sweep dirt and crumbs from floors. However, a wand attachment can make it double-duty in the kitchen. To get the best results, vacuum the areas in the cabinets and drawers of the kitchen where crumbs tend to settle, such as the silverware drawer or the dry cereal shelf. You'll soon have a clean kitchen.


Make Sparkle with Scrape

Although cleaning windows can be time-consuming and expensive, it doesn't have to be difficult. Sparkle Glass Cleaner is a professional window cleaner who has perfected the art of cleaning windows. Once the window is damp, use a razor blade to scrape off any gunk. You can then dry your windows with newspapers.


Use bleach to clean sinks

Sinks, particularly kitchen sinks, can collect all kinds of gunk and residue, leading to bacteria and germs. Fill the sink with cool water before you begin cleaning. Then, add 1 cup of liquid laundry bleach to 5 gallons of water. While you clean elsewhere, let the water sit and drain the water before cleaning the sink with an all-purpose cleaner. You can also clean the drain pipes with bleach water.


Triple-line Trash Cans

Triple-lining your trash cans will save you time next time. When it comes time to empty the trash can, remove the outermost liner. You'll still have two liners. You can also fold up some extra liners and place them in the bottom of your trash can, so they are handy for when you need them.


Use a shower squeegee

You don't want to finish cleaning your shower and find that there are hard water spots or cracks in the tiles. Use a sponge to remove any gunk or stains. Rinse the walls with clean water after spraying the cleaning product. Use a rubber squeegee handheld to remove any droplets from the tiles while they are still damp.