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Cleaning Checklist for the Home

Cleaning Your Home, Step by Step

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  • Put on some upbeat music before you begin roaming from room to room. Good work. Get rid of the mess and, while you do, question your possessions. It’s easier to maintain a spotless home if you don’t have a lot of stuff to store, clean, and dust. Take stock of the books, periodicals, newspapers, DVDs, furniture, toys, old computers, and outgrown clothing and shoes in your home to decide if any of these items can be donated or recycled. As you get ready to dust, turn off the ceiling fans and light fixtures.
  • Speaking of closets, it’s time to minimise and organise, so if you have any that you’re reluctant to open, get over it.
  • Use microfiber cloths to dust (move from left to right, top to bottom). This will reduce allergies and enhance the quality of the air in your home. For eliminating cobwebs, mops and brooms with dampened towels tied to the ends work nicely. Use the thread to close the slatted blinds one way, dust them, then close them the other way and repeat. It works well and is much more efficient than attempting to install one slat at a time. The tops of your doors, fans, light fixtures, picture frames, and yes, all of your trinkets should be checked (keep them in display cases to reduce dusting work). Use glass cleaner on a cotton towel or microfiber to clean the faces of framed photographs, TV screens, and computer monitors to prevent streaks.
  • Vacuum. Use the appropriate settings and accessories, and make sure your bag or compartment isn’t already full. Hit the upholstered furniture and all of the flooring in the house. Be astonished at how many missing objects you discover under your couch cushions, such as socks or your favourite pen.
  • mop and treat floors (except kitchen). Start mopping at the farthest part of the space and work your way back toward the door. After finishing each 4 × 4 foot space, rinse the mop.
  • cleaning of the furniture. Some wooden furniture every now and again requires a thorough waxing.


  • Clean the counters and cabinets (start at the immediate right of the stove).
  • Appliance faces should be cleaned (refrigerator, microwave, dishwasher).
  • sanitise the stovetop.
  • Clean the microwave’s interior.
  • Soak the stove knobs and drip pans in the sink.
  • Wash the sink both inside and out.
  • Mop and sweep the floor (go light on cleaning products in the water to avoid build-up).

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Cleaning Checklist for Bathrooms

  • Rugs and wastebaskets should be removed (if you didn’t when vacuuming earlier).
  • Take everything out of the shower or tub.
  • Place a bathmat in the shower or bathtub.
  • Use warm water to wet the tub/shower walls.
  • Give the tile and grout cleanser some time to sit.
  • Using all-purpose cleanser, clean everything but the toilet, vanity, shower/tub, and mirror.
  • Fill a bucket with water and 14 cups of all-purpose cleanser in advance of cleaning the floor.
  • Scrub the shower/tub door and walls while standing on the bath mat (use a grout brush in-between tiles as needed).
  • Scrub the floor of the tub or shower with tile and grout cleanser.
  • Clean the soap dishes or shower racks.
  • Shower track cleaning.
  • With a cloth, clean and dry the tub/shower walls.
  • In the sink and soap dish, spritz tile and grout cleaner.
  • Spray all-purpose cleanser on the countertop.
  • the sink.
  • Utilize a grout brush to clean the drain and faucet.
  • Rinse your rag in the sink.
  • Clean the vanity’s top.
  • Clean the cabinet doors.
  • After spraying the mirror with glass cleaner, buff it.
  • Water the faucets.
  • With the bucket’s solution, clean the floor, then let it air dry.
  • Replace the wastebaskets, bath mats, and carpets.

Cleaning Checklist for Bedrooms

  • Your bedrooms will be essentially finished if you have already cleaned the house, organised your closets, and cleared out any clutter. Finally, just say:
  • Vacuum any furniture that you earlier stored for vacuuming (chairs, diaper pails, etc.).
  • Lie in bed.
  • Straighten.
  • special initiatives Should you arrange the socks in your drawer? Place the folded clothes in the dresser. Place a mint on your bed?


  • Use newspaper to wipe and a streak-free glass cleaner (don’t spray too much).
  • Use a squeegee of professional grade to clean big, challenging windows.
  • Remove the window screens from the frame, then scrub them with a solution of all-purpose cleanser and warm water. With a bristle brush and an outdoor hose, thoroughly clean each screen before reinstalling it in the window to dry.
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