Here are some helpful tips when deep-cleaning your home:

Now that the time has come to do a little deep house cleaning, you have to decide just how deep you plan to go and whether it might be a better idea to hire a professional cleaning service to do the job. If it has been a while since the last time you did a serious deep clean or you are moving in or out of the house, this could turn out to be a pretty big project.

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Here are some tips on how to deep clean your home:

In the Kitchen

The kitchen is typically the most heavily used room in the house and also the best place to start your deep house cleaning. Start with the refrigerator and remove everything in both the fridge and the freezer before scrubbing it from top to bottom, including the shelves in the door, the drawers and under them. Do the same with the stove/oven, microwave oven, and all shelves and appliances. If this sounds like a lot of work it is, you may also want to consider hiring a professional cleaning service to get the job done.

In the Bathrooms

The bathrooms in most houses tend to get a bit rough if you don’t take the time to deep clean them frequently. The biggest problem areas are the grout between the tiles on the shower wall and floor. It can take a very long time to scrub them clean with a small brush (think toothbrush) and a heavy-duty cleaning product. Then there is still the toilet and sink(s) along with all the cabinets, drawers, and any other furniture or fixtures to be scrubbed.

Drapes and Blinds

The good news is that most drapes today can be washed and dried at home or at the local laundromat (they have bigger washers and dryers). You will also need to use a damp cloth to wipe down the blinds and window sills. When you contact American Housekeeping for deep house cleaning, our expert cleaners will even take care of cleaning the windows as well.

The Bedrooms

This is one room that needs some serious deep cleaning as so many areas of it get ignored. You might be surprised at all the different areas that tend to collect dust beside under the bed. This includes behind furniture where you can use the vacuum to remove the dust. Dust off bed posts, headboards, window sills, and mirrors.

Throughout the House

Now it’s time to pull down all of the light covers and wash them, wipe down ceiling fan blades, replace any dead light bulbs, clean switch covers, and anything else that you haven’t already cleaned with a damp microfiber cloth. Finally, it’s time to tackle the floors now that the rest of the house is clean. You can use a mop on hardwood, tile, or vinyl floors and then steam clean the carpets.

If you do your own deep house cleaning, it could take you days to get the whole house spotlessly clean. American Housekeeping can get your home spotlessly clean while you sit back and relax. Visit our website and let us tell you all about our deep cleaning specials. We take all of the hard work out of deep cleaning your home as well as routine house cleaning services.

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