Performing a Deep Clean Just Like Professional Cleaners

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If you have ever had professional cleaners come to clean your home, you probably noticed that they were able to clean thoroughly and with amazing precision. A lot of cleaning companies train their cleaning staff to use the right cleaning supplies and techniques for a specific task, and to complete their cleaning to a very high standard.

If you are feeling overwhelmed about performing a deep clean in your home but aren't quite ready to hire expert cleaners then follow these simple cleaning strategies to make the grueling process more easy-going.

First, take the deep cleaning process in stride. Don't feel pressured to accomplish everything in one day. Unlike professional cleaners, you don't need to complete the whole property within a few hours and be out in time to move onto the next scheduled property. Instead you can take as much time as you need to get your house to reach the spotlessly clean level that you are hoping for. You can save a lot of time and stress by carefully developing a plan of action. Start by cleaning the higher priority areas.

If you have a relatively short time to clean before guests arrive then you should only clean the rooms that they are likely to use. Keep the doors closed to the off limit rooms and your guests will be none the wiser of their unruly state.

If you don't have any planned visits that create a deadline for your deep cleaning, you should clean your house from top to bottom. Start by cleaning the light fixtures, then cabinets and shelves, and work your way down to the floor. By going from top to bottom you let dust and dirt fall to the ground so that you won't leave a single speck behind. This also means that you should start on the top floor of your house before progressing to the bottom floor.

Expert cleaners keep all the necessary cleaning supplies in a small bucket and carry it room to room. This will save you a lot of energy as opposed to rushing to the storage area every time you want to swap cleaning products for different surfaces. You should also focus on one floor at a time. Don't drain yourself by running up and down the stairs, cleaning the upstairs bathroom, then the downstairs kitchen, then the upstairs bedroom etc.

In order to simplify your clean, tidy all the clutter in a room before cleaning it. Some professional cleaners require that things are all in their place before they begin a deep clean. It saves time if you put everything away first by allowing you to focus on one task at a time, thereby avoiding the interruption of moving junk out of the way as you dust or vacuum.

When deep cleaning, you don't need to stop at the front door. A lot of professional cleaners don't offer to clean the driveway or garden, or clean the windows on the outside. However, you will likely find that it really isn't difficult to do yourself. You may even find it to be motivating as you imagine pushing the dirt right out of your home as you move from the inside to the outside. Perhaps you may want to enlist the help of family members to clean the outside while you clean the inside. By following these simple tips you can make a big task much more manageable.

Copyright @ FastKlean

Antoaneta Tsocheva is the director of FastKlean, one of the best Cleaning Companies London, which has provided cleaning services throughout the capital since 2001. Based in 26 York Street, London, W1U 6PZ, they offer a variety of cleaning services in Greater and Central London that are performed by highly skilled and professional cleaners. Call 020 8884 9149 for a free quote.


31 Aug, 2011


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