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How to Deep Clean Your House Like A Professional ? by Save On Cleaning

Cleaning is a very tough and thankless job that many housewives do every day. It can be a very time consuming and monotonous task if you have not planned it well. 

Here in this blog, we will show you how to deep clean your house like a pro.

Once you implement these tips you will see a clean house. Moreover these tips will make you efficient as well. 

Let’s jump in 

1.Use A Pattern To Clean House


While planning to clean your home or a room, take some time to plan your cleaning work. Professional cleaners follow a specific pattern to clean a space. They either go from left to right or top to bottom. Take a look at your space and start cleaning from top to bottom and then from left to right. 


Start cleaning the ceilings and walls first. To clean the ceiling you can use a microfiber mop or just wrap a wet towel around the broom. Once you have done the walls and ceilings, start cleaning the floor from left to right. This method will make you less overwhelming and give a sense of clarity about what has been cleaned and which corner is left. 

Get the job done right for the first time and there will be no time wasted.

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2. Apply Cleaning Product and Switch to Next Task

 Most cleaners take time to fully remove the dirt from the surface. Instead of sprinkling the cleaner and wipe it out instantly, use this approach.

Apply the cleaner on the surface and start doing other cleaning tasks like brooming or vacuum. Once you have been doing other tasks the cleaner has got the time to do its job of removing strain or disinfecting the surface. Then wipe out the surface with a clean cloth at the end. 

3. First Organize then Clean

 While cleaning you have encountered some items that are not at their suitable place like clothes are left on bed or shoes are near the study table. The first thing you should do is to declutter the things and then start cleaning them. Put the kids’ toys in the cupboard, hang the wet towels outside then start cleaning the room. These small little steps of organizing will save you from frustration and you will be able to focus on one thing at a time. 

4. Choose Right Tools and Keep them Handy

Choosing the right tools in the cleaning process will save you from a lot of hard work. The tools that you need for janitorial purposes are a long broom, vacuum cleaner that cleans dust from both rugs and floors, a mop, a scrub brush, all purpose cleaner, sponges and clean clothes. Keep all the tools handy by putting them into a bucket. 

Of course you don’t put a vacuum cleaner into a bucket or caddy but the main point is to keep them all together so that you have access to all of your cleaning tools.

5. Use HEPA Filter Vacuum Cleaners

HEPA stands for high efficiency particulate air. These are the most advanced types of air filters that can trap about 99.7% of pathogens and other particles in air. The problem with using vacuum cleaners without hepa filters is that they recirculate these fine dirt particles back into the air. Thus fine particles of dirt remain in the room. Using vacuum cleaners with HEPA filters will enhance your cleaning efforts. HEPA filters also trap disease causing microorganisms and other bacterias. Thus accomplishing disinfecting and cleaning at the same time.  There is a difference between HEPA type filters and true HEPA filters. So before purchasing, do your research. 

6. Use Vacuum Smartly

Use a long extension board to connect your vacuum cleaner. Thus you can cover more area and there is no need to unplug the vacuum every time when you go to other rooms. Investing in a 50 foot  extension increases your speed and you can take your vacuum in the whole house. 

Along with cleaning floors with vacuum you can take it into your kitchen and clean drawers, bread boxes,toaster and oven where crumbs settle.All upholstery furniture can be cleaned with the vacuum cleaner. Your upholstery furniture requires weekly vacuum cleaning. 

7. Clean Stainless Steel with Vinegar

Vinegar is the common household product available in every kitchen. Vinegar is mildly acidic in nature and with this acidic property it can be used to clean dirt, fingerprint marks and grimes from stainless steel like the kitchen stoves, utensils etc. You can use any type of vinegar. 

Here are the simple steps to clean stainless steel with vinegar cleaner at home:- 

  •  Take a spray bottle and mix equal amounts of water and vinegar into it. 
  • Spray the mixture directly on the stainless steel and wait for 1 minute.
  • After this, wipe out dirt with a clean cloth. Use a microfiber cloth instead of a normal one. 
  • If the stains persist, then use more solution at that point. 

8. Use trash Bag

Keep plastic bags stashed into the dustbin first and then throw waste into them. In this way, your dustbins remain clean and free from foul smells. By using this simple trick, you won’t have to carry dustbins around the house. It is easier to collect waste in plastic bags from different rooms and put them into bigger trash bags. 

Using bigger trash bags will help you keep track of your cleaning areas and all your trash is in one place. In the end, it will be easier for you to put it into a trash can or truck. 

Keep your dustbins in sunlight every week after washing them. 

Now with these hacks in mind, you will be able to do your house cleaning chores quickly and with efficiency. If you are a busy professional it will be easy to outsource cleaning tasks to some professional cleaning company. At Save on Cleaning, we offer periodic cleaning of residential properties at affordable prices in Surrey, Vancouver BC. 

Happy Cleaning!