Tips for Deep Cleaning Your Home Room by Room

Tips for Deep Cleaning Your Home Room by Room

Even the cleanest houses might benefit from a thorough, deep cleaning now and again. To prevent being overwhelmed while deep cleaning a house, divide the activity into smaller, more doable tasks.

You can hire professionals from or use this whole-house cleaning checklist before entertaining guests or when daily clutter and messes begin to accumulate. You may also incorporate these measures into your seasonal cleaning routine. Soon, you’ll have a spotless house that will pass a white-glove inspection.

Deep Cleaning The Bedroom

  • Wash the beddings: Wash the pillows, shams, bed skirts, duvet covers, and down-filled items. To speed up the drying process, give them an additional spin cycle. To avoid clumping, dry down pillows on low using clean tennis balls. Air-drying synthetic pillows outside is the most effective method for this process. Go to the laundry and use one of the extra-large front-loading machines for heavy comforters.
  • Clean the mattress: Dust the mattress with baking soda and let it sit for an hour. Then, use the hose attachment to vacuum it. Following the manufacturer’s instructions, flip or rotate the mattress and repeat the procedure.
  • Declutter your closet: Take the clothing you didn’t wear this season and bag them up for consignment or donation. Then, for your closet, get matching hangers. It will be easier to keep your closet neat if it looks nice.

Deep Cleaning Your Kitchen

To start deep cleaning your kitchen, clear any unnecessary items that are taking up space on your surfaces. Then, dust the entire room with a microfiber cloth. Remove the kitchen towels, floor mats, or other linens and clean them. Soak the stove burners and grates in a sink full of hot, soapy water.

Next, use a degreaser to remove any spills or residue that has accumulated on the stove while they soak. Use a portable vacuum to remove any crumbs from the stove before washing it off with a cleaner. After carefully cleaning the stove, polish it with a light layer of rubbing alcohol or glass cleaner.

Then, remove the oven racks and soak them in a sink or dishwasher. Spray the inside of the oven and leave it for at least 30 minutes before cleaning. While the cleaner is inside, use a mild cleanser to clean the outside of the oven before wiping it down with a special cleaner.

Microwave a dish of water and lemon for 2 to 5 minutes. Using oven mitts, remove the bowl and wipe the debris from inside the microwave. You can clean the outside the same way as the oven exterior. After that, remove the air vent filters and soak in the sink with the cooktop grates if your microwave is above the range.

Throw away any expired food and clean the shelves in your refrigerator. Wipe off the exterior of your refrigerator and freezer (using the same principles as the exterior of your oven) and vacuum the coils. Don’t forget to clean the water and ice dispensers in the refrigerator.

Small equipment, such as the air fryer, toaster, and coffee machine, should be wiped. Return to the sink, scrub, and rinse all of the grates, filters, and racks that are sitting in it. Dry them well before returning them to their proper appliance. If any dishes, pots, or pans have gathered in the sink, wash them now or load and run the dishwasher.

Begin cleaning the sink by eliminating the gunkโ€”pull out and scrape any goop in the trash disposal. Then, using a sponge, softly clean your sink to remove all food particles, stuck-on-gunk, and other debris. Rinse well, then use the sink cleaning recommended for the material.

Wipe down the worktops and cabinets with a disinfecting cleaner. Wipe off the grout with a toothbrush or scrub brush after cleaning the backsplash tiles.

Sweep or vacuum the kitchen floor to remove any loose dirt or debris, then mop the floor with a heavy-duty cleaner, making sure to clear any spills or stains. Pay special care to the areas surrounding the stove and sink, which tend to acquire the most filth and grime. Remember to replace all towels and floor mats with clean ones.

Deep Cleaning Your Living Room

After you’ve cleaned your kitchen, proceed to the living room. Begin by eliminating any objects that do not belong in the living area and finding a suitable home for them. Then, organize any remaining objects in the room, such as books, periodicals, or remote controls.

Dust the entire room from top to bottom with a moist microfiber cloth, a dusting brush, or a vacuum with a brush attachment. Before cleaning the shelves, picture frames, lamps, and other decorations, remove any dust and cobwebs from the ceiling, walls, fans, and corners of the room.

Before moving on to the major things, use this time to clean any knickknacks and dรฉcor pieces. Clean small items first using dusting gloves, then lint roll lamp shades, wipe coasters, and wipe artificial plant leaves. Don’t forget to dust and wipe any devices using a microfiber cloth, such as the TV screen, gaming console, remote control, and so on.

Throw blankets, pillow covers, couch coverings, curtains, carpets (that may be washed), and any other fabric linen should all be washed before returning to the room.  Wipe off any hard-surface furniture, including tables, chairs, and bookcases. Wiping with proper cleaner for every item, being sure to clean the legs and undersides.

Begin by vacuuming your fabric furniture, then use an upholstery cleaning machine or spot-clean any stains if necessary. Window coverings and windows should be cleaned. Blinds and drapes should be dusted or washed according to their maintenance recommendations. Then, wipe the windows using a glass cleaner and a lint-free cloth.

Thoroughly vacuum or sweep the floors to eliminate any dirt, dust, or debris. Be careful to conduct any rug spot cleaning at the same time. Lastly, mop or steam clean the floors to remove any stains or blemishes.


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