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The Proper Way to Clean Up Your Brand-New Place


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Whether it's a house or an apartment, relocating signifies a clean slate. Taking care of your new house before you even move in is a great way to start accepting it as a home, which is the first step you should take. Even though the previous owners cleaned the property thoroughly, there may be dust and trash lurking in unlikely locations. This is especially true with newly constructed homes. Cleaning the house thoroughly before moving in is essential before you unload your stuff and set up your furnishings. The benefits of moving into a freshly cleaned home cannot be overstated. Don't underestimate the effort required for a thorough cleaning before moving in. Given the complexity of the tasks involved during the project's transition phase, not everyone is cut out to work on such ambitious endeavors. That's why it's a good idea to think about hiring a Chicago house cleaning service. But if you'd rather do it yourself and don't have the know-how for a comprehensive move-in cleaning. It's no sweat! If you're moving into a new place, here are some housekeeping suggestions to keep in mind.


CHECK THE HOME TWICE

You can rest easy knowing that everything promised to you is still in the house and that all agreements have been honored. Some things may also be found to be broken or outdated and in need of replacement. In this manner, you can fix broken parts without having to start over on the cleaning procedure.


IN EVERY ROOM, GO UP TO THE TOP, THEN DOWN

The reasoning for this is that you don't want to have to clean an area twice because dust and dirt from higher surfaces fell to the floor. It's not uncommon for dust and grime to fall to the floor when cleaning light fixtures, ceiling fans, and other items located near the ceiling, as they tend to collect there and are not cleaned very regularly. Remove dust and cobwebs from these light fixtures with a duster, and clean high, out-of-the-way places with a vacuum wand extension. If your ceiling fan is dirty, try using a pillowcase to dust it. Put the individual fan blades inside the pillowcase, push the cloth onto the metal, and pull the case outwards. You won't have to worry about any of that dust falling to the floor because the pillowcase will have it covered.


KEEP THE KITCHEN SPOTLESS

Baking soda is a gentle abrasive that won't damage your surfaces when used to clean them. If you want your stainless steel sink to sparkle, try cleaning it with a solution of lemon juice and water. Make sure to use a soft cloth to clean the interior and outside of your cabinets. Avoid inviting unwanted bugs by giving it a good scrub down. Disinfectant wipes can be used to clean counters. Use baking soda to remove stains; it is a mild abrasive and won’t scratch surfaces. For a stainless steel sink, use a mixture of lemon juice and water, this helps to make your sink shine. For cabinets, wipe them with a soft cloth inside and out. Make sure to clean it thoroughly in order not to attract pests. For countertops, clean them with disinfectant wipes.


BATHROOMS

If your faucets, sinks, or shower heads have been stained, try rubbing some fresh lemon juice on them. The citric acid in the lemon juice dissolves the hard water deposits and restores the metal's luster. A paste of baking soda and vinegar can be applied to discolored tile grout and let to sit for up to half an hour, at which point the stain will have been weakened enough to be easily washed away. A sponge or paper towel should be used to clean the toilet bowl and its surrounding areas. To disinfect it, use vinegar or bleach and wipe it down. Put vinegar into the toilet's water tank and leave it there overnight to see if the problem goes away. The use of this method aids in the killing of microorganisms. Glass shower doors can also be cleaned with vinegar. Disinfect frequently used surfaces including towel racks, door handles, and light switches. Leave the door and windows open and turn on the exhaust fan to reduce condensation.


WALLS

Make sure you won't ruin the wall's paint or texture by testing a tiny area first. If you want to clean your walls without harsh chemicals, try using vinegar and water solution. This non-toxic cleanser is great for getting rid of mildew, bacteria, and unpleasant odors without harming the environment. Baseboards, moldings, door casings, and light switches should all be included in the measurement.


FLOORS

Thinking about the flooring surface is important. Thoroughly sweep the floor, and then use mild soap or wood soap to wash the floor. It'll shine brightly and smell clean after this. Vacuum the edges and corners of your tile, linoleum, stone, or concrete floors, and then sweep the rest. Apply a cleaning solution to the mop water that is suitable for the floor type. Make sure you employ a professional carpet cleaner because carpets trap filth, dust, bacteria, and allergens. The carpet will be cleaned and disinfected to the highest standards this way.



You can always call on a professional cleaning service for your move-in and move-out cleaning needs. To schedule an appointment, call (773) 798-2008 or go to www.lizmarieclenaingservices.com