How To Deep Clean Your Home

While regular and daily house cleaning may seem like it’s enough, you’ll begin to notice dust settling in the crevices of your house everywhere. This same phenomena is also seen with clutter, and many other issues in your home that we can’t tackle every single day. This is why it’s important to deep clean your home every few months. This gives your house that extra sparkle, and gets rid of dust, allergens, bacteria, and clutter that is creeping in the crevices, cracks, and corners of your home. However, it can be difficult to even know where to start. This list will help you do just that, and show you how to efficiently deep clean your home for a happy and healthy environment for you and your family.

Deep cleaning your home should be done at the very least, every six months. The first thing you should concentrate on when you want to deep clean your home is to make a list. Making a list will outline everything that you want to do, and it will give you more room to make sure that you get everything done. It also let’s you know everything that you need to do, so that you don’t get overwhelmed. The biggest problem that comes with deep cleaning our homes is motivation, so making a playlist of music you love, watching some cleaning videos on youtube, and making a list of everything you want to clean is a great way to get started.

Next, when you’ve made a list of everything you want to deep clean in your home, it’s time to make a toolbox. Getting your toolbox just pretty much means that you have all your cleaning supplies in one place. A great way to organize your cleaning toolbox is to use a shower caddy with everything that you will be needing in it. The kind of items that should be in your cleaning toolbox are baking soda, vinegar, gloves, glass cleaner, bleach, rags, sponges, and soap. These items can pretty much clean everything that you need cleaned in your house. You can get most of these items, and more, at your local Office Depot.

Another thing you should concentrate on when it comes to deep cleaning, and possibly the most important thing, are the details of what you’ll be cleaning. Usually, when you’re deep cleaning your house, you’ll get the things that do not get cleaned daily. This means that you should start with your refrigerator and cabinets, taking out every single items and wiping down the counter. Don’t forget to get behind your refrigerator, and make sure that the inside of your oven is also clean. After that, you should wash out your bathtub and shower, clean your windows, and make sure that you vacuum the inside of your couches. You should also concentrate on cleaning around crevices and making sure that you sanitize and clean the handles of all your doors, and places that are touched often, but rarely cleaned.