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Your home may undergo regular cleaning efforts on your part, but from time to time you need to go the extra distance. There are tough stains, dust hidden away from sight and other more tedious tasks that need doing every once in a while.

This tutorial covers the basics of deep cleaning and how you can make it easier:

Cleaning Your Whole HomeHome Cleaning Guide

Home cleaning can be done in a very efficient way if you pick a single type of effort, such as vacuuming, dusting or mopping and going through every room in the house. There is no point in focusing on a single room at a time since that creates the feeling that the chores are a bother like you’re doing the same task again and again.

Keep Your Cleaning Tools in a Caddy

Whether you are dealing with a caddy, bucket or something similar, having all the tools you need for cleaning in a mobile and portable place makes it easier to get the job done. You won’t have to waste your time looking around for your tools, and you won’t have to gather them up before you move on.

Get Rid of the Clutter

Before you even focus on cleaning, you should make sure to pick up the clutter in every room. Each item put away will considerably shorten your cleaning time, allowing you to also get rid of unnecessary items in the process.

Vacuuming and Dusting

Before you focus on dusting, you should turn off any ceiling fans you have on. Start from the top of your furniture and the undersides of any handrails, shelves, picture frames and other items. If you have any hard to reach areas, such as blinds, upper shelves and more, you can use a microfiber cloth on the top of your broom.

Wipe Glass and Mirrors

You can use a damp microfiber cloth to wipe all your mirrors and glass surfaces, followed by a dry one. This should keep the streaks to a minimum.

Disinfect Your SurfacesHome Cleaning

Go through all the hard surfaces of your home, from appliances, countertops and cabinets to doorknobs, light switches and electronics. Disinfecting those surfaces with a nontoxic solution can be done by mixing a half cup of white or apple cider vinegar and a cup of water.

Scrub the Sinks, Toilets and Tubs

Spraying cleaner on the kitchen sink and the bathroom sinks, as well as the tubs and toilets, is a big step. Allow the cleaner to dissolve the dirt and stubborn stains before you move on. Once that’s done, scrub vigorously and repeat if necessary. Make sure you clean the oven and leave the toilets for last, as you may be throwing away dirty water inside them before that. When you’re in the kitchen, you should prepare more than a single bag for garbage disposal, as you would probably need it if you haven’t done a deep clean of your home in a while.

Sweep Before You Mop

Sweeping the kitchen and bathroom floors, you should start from the farthest corners of the room and move toward your doorway. You don’t want to mop yourself into a corner. Rinse the mop often to avoid spreading dirt around, and change the water when it starts getting dirty.

Vacuuming on the Move

You shouldn’t worry about every little corner when you vacuum, just keep moving when you get through the house and run the vacuum on your carpeted rooms in a single pass. Some of the tasks mentioned in this article don’t have to be done every week. Waxing the furniture, washing area rugs and bath mats and more can be done monthly instead.

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