How to Clean Your Home Like a Pro

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Cleaning your home can be a daunting task, especially if it has been neglected for weeks. But fear not. Cleaning your home can be easy and enjoyable with the right tools and techniques. Without further ado, let’s dive into how to clean your home like a pro.

1. Start with Decluttering

Before you start cleaning, it’s important to de-clutter. This means removing all the unnecessary items you don’t use or need anymore and keeping everything in its designated place. A clutter-free space makes cleaning easier as there are fewer things to maneuver around.

Pro tip: If you have trouble getting rid of things, ask yourself, “Have I used this item in the past six months?” If not, donate or sell it online.

2. Gather Your Supplies

Now that your space is de-cluttered, gather all the supplies you’ll need for cleaning, including a vacuum cleaner, microfiber cloths or dusters (for lamps and shelves), mops, or brooms (depending on what kind of floors you have). It’s also wise to invest in a carpet and upholstery cleaner machine to keep them fresh, which will give them an extra shine.

 Pro Tip: If you’re short on storage space, try using multi-purpose products such as vinegar instead of separate cleaners for different surfaces.

3. Vacuum First 

Before getting down on hands and knees scrubbing floors and dirty areas with germs, ensure everything has been vacuumed first! This will pick up any loose dirt or pet hair before working on stains or spills found around your house later in the process.

4. Wipe Down Walls & Furniture

Wiping down walls with a microfiber cloth is crucial when deep cleaning your house – don’t forget about those hidden corners that are too dusty! Move on to wiping furniture off next: couches, chairs, etc., avoiding light-colored fabrics so they don’t stain while dodging smelly chemicals.

5. Scrub the Bathrooms

When it comes to cleaning bathrooms, bleach isn’t always required – use natural products like vinegar and lemon juice instead! For showers or sinks, try using a vinegar and water mixture in a spray bottle for an efficient clean. Make sure also to tackle any grime on floors or walls while scrubbing away inside toilet bowls with your go-to bowl cleaner – then flush before moving on to the next task (you don’t want any accidental splashes!).

6. Mop Floors 

Next up is mopping the floors, which will remove any dirt or dust left behind from vacuuming- A bucket full of warm soapy water makes for effective mopping more effortless while using a commercial-grade cleaner as well as saving time compared to old-fashioned manual labor involved in past times where people had to use scrub brushes which were very trying!

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7. Don’t Forget About the Carpets  

Regularly cleaning your carpets not only adds life but keeps them looking great all year long; It’s essential here to invest in a best-performing carpet and upholstery cleaner machine because cheap alternatives don’t usually have enough suction power needed crucial that collect all molds lurking around unnoticed stains dirty surface fibers embedded into each strand over years of wear & tear leading discoloration eventually. I know this step sounds tedious, but trust me, it will be worth it when you feel how fresh everything feels underfoot afterward!

8. Change Your Bedding

Last but not least, change your bedding! This might seem obvious, yet the “ew!” moment arises once you pull back sheets after months without changing them. All that accumulated dead skin flakes, pet dander, sweat, airborne allergens, and other moisture pollutants combine to produce the perfect mix resulting in yikes, and unpleasant bed bugs spreading right away. Just toss everything off and replace it with another laundered set.  

In conclusion, cleaning your home like a pro isn’t as difficult as it may seem at first glance. With the right tools and a good plan, your living space looks and feels fresh in no time! 

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My name is Anne and I am a local mommy blogger ... Momee Friends is all about Long Island and all things local with the focus on family

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