There are several time-saving things that professional cleaners do every time they clean that can make the task a little more manageable. With these top 5 simple professional house cleaning hacks, you’ll have your home sparkling clean in no time.
#1. Always Clean from Top to Bottom.
Cleaning each room from top to bottom ensures you don’t knock dust or crumbs down onto a space you’ve already cleaned. Start by dusting the ceilings, light fixtures, walls, and windows. After dusting top areas, move to furniture and decorative elements. As you clean, knock dust and debris from the higher sections to the floor as you work your way down. That way, you’ll be able to clean faster and quickly vacuum up all the room’s debris at one time.
#2. Divide Rooms into Sections
It’s best to divide each room into sections for quick cleaning. Clean each section before moving on to the next section, always moving from top to bottom. Also, it’s a good idea to start by cleaning the worst section of the room before other areas. This would make cleaning the rest of the room a breeze.
#3. Keep your Cleaning Supplies Together
To make cleaning your home easier and more efficient, keep all the tools you need in one place. Use a carrying basket to organize your most-used tools, so you can easily grab what you need and move from room to room.
#4. Don’t Forget the Squeegee
You need a squeegee as part of your cleaning toolkit. It has so many uses. Get a quick and easy clean of your windows, mirrors, and glass surfaces using a squeegee. A hack for your shower walls and doors: Use a squeegee to wipe these areas after each shower to keep it clean in between deep cleanings.
#5. Make the Most of your Vacuum
Your vacuum cleaner can be one of the best tools in your cleaning supplies. Use the appliance’s various attachments to clean your drapes, furniture, and all those hard-to-reach areas. And when you’re cleaning your floors, make sure you make two passes through each room. And the slower you move the vacuum across the floor, the more likely it is that you’ll pick up each tiny crumb and piece of dust.
Have you ever had a professional clean your home? And do you own a vacuum cleaner? Feel free to let us know in the comments…