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Domestic Cleaning Advice For All Types Of Cleaners
21 May 2015
Domestic Cleaning Advice For All Types Of Cleaners

Whether you’ve been cleaning for years and are an absolute pro, or you haven’t got the faintest idea of how to get started, there are plenty of things that you should take into account, which will make the process a whole lot easier.


1.    Tackle the problem areas first.
Areas such as the bathroom and kitchen attract not only dirt, but also plenty of food stains, scum, oil stains and a range of other nasty surprises. Clean these areas first, because they’re bound to take up the most time and effort. Keep putting them off and leaving them for another day and the situation will only get worse, so get scrubbing!

2.    Make a checklist.
Write down what you want to achieve and then get to it in a systematic manner. Approaching your house cleaning in a step-by-step manner and splitting it up into sizable and manageable tasks will make you more likely to stick to it and make you less likely to want to pack it in.

3.    Get stocked up.
It’s well worth looking at what you’re planning to do and then going out and getting the appropriate materials and equipment. Although it may cost you a bit, having the right equipment at hand will drastically improve the ease and efficiency of your home cleaning, and what you don’t use can always be put away in a storage cupboard and used another day.  

4.    Turn your plans into action and get started!
You can spend all the time in the world preparing for a big clean, but eventually, you’re going to have to get started. This is the time when most people falter and are tempted to leave it for another day. You need to approach your domestic cleaning head on; do it when you say you’re going to do it, spend a decent amount of time making sure you give your house a thorough house clean and you will get the best possible results.

5.    Don’t take shortcuts.
If you want to give your house a thorough clean, there are no quick fixes and there’s no substitute for hard work, time and effort. Spend a sufficient amount of time on each task, and don’t stop until you’re completely happy with the results.

6.    Clean regularly.
This may seem obvious, but you’d be surprised at the number of people who leave their house cleaning for months and months, and are then surprised at the amount of dirt in their house. Clean regularly and you won’t have this problem. There’ll be less dirt to clean and you’ll be able to get better results easier and a lot quicker. So stick to a regular timetable and things will go a lot more smoothly for you in the long run.

7.    There’s no need to make it boring!
When you set aside time to clean, it may feel like a chore which may make you rush and miss out important parts of the task. Putting on your favourite song, listening to the radio or TV in the background should make you enjoy it a little bit more, and will make the time pass by a whole lot quicker.

8.    Too much to do and not enough time to do it? Call up your local cleaning company.
Busy lives, hectic work schedules and family commitments make it very difficult for many people to find the time to clean. If this sounds like you, or if cleaning really doesn’t take your fancy, get in touch with your local team of experts, collect some quotes, then book a cleaning service of your choice.



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