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Standard house cleaning

Cleaning company Cleaner.ge  offers standard house cleaning.

Contact us: Tel:  +995 574 20 00 99     Email Mail:  info@cleaner.ge    Address:  N13, Gamrekeli str., Tbilisi

1. Sweeping the floor

2. Cleaning the plinths

3. Taking the dust from the brushes

4. Cleaning window sills and window stains – (full cleaning of windows is included in the general cleaning service)

5. Cleaning the doors

6. Cleaning of mirrors and glass surfaces

7. Removes dust from accessories

8. Cleaning of furniture with a solid surface

9. Dust removal from household appliances

10. Cleaning and disinfection of faucets, sinks and toilets

11. Local cleaning of the tile in the places where it is contaminated (the tile is not scrubbed, this is included in the general cleaning service. It is only cleaned in a wet manner.)

12. Washing of showers and baths

13. Cleaning the stove

14. Cleaning the outside of the refrigerator

15. Cleaning the oven from the outside

16. Cleaning the outside of the microwave oven

17. Cleaning the kitchen set from the outside

18. Getting rid of grease and stains in the kitchen

19. Washing the trash can

20. Removal of no more than 10 kilograms of garbage

21. Replacing polyethylene in the trash can

22. Washing and disinfection of the storage area of ​​the trash can

The best ways to organize and clean the house

The biggest mistake people make is cleaning room by room (this is called “zone cleaning”) It’s too slow! “You can clean your kitchen in four hours, or clean the whole house from start to finish in four hours,” said Lisa Romero, owner of one successful cleaning company. “Many people focus on one space—say, doing a super job cleaning the counters—and never touch the stove, let alone in the next room. In fact, rearranging and moving things around is quick and efficient. “

A better way is to break things down into tasks. For example, dusting the entire house and then moving on to another task. “You’ll walk a little more this way and get a good workout,” said Ronald Payne, owner of RZJ Janitorial Services in Plano. “And I find it’s faster that way because you’re thinking about keeping moving.” Follow these seven steps and your entire home will be sparkling in four hours if you’re a beginner—and two and a half hours if you’re an expert.

General cleaning guide

Recommended plan of attack? Top to bottom, left to right. “I always start [in the upstairs bathroom],” says Romero. “Good place to leave supplies.”

For each task, start at the highest point in the room (if dusting, then the high shelves) and move from left to right across the room. This way, you won’t miss anything and you won’t have to dust the already cleaned lower shelves again.

Step 1: Clean the house from dust

Dust each room, the top of all furniture, the underside of shelves and all railings, as well as picture frames, TV screens and souvenirs. “If possible, dust dry, because getting wet makes the process more difficult,” says Romero. To remove stains, dampen a microfiber cloth with warm water.

Cleaning pro tip: Look up. “People don’t dust the top of the furniture, and that’s where all the dust collects and then falls down,” says Romero.

Step 2: Clean the upholstery fabrics

Go around the house and make and make the beds; Arrange any cushions or furniture covers. If necessary, vacuum the furniture.

Step 3: Clean the mirrors and glass

Clean mirrors and windows throughout the house.

Cleaning Pro Tip: Using one wet and one dry microfiber cloth won’t leave streaks.

Step 4: Cleaning the surfaces

Clean all surfaces throughout the home, disinfecting as needed.

Pro cleaning tip: Be sure to wipe down stains on places like doorknobs, light switches, TV remotes, and phones. “These are places that people forget about, and they really have germs on them,” Payne says.

Step 5: Tidy up the kitchen and bathroom

Go around and spray the cleaner on tubs, sinks and toilets. Go back and brush it. Then, in the kitchen, wipe down the inside of the microwave and the doors of drawers and cupboards.

Step 6: Mop the floor

Clean the bathroom and kitchen floors and any other floors that need it.

Pro cleaning tip: “I always clean the bathroom floor on my hands and knees with a microfiber cloth and mop,” says Romero. “That way I know I’ve reached every nook and cranny, even behind the toilet, and that they’re 100% clean.

Step 7: Cleaning the house with a vacuum cleaner

“I vacuum the bedroom, the stairs, the living room, and the hallway,” says Romero.

Pro Cleaning Tips: It’s not critical to vacuum every inch. Just keep moving. You will meet the missed places next week.