There’s a lot on our mind, while moving into a new home. Cleaning every corner of the house is one thing that should top your priority list. One thing you must make sure is that the cleaning procedure should be completed before your furniture, appliances and other household items arrive.
Here’s an easy to-do list that will help you to clean your new home in the most ideal way.
The kitchen is presumably the primary spot to begin. Kitchen cleaning should be made a priority not only because it accumulates some of the unhealthiest leftovers in your home, but also because it’s a right way to start by removing former tenant’s cooking smells. Remember, kitchen is the place where you and your family will be spending most of the time eating and bonding together.
- Move On To The Refrigerator
It’s better if you begin to clean your fridge by using a powerful cleaner. This might incorporate appliance cleaner, like a wax or paste, or a mixture of water and baking soda can work too. Use a sponge or cloth to rub every corner of your fridge and try to remove all elements from it. Make sure you use brush that won’t scratch the surface of the refrigerator. If your fridge has metal trays, then detach trays from it and soak the trays and racks in a tub of hot, soapy water. Leave the trays in the hot water for 15 to 20 minutes, while you clean the rest of the fridge.
- Clean the Stove/Oven
After cleaning the fridge, investigate the stove, and if you think it isn’t clean enough then use an oven-cleaner. The cleaning product will take around 20 minutes to do its work. Meanwhile, you can clean the grills and other areas of the stove/oven.
- Clean Kitchen Cabinets And Counters
By using a mild cleaning product, you can clean interior of cabinets, particularly if they’re painted or lined. Before placing your dishes in the cabinets, ensure that it’s lined and if they aren’t lined then just use a liner. You can purchase a lining paper from the market and apply it inside the cabinets of your kitchen.
- Clean The Sink
By using chlorine-free bleach, you should scrub the sink properly. Make a mixture of water and chlorine-free bleach, and then put it in a spray-bottle. Spray this mixture all over the sink and allow it to do its work. After 15-20 minutes, rinse the sink thoroughly. Your job is done!
- Wash The Walls & Floors
If the walls were painted recently, then there’s no need to wash them. However, if the walls aren’t in a good condition then it’s better to get them washed professionally by Pressure & Steam team. Pressure cleaning the wall and floor has its own benefits that will appear immediately. In Sydney, there’s lot of pollution that destroys the look of your home’s exterior walls. So, pressure cleaning the walls will make them look like brand-new once again. Pressure cleaning is also the best way to clean the floor, pathway and patio of your home.