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8 Household Areas That Require More Than Just

by:GOWORLD     2020-08-29
There are some household areas that can be cleaned only once, or twice a year. But there are some areas that need more than that. By making sure these areas are cleaned regularly, you can keep your home sanitized and healthier throughout the year. Cleaning by the month and season There are 8 key areas that need to be cleaned regularly, either monthly or quarterly. By making sure you give these areas attention, you can ensure that not only is your home healthier and sanitized, but you can extend the life of your furnishings and appliances as well. Monthly house cleaning Your kitchen appliances and floor - What makes refrigerators, stoves, microwave ovens, dishwashers, and other kitchen appliances last for more years of use is not just the brand but the kind of cleaning they get. Floors need to be deep-scrubbed and sanitized regularly, so be ready to get down and dirty! If that is not your style, be sure to get a qualified and highly trained South Shore house cleaning service for your kitchen. That way, you don't have to worry about getting dirty and greasy, and your kitchen appliances can get the attention and cleaning they need. Your bathrooms - Apart from your regular daily and weekly cleaning, your bathrooms will require a deep-cleaning that will sanitize every part of it from top to bottom. Grime, soap residue, and mold buildup need to be scrubbed away and your whole bathroom cleaned and sanitized to make sure your bathroom stays clean and sanitized. Your house windows - While you may regularly clean your windows glass, it's not enough. You'd be surprised how much dust, grit, seeds and twigs can accumulate on the outside sills and corners. Be careful doing the second-floor windows of your home as this can be very dangerous. If you are not comfortable with doing them - hire a professional! Seasonal or quarterly house cleaning Your window curtains - Your window curtains should be cleaned four times in a year, instead of just waiting for summer. And be sure to check if you can machine wash your curtains as it will cost less than having them dry-cleaned. Your upholstery and furnishings - Have your carpet and upholstery deep-cleaned before each season rolls in. The equipment will be able to get to the grit and dirt that accumulates deep in the weave, ensuring a quality clean. Your laundry room, washer and dryer - Believe it or not, but laundry rooms can accumulate a lot of dirt just as easily as your kitchen. Soap and foam residue can accumulate easily in your laundry machines, and dust and dirt can get into hard-to-reach corners, underneath and behind the machine. Your closet and storage room - Springtime is our favorite time for cleaning and organizing our storage closets. Instead of doing this just once a year, cleaning out your closets and storage more times in a year is the best solution for keeping dust and mildew at bay. Not only will you get the musty smell out, you can also give what you no longer need to charity! Your outdoor areas - Your gutters need to be cleaned when the seasons change, especially if you live in a wooded area. Your porch and yard areas often get the least cleaning and should be given the attention they deserve. Pools and the areas around them may require professional house cleaning attention more than once or twice in a year. Don't forget the barbecue pit! Some of these tasks can be done by yourself or with your family to help you. But you don't have to do the tasks you don't like! Leave them to the professionals. The great thing about living in the South Shore area is that there are a lot of qualified and professional house cleaning services that you can call in to do the work for you. Whether you are in Scituate, Weymouth, Hingham or Brockton (just to name a few) - All you need to do is keep a checklist as your guide, or you can call The Maids of South Shore today and they'll keep your cleaning needs on schedule for the whole year!
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