Your Quick Guide to Housekeeping Cleaning

Every home deserves quality house cleaning. But before you start cleaning your house, identify certain tasks in each room. Make a checklist of your cleaning priorities and have a home organizing plan.
Follow a routine when you clean. Start at the back and work your way to the front of the house. Go from top to bottom in each room. Below are some cleaning tips to help you get the most of your time and effort.
Kitchen Cleaning

Start with the top of the refrigerator and kitchen cabinets.
Use stainless steel cleaner for your sink. Rub it with a dry cloth to make it shine. Wipe kitchen counters. Do not forget to clean behind and underneath the refrigerator and oven. Use a good oven cleaner to remove grease and overflows from your oven. At least once a month, remove everything from your refrigerator and freezer and clean them from inside. Clean your microwave oven with water, mild detergent and a sponge. Wipe clean and dry.

Bathroom Cleaning

First, start with the bathtub and shower and make sure they are mold free. Second, clean the toilet, then the sink and areas around them. Finish with mopping the bathroom floor. Choose ammonia based multi-purpose cleaner to efficiently remove dirt and grease, while minimizing smearing or streaking. This kind of product works on multiple surfaces such as tile walls, ceramic fixtures, mirrors, and shower head, leaving them clean and shiny.
Dusting and Vacuuming Dust is composed human skin cells, dirt and fabric fibers. Dust collects on every surface, causing scratching and damage to household surfaces. You need to dust weekly. First choose the right dusting tool for your job. Vacuum cleaner is simple to use and remove dust without spreading it around into the air. To clean the dust in small corners, and irregular spaces, get a good feather duster to avoid scratching the surfaces, especially delicate figurines. It is a great option for quick dusting places like shelves without moving everything.