How to Deep Clean Your Home

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Dirt and grime buildup are unavoidable, even with the most careful day to day chores done on time without fail. Grease builds up over time, sweat gets into the fibers of your carpets, bacteria grows on everything. Deep cleaning is the only way to improve the health of your home for yourself and your family, and it is so important to invest in on a regular schedule. 

This means doing more than just one big spring clean. Ideally, you’ll want to deep clean your home twice, if not more per year. 

Your family’s health deserves it, and the cost of deep cleaning is marginal compared to the cost of repairing something that has been worn down through use and debris and needs to be replaced. 

Your Walls and Ceiling 

Wipe down the walls and ceiling to remove dirt and dust buildup, as well as any grime from your home. Pay particular attention to humid areas. Bathrooms that get steamy can often deposit grease and spray from your beauty products on the ceiling, which will collect into an unsightly mess unless you work to deep clean them. 

Your Appliances 

Appliances should be deep cleaned regularly. This means removing any bits of food, lint, or other debris that builds up from use. It also means wiping it down and even using chemical cleaners to deep clean them effectively. 

Everyday kitchen appliances are easy to do on your own, but if you don’t feel comfortable cleaning out a more complex system, like your air conditioning or central heating, bring in professional maintenance and repair. 

Your Carpets 

Carpets can stay looking good and relatively clean for a long time just by vacuuming frequently and spot cleaning stains as they come. These two measures, however, are only scratching the surface. Think about how often people walk on your carpets with their bare feet, or lie on the carpet, throw dirty clothes or sully it in some other way. 

Oils and bacteria get caught in the fibers, and you need a deep clean to get them out. Not only does deep cleaning prolong the life of your carpets, but it will also keep your whole family healthier. 

Technically you could do it yourself, but the cost of the professional carpet cleaning machines is never worth it. Instead, always hire a reputable cleaner like this London carpet cleaner company to handle the hard work for you. It’s faster, cheaper, and far more effective than trying to do it on your own. 

Your Upholstery

Your carpets are not the only fabrics you need to have someone come in to deep clean. Any upholstered items, from chairs to your sofas and even your curtains, should be given a deep clean. This is a combination of removing dirt from deep within the fibers to also steaming to kill the remaining bacteria. 

Clutter 

As you need to go through all your items and remove them to deep clean, you should use this time to also declutter your home. It’s an easy way to kill two birds with one stone and end up with a beautiful space you can breathe in. 

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