Here are our standards

We start in upper levels but sometimes clients will ask you to start different way so please be accommodatable

 

Clean the Most Difficult Rooms First

The bathrooms. You not only have to wash the shower and tub, but there’s also shower tiles, the shower head, faucet, the toilet, the sink, the mirror and all those little fixtures that need to be scrubbed and polished. Remember about sills, blinds, doors and baseboards. We clean them too. Empty the trash can.

Up Next: Dusting and Organizing

Make your way throughout the house using a duster, dust mop and a vacuum cleaner. You’ll want to be certain you get those easily forgotten areas such as ceiling fans, baseboards, blinds and under the all furniture (beds too). As you dust surfaces like the tops of coffee tables and dressers, take the time to organize disheveled areas. Always move/pick up all things. Always clean glass doors inside and outside (depends on weather condition)

Remember dust furniture, dust pictures frames, dust lamp and lamp shades, dust and clean mirrors and empty all trash cans.

 

Bedrooms

Always make beds, fluff all pillows. If clients ask for changing sheets the office will inform you before your work. Remember we DON'T CLEAN just dust TV sets. 

Laundry room

We clean top of the washer and the dryer, dust all shelfs and spaces between walls and washer/dryer and clean the sink. Remember empty the trash can

Move on to Mopping and Vacuuming

All floors are covered with dust. First, vacuum throughout the house. You’ll want to do this even on hard-surface floors, as vacuuming is much easier than sweeping and has the same end result. All rags, small too, and carpets vacuum as much as you can. Open all closets, vacuum the floor/carpet and wash the floor. Move all things and shoes. Lift up all clothes for hangers.

Afterwards, you can mop or clean the floors as needed. Use for this a flat mop or soft cloth, not paper towel.

 

Final clean the kitchen

To clean the kitchen, simply wipe down the outside of the refrigerator, cabinets and appliances. Next, clean the stovetop, microwave, garbage can and the last sink. Microwave ALWAYS inside and outside. 

If you see spots, fingerprints on the mirrors, doors, windows, walls, just clean them too.

Remove all garbage from bins and leave them in garage or outside the house, in garbage cans

Cleaning Supply Checklist

  • Oven Cleaner

  • Glass Cleaner

  • Stainless steel cleaner 

  • All-purpose cleaner

  • Disinfectant

  • Mild Abrasive Cleaner

  • Furniture Polish

  • Floor Cleaner

  • Duster

  • Paper Towels

  • Microfiber Cloths

  • Old Rags

  • Squeegee

  • Spray Bottle

  • Scrub Brush

  • Toilet Brush

  • Distilled White Vinegar

  • Baking Soda

  • Vacuum

  • Broom

  • Dustpan

  • Mop

  • Bucket

When you will finish house cleaning, it should smell and look really clean.

Please remember:

  • don't use cell phone (calling or texting) during the work only for emergency,

  • don't talk with client about your schedule, tell them to contact with office,

  • wear clean, comfortable clothes, e.g. T-shirt and joggers,

  • take shoes for change or covers, for your safety don't clean in socks only or barefoot,

  • don't smoke or eat in client's house, take only bottle of water with you,

  • start your work punctually and don't late for next client, if you have to stay longer at 1st house or the traffic is bigger that we expected just inform an office

  • if you see something broken in the house, please report that to the office

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