What Is Involved in Deep Cleaning?
Surface cleaning will never be sufficient for the well-being of the building occupants, which is why performing deep cleaning every now and then is vital. Read on to find out what this includes.
Deep cleaning refers to the process that goes above and beyond a daily clean and ensures all areas of your home or business are maintained in a safe and hygienic manner. While daily cleaning generally involves the likes of vacuuming, mopping, dusting, and the appearance of being neat and tidy, a deep clean will tackle the more hidden, however, no less important, areas of cleanliness.
A deep clean is generally done when there is no one around, so the job can be done properly without people being in the way. So what are the key stages?
The key stages
- Carpets are shampooed and vacuumed.
- Areas that are missed in daily cleaning will be targeted, such as shelves up high, under cupboards, under rugs, window sills, etc.
- Buffing and polishing wooden flooring.
- Furniture will be moved so that all the neglected areas and dust bunnies can be thoroughly cleaned.
- Bathrooms are deep cleaned and disinfected.
- Kitchens are deep cleaned, which includes ovens, fridges, and microwaves.
How often should a deep clean be performed?
The amount of deep cleaning required will depend on you, and how many people live in the house? If only you live there, then it can be done each month, however, for multiple occupants, it will need to be upped to every couple of weeks.
Which areas will need a regular deep clean?
The likes of areas that receive heavy foot traffic, in addition to bathrooms and kitchens.
If you would like to learn about the services and products we at Sandra Cleaning can offer you, and if you live in or around the Glen Cove, NY region, please feel free to call us at (516) 218-3755 anytime.