No stain is too stubborn, no streak too enduring. Our residential cleaners not only have modern cleaning tools and equipment; they have the knowledge and experience needed to conquer even the messiest of messes. Rather than keep all of that knowledge to ourselves, we’re sharing our tips here to help homeowners keep their homes clean and tidy.
We know how good it feels to come home to a clean house. We want you to experience that feeling every day. We’ve organized our home cleaning tips by room (because we’re really into organizing things).
Clean better, clean faster by reading Infinite Win Cleaning Services Tips below:
Anyone who suffers from allergies can tell you: they’re for real. And the allergens inside the house, like molds, house dust, dust mites, and pet dander can be just as intense as outdoor triggers like springtime pollen. To help allergy-proof your home, prevent dust and reduce the symptoms of hay fever and allergic asthma, The Mayo Clinic recommends a weekly house cleaning routine.
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Strip dirty linens and toss them in the hamper. Stash any garbage or miscellaneous items clogging your dresser or nightstand in nearby drawers or closets. Empty the wastebasket. Think "hotel" — you want spotless surfaces to make the room look tidier.
Take a tip from hotel maids: Rather than trying to tuck sheets under the end of the mattress, lift up each corner of the mattress with one hand and tuck with the other. It's much faster
Using a dry microfiber cloth, start with a piece of furniture in one corner and work your way around the room clockwise. Dust each surfaces working back-to-front and lifting knickknacks as you go, and dump the dust right onto the floor.
Your cloth should only touch each part of the surface once (no constant back-and-forth). If there's a lamp on the nightstand, clean it top-to-bottom first, then dust the tabletop. Use a long-armed duster to reach mirrors and wall art.
Start from a back corner and vacuum your way out the door, using long firm strokes. Save time by only running the vacuum over each strip of carpet once — not twice. Don't worry about missing an inch or two.
Spritz the sink, vanity, shower, and tub with your all-purpose spray and let it sit.
Sprinkle baking soda into the bowl, give it a thorough scrub with the toilet brush, and then flush. Next, spray a microfiber cloth with all-purpose spray and wipe down the outside of the toilet and tank.
Spray glass cleaner on the mirror and, starting in the top corner, wipe in a circular motion to hit every smudge.
Use a toothbrush to scrub hard-to-reach spots around the fixtures. Then, working back-to-front, start in one corner and move horizontally, wiping the counter, vanity, fixtures, and handles with a cloth or paper towel.
No need for a full scrub — just give them a quick swipe with a dampened cloth, then pull the curtain shut.
Using a water-dampened microfiber mop, quickly scrub your way out of the room, beginning in a far corner and ending at the doorway.
Load the dishwasher with dirty dishes and start the cycle.
Spend a minute or two removing any clutter from countertops — put items back in the cabinets and stash papers in a drawer. The emptier your counters, the cleaner your kitchen looks.
Notice hard-to-remove gunk on your stove or countertop? Scrape it up with the credit card. And use the eraser sponge to tackle any stubborn stains.
Wet a microfiber cloth with all-purpose spray and wipe countertops back-to-front, brushing crumbs onto the floor.
Swipe the fridge, dishwasher, and stove with a damp cloth.
Starting in a far corner, sweep your way out. Then, give the floor a fast once-over with a water-dampened microfiber mop, again working your way out of the kitchen.
Quickly scan the room to see what's out of place. Then, stash scattered items like remotes and DVDs in drawers. Neatly stack magazines on the coffee table.
Start in one corner of the room, and follow the same system as in the bedrooms. Work top-to-bottom and back-to-front so that the dust falls onto the floor. If you have blinds, swipe them with the long-armed duster.
To clean glass surfaces, spray a microfiber cloth with glass cleaner and wipe in wide circular motions, working from one back corner to the front.
Speed-vacuum yourself out of the room, starting in the farthest corner.