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condo-cleaningYour newly constructed or renovated home or office is your new baby, your new headquarters or crib, your family or staff’s new home. For it to be truly beautiful and perfect, it must also be clean and healthy to live in. With all the construction dust and debris settling in, you are sure into a hard day’s worth of cleaning. But you don’t need to worry because there are ways to have it cleaned and prepared before “the big day”.

 

Before you have the new furniture moved in, wear your rubber gloves and face mask and get ready to get dirty as we make the cleaning step by step:

  1. Collect all construction debris, large and small. This will be the bulk of the dirt. Sweep or vacuum the entire floor to get rid of uncollected nails, wood splinters and cement powders. Open all the cabinets and drawers so you could see the bigger picture. If you move in with your furniture, these dusts and debris will stick to your new stuff and would make the cleaning process longer.
  2. De-dust or wipe/mop the ceilings and walls first. Start wiping counter tops, cabinets and closets. This will scatter a little dust on the floor, but we will get back to that later.
  3. Wipe the windows and window sill.
  4. Sweep or vacuum the floor for the last time and then mop the floors with diluted liquid disinfectant.
  5. Lastly, clean the toilet. Make sure the grout (white cement in between tile) are dry before scrubbing any part of your toilet.

Here’s a checklist to help ensure that every part of your newly constructed/renovated home or office is clean up to the last inch:

KITCHEN

  • Cabinet doors (front and inside) are cleaned
  • Counter tops and shelves wiped, including the sink
  • Surfaces of appliances cleaned (stove, oven, fridge, microwave, etc)
  • Kitchen walls, baseboards and surfaces wiped
  • Windows, window sill and tracks (if any) cleaned
  • Doorknob, door frames, doors, light switches wiped
  • Trash removed
  • Floor vacuumed and mopped

BATHROOMS

  • Bathtub, shower walls, glass doors (if any) and sink cleaned and sanitized
  • Toilet bowl cleaned and sanitized
  • Mirrors wiped and cleaned
  • Cabinet doors (front and inside) wiped and cleaned
  • Windows, window sill and tracks (if any) cleaned
  • Doorknob, door frames, doors, light switches wiped
  • Trash removed
  • Floor is mopped and dried

BEDROOMS

  • Walls, baseboards and surfaces wiped
  • Closet doors front and inside cleaned
  • Carpeted floors vacuumed / Hard surface floors vacuumed and mopped
  • Mirrors cleaned
  • Windows, window sill and tracks (if any) cleaned
  • Doorknob, door frames, doors, light switches wiped
  • Trash removed
  • Floor is mopped and dried

OTHER LIVING AREAS

  • Walls, baseboards, tables, chairs and surfaces wiped
  • Doorknob, door frames, doors, light switches wiped
  • Trash removed
  • Floor is mopped and dried

Now that you are ready to move in, all that is left to do is maintaining its cleanliness. Like what we have mentioned in office cleaning tips article, getting the whole team involved in keeping your place clean is one of the key make sure your place is tidy. If during the cleaning process (or prior to), things get out of hand, a professional cleaning service company is the best solution you can have. They also know that it is important to have the cleaning completed in one day because you need to move in to your place as soon as possible.