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post #21 of Old 07-11-2014, 01:52 AM
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post #24 of Old 03-12-2020, 08:51 AM
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Let's discuss how you can quickly clean your new residence like a pro so that you can spend a memorable time with your loved ones:

Kitchen: Kitchen is the place that requires extra care to put more effort to clean it correctly; this is the place where you will prepare healthy foods for the whole family. So, you must get rid of lousy cooking odors might have left behind by the people who were living earlier. Wash dirty dishes and put the clean ones into the cupboard. Use antiseptic wipes or spray, and give the fridge, kitchen table countertops, stove, a quick surface clean. Toss a lemon peel into the trash disposal and run it to remove odors that may have made it into the basin.

Bathroom: Next and the most important things waiting for you to clean them immediately in your new residence is Bathroom commodes, tubs, and shower attachments, etc. Remember germs like salmonella, norovirus, and strep can be lurking in your bathroom. Make sure to sanitize these areas, and wear gloves while you do it, and You will have peacetime using the clean and safe bathroom.

Walls and floors: Once you are done by cleaning your kitchen and bathroom, here your walls and floors are waiting for you to clean them. Remember to check your walls if they require painting. If painted recently, wash your floors and walls by using the best quality cleaner (suitable for your walls and floors), so that they look spotless.

Appliances: Your appliances and furniture will also require cleaning, especially your oven, glass items, dressing table mirror, etc. they need extra care while cleaning them as they are fragile items. You will require good quality cleanser, put the exact amount of cleaner on soft and clean clothes and then wipe your appliances smoothly to clean them accurately.

Bedroom: After you are done with cleaning all the above section in your new home, now its time to clean and prepare your bedroom, by putting new bed sheets and pillows, so that you can rest peacefully after completing all the hectic tasks of relocation by the help of movers ( and cleaning.

Pest Control: After you are done with cleaning your entire home thoroughly, be sure you and your family must be safe in your new house from any pest and harmful flies. You can hire a pest control specialist to check for if any pests are there in your home to spray the pest killer to kill all the pests.

We hope the above-discussed guidelines will assist you to clean your new house like a pro to freshen your new abode.
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