Mar 26, 2019

A Professional Maid Checklist For A Clean And Healthy Home

Our home is a safe haven for our family, but also an ideal breeding ground for some unwanted pests: germs and bacteria. If you want to keep your family healthy, these menaces have to be evicted. That is why you need to take special care of keeping your home clean, whether you do it yourself or hire a cleaning service like Maid Easy.
Cleaning companies like these know which areas they need to focus on in particular. These are the areas where germs and bacteria are most likely to nest and pose serious health issues to people with weak immunities or those struggling with asthma or allergies.

In this article, we are going to share a professional maid service checklist to help you know which areas to clean and how often you need to clean them in order to slow the development of dangerous microbes.

Bedroom Cleaning Checklist

Make sure to wash all the used pillowcases and sheets at least once in a week or two weeks. Use hot water exclusively in order to eliminate the spread of bacteria.

As for the items that you do not get in direct contact every day, such as comforters and blankets, you can wash them once a month. Alternatively, you could use a dryer once every two weeks to keep them fresh and get rid of any germs.

The areas you frequently touch such as the nightstand, the doorknob, the light switches or other flat surfaces need to be cleaned with antibacterial cleaning products. Once every ten days make sure to dust all the surfaces to get rid of both the dust and the germs.

Bathroom Cleaning Checklist

Make sure to replace towels frequently after a few uses. Make sure to wash them in hot water in order to eliminate germs. Make sure to dry the towels completely in order to prevent bacteria from spreading on the wet surface.

Make sure to clean the entire bathroom, from the floor to the ceiling, at least once every two weeks. Make sure to use a strong disinfectant in order to kill all the germs and bacteria. However, don’t use the same chemicals for both the toilet and the bathtub. Use the appropriate chemical for every surface.

Make sure to swipe areas you touch frequently using a disinfectant. This includes light switches, door frames, and knobs.

Kitchen Cleaning Checklist

The kitchen towels and any surfaces that come in direct content with raw meat need to be immediately washed or cleaned. Replace other kitchen towels once every week to prevent them from developing germs. You can boil the kitchen sponges for a few minutes in order to kill the bacteria and the odors.

Make sure to frequently wash the sink with a disinfectant every time it is exposed to raw meat. Make sure to clean out any food particles from the sink.

Miscellaneous Areas Cleaning Checklist

You should vacuum the carpet once every week. Pay special attention to areas with high traffic like the hallway. These areas are prone to dirt and grime from shoes and paws (if you have pets) so cleaning them is mandatory.

Clean any flat surfaces you regularly touch once every few days. The same goes for dusting. All electrical switches, appliances, and doorknobs need to be frequently dusted and disinfected.

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