How to Clean Like Local House Cleaners

Floor and walls

It’s best to start cleaning by cleaning the living rooms and bedrooms. Organise everything into separate groups for simpler cleaning later. Once this is done you should use a mop to get rid of cobwebs from the ceiling. Windows should also be wiped using a wet cloth and then dried using a newspaper.


After that they should dust furniture ensuring they work in the little spots around the cushions of the couch. Furniture polishers can be sprayed down onto the wooden furniture like cabinets and tables to leave a good sleek sheen and lovely smell.

For the next step, they should dust and then mop the floor with a damp rag mop. They may vacuum the carpets with a vacuum cleaner frequently to reduce pests from living in, or invading the property.

Home electronic devices

These are devices like fridges, microwaves, ovens and cookers. These devices should be cleaned with a dry cloth so that there is no dust on top. Cookers, ovens and microwaves can be cleaned carefully since food is handled there. Washing powder could be used to get rid of stains from ovens and cookers while sodium bicarbonate may be required to clean the fridge to remove stains that could be causing bad odours.


Laundry should be done either by hand or using a washing machine. If you decide to do it by hand, you need to first separate clothes and bedding according to material and colour and after that place them in a basin containing water and detergent. After that wash the clothes methodically, rinse them using cold water and hang them outside to air dry.

You can then move on to the washroom area, the toilet can be cleaned using a disinfectant toilet cleaner that eliminates bacteria and leaves a pleasant smell in the lavatory. A mild washing powder can be used to clean the bathroom because it is less abrasive and leaves a fresh smell.

Kitchen area

Local house cleaners recommend to clean the dishes after using a dish washing soap and a sponge, wash, then wipe them using a dry cloth and place them in their respective kitchen cabinets. A clean damp cloth should then be used to wipe the kitchen counters and cabinets to stop dust and stains from spreading. The last step after cleaning the kitchen should be emptying the dustbins and dumping the waste in the dumpster. Organic and inorganic waste needs to be thrown in different trashcans since inorganic waste may be reused in the recycling factories whilst inorganic waste could be used later as farm fertilizer.