It is the first day of spring and for many of us spring cleaning is a tradition worth keeping. Facing work as a professional can save you time and money, so follow these excellent tips from professionals to stop delaying things and start cleaning.
1 – Schedule Cleaning
You are supposed to select a date for the cleaning job and create a plan to finish the job in allocated time.
2 – Feel Motivated
Use motivating audios to avoid being distracted and bored. Play lively music to power up or listen to your favorite audio book.
3 – Dress for the Task
The professional cleaners are dressed for work with comfortable and washable garments designed for work. It also includes footwear, gloves and eye protection to make sure that you are dressed for a satisfactory cleaning.
4 – Pick It Up
Allow yourself to have the same advantage as giving professional cleaners by picking up dishes, garments or other items that are not in place before cleaning.
5 – Simplify Supplies
When they go to work, the professional cleaners carry the ‘big four’ i.e. a multipurpose cleaner, a bathroom cleaner, a glass cleaner and an industrial degreasing cleaner. They have citrus solvents to remove the grease easily on almost all surfaces and allow cleaning without rubbing.
6 – Invest in the Right Tools
You should buy good tools and be well prepared for years of cleaning. A quality vacuum cleaner, a mop and a scrub brush will last several years of effort. If your vacuum cleaner releases more dust than you vacuum, it is probably time to invest in a new set of tools.
7 – Load Your Tools
The professional cleaners load their tools and carry them with them as they work, so they are ready to tackle any cleaning task. Invest in a cart to be able to carry all your cleaning solutions from one room to the other with you.
8 – Make Every Moment Count
The professional cleaners do not run a room twice, so be careful to make sure you do not leave dirt behind.
9 – Two Hands Are Better Than One!
Try using both hands to take care of the cleaning tasks. You can dust twice as fast if you have a duster in one hand and a microfiber cleaning cloth in the other to pass over the flat surfaces.