Deep Cleaning? Don’t forget these 7 things in your home!
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Deep Cleaning? Don’t forget these 7 things in your home!

Summer is not only a wonderful time to enjoy the warm weather and the great outdoors, but it is
also a popular season to entertain friends and family. But, as painful as it is to admit, we will most
likely spend most of the summer indoors this year. There are no visitors. In any case, there’s no
better time than now to thoroughly clean every nook and cranny of your home. Who are we kidding
with this? What else are you going to do? Most individuals go into a cleaning frenzy over the
summer. Your windows and doors are largely shut throughout the winter. Professional deep cleaning services are the need of the hour.

Due to the absence of airflow, dirt and dust are confined to a greater extent. The fibers in your carpets, rugs, and furniture
act as filters, trapping dirt and dust like there’s no tomorrow. But don’t worry, some excellent advice
is on the way to you in a hurry!

At Cleanomatics, we believe in the value of human assistance, in giving people back their valuable
time, and in providing the greatest level of quality and service. As the Coronavirus pandemic
expands throughout the globe, we believe now is an excellent moment to learn how cleaning and
disinfecting your house can help prevent the transmission of viruses and diseases, as well as what
you can do to lower your risk of infection. Remember, the first line of defense against COVID-19 is
your own house.

Of course, all areas of your home require cleaning, but we’ll focus on the areas that require the
greatest attention this spring. These are the places in the house that get the filthiest and are
frequently disregarded, especially number 2. There’s also a bonus piece on how to disinfect your
home. Coronavirus, farewell!

Most people clean their homes carefully during Diwali and the Hindu New Year simply because it has
been a habit or tradition for them. When your home is tidy, it makes you feel better about yourself
and makes you appreciate your possessions more. It’s a chance to open your windows and let some
fresh air into your home, something you haven’t been able to do since late autumn.

  1. CLEAN YOUR WALLS – When it comes to the most significant aspects of your home, the walls
    come first. Walls are rarely included on people’s cleaning lists, despite the fact that they are critical
    to your home’s overall cleanliness. It’s amazing how much dirt a flat, dry surface can collect over the
    course of a year. Cleaning them at least once a year will help your entire home feel cleaner and
    fresher for longer.
  2. TAKE CARE OF YOUR CURTAINS – Fly catchers are to flies what curtains are to dust. They collect
    dust as if it were their primary function. We usually don’t notice how filthy and dusty they are until
    we go fairly near to them (and open them dramatically to let some sun in). To avoid allergies, you
    should clean your curtains thoroughly. Some curtains can be washed at home, but others will need
    to be dry cleaned or washed in a larger machine than the one you have. However, most of the time,
    it’s best to leave curtain cleaning to the pros. What better time to do it than while you’re cleaning up
    for spring?
  3. REMEMBER YOUR LAMPS AND SHADES – When dirt and dust accumulate on your lamps and
    shades, it is very visible. The good news is that cleaning them takes very little time. Because it’s
    spring-cleaning season, remove the shade and thoroughly clean every aspect of your lamp, including
    the interior of the shade. Make sure to use a duster to get into all of the nooks and crannies before
    wiping them clean.
  4. STRONGLY CLEANING YOUR CARPETS AND RUGS – Dirt and dust accumulate inside your home
    during the winter months, getting tracked in on your shoes, clothes, and even pets. These
    contaminate your carpet and rug. A good vacuum will remove the majority of surface dirt and dust,
    but with time, the majority of it will settle at the carpet’s base, making it impossible to remove with
    your domestic vacuum cleaner. You should have your carpet professionally cleaned on a regular
    basis to maintain it in good shape. Carpets should be cleaned every 6 to 12 months, according to the
    Environmental Protection Agency, especially if you have young children, elderly parents, or anyone
    who suffers from breathing problems.

Bacteria and dust mites thrive in filthy carpets, which can lead to health problems including allergies. Professional carpet/rug cleaning removes these unwanted
guests as well as debris from your carpet, extending its life. Find out more about our household
textiles (including carpets) service here. Rugs and carpets are often used interchangeably. They are,
nonetheless, distinct. Carpets cover the floor of the room and cannot be removed. Rugs may be
relocated by rolling them up. A carpet cleaning machine may be rented from most hardware stores.

  1. WASHING YOUR COMFORTERS – Your bedroom is one area where you should focus additional
    attention during deep cleaning. Because we spend so much time in this room, we want it to be a
    pleasant and refreshing place to sleep at night. Dust mites can be found on almost all beds,
    comforters, and pillows. These are tiny bugs that feed on the remains of dead skin cells. Washing
    your bed linens on a regular basis is the only method to keep these organisms under control.
    Otherwise, you risk developing an allergy or having your immune system weakened.
  2. WASHING YOUR COMFORTERS – Your bedroom is one area where you should focus additional
    attention during deep cleaning. Because we spend so much time in this room, we want it to be a
    pleasant and refreshing place to sleep at night. Dust mites can be found on almost all beds,
    comforters, and pillows. These are tiny bugs that feed on the remains of dead skin cells. Washing
    your bed linens on a regular basis is the only method to keep these organisms under control.
    Otherwise, you risk developing an allergy or having your immune system weakened.
  3. MAKE SURE YOUR MATTRESS IS CLEAN – All of your other bedding textiles cover your mattress, so
    you’d think it’s cleaner. However, it, too, is covered in sweat, dead skin cells, dust, and dust mites,
    just like the other textiles! Before replacing the mattress cover and sheets, vacuum the mattress,
    deodorise it with baking soda for a couple of hours, vacuum off the remaining baking soda, and let it
    air out before replacing the covers.
  4. GET RID OF TOILET ODOUR ONCE AND FOR ALL – Do you continuously clean your toilet just to
    have the same unpleasant odour return? If you find yourself nodding yes, it’s possible that the
    stench isn’t coming from the bowl. The majority of people have never heard of a toilet syphon.
    These are the apertures inside the toilet bowl where clean water from the tank rushes through to
    assist in the removal of waste. These syphons can gather particle waste matter over time. Inside the
    toilet bowl, the warm, moist environment may quickly become a breeding ground for germs and
    fungi. Put some duct tape over the syphons to keep them sealed.

After that, drain the water from
the toilet tank. Then, into the tank, pour some white cleaning vinegar. After flushing the toilet, leave
it to sit overnight. Remove the duct tape in the morning and appreciate your shining, clean toilet
siphons. Baking soda and a damp pumice stone are great for removing stains from bowls. To
prevent germs from spreading, clean the toilet bowl brush as well.

Summer cleaning is a major task, but it feels great after it’s completed. It’s now even easier to cross
things off your cleaning to-do list. Cleanomatics comes to your house and picks up and delivers your
belongings. Contact us for information on our laundry, dry cleaning, and other cleaning services.





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