Check for any wear and tear and prepare a replacement for them if needed.
It is important to adhere to the guidelines provided by the manufacturer when laundering and drying the items.
Clean or wash them with soap and water or disinfect them with alcohol or vinegar. Prepare a replacement for them if needed.
Dry the vents and fans with a hair dryer to prevent moisture buildup.
Clean glass surfaces with a glass cleaner and a microfiber cloth. Remove any spots or streaks.
Clean wooden surfaces with a wood cleaner and a soft cloth. Polish them with a dry cloth.
Scrub the shower and tub with a brush or a sponge. Pay attention to the tiles, grout, and drain. Remove any soap scum, mildew, or stains.
Rinse well and dry with a towel or a squeegee.
You can soak them in a plastic bag filled with vinegar or spray them with a cleaner. Let them sit for 15 minutes.
Rinse well and dry with a cloth.
Let it sit for five minutes.
Scrub the sink and faucet with a sponge or a cloth. Remove any hair, debris, or stains from the sink and drain.
Rinse well and dry with a cloth. Polish them with a dry cloth.
Scrub the WC bowl with a toilet brush. Flush the WC and rinse the brush.
Disinfect the seat, lid, tank, and handle with a spray or wipe. Wipe them with a cloth.
Clean the exterior of the WC with a damp cloth. Make sure to reach behind and under the WC as well.
Remove any spots or streaks.
As natural alternatives, vinegar or rubbing alcohol can be utilized in place of traditional cleaning agents. Spray them on the glass and wipe them with a newspaper or a coffee filter.
Sort out your products by category and expiration date. Throw away any expired or unused products.
Wipe down the inside cabinets, drawers, shelves, and storage spaces with a damp cloth or a disinfectant wipe.
Properly dispose of garbage from the trash bin.
Spray the trash bin with disinfectant spray.
Rinse the trash bin and dry it with a clean cloth.
Wipe down the trash bin with a cleaning cloth.
Check all of the fixtures in the bathroom for leaks.
Check plumbing fixtures for excessive wear or any damage signs.
Lubricate any hinges or knobs if needed.
Make a note about any malfunction or damages found.
Fix any minor issues yourself or call a professional if needed.
Mop the floor with a disinfectant solution. Rinse the mop and wring it out.
Mop the floor again to remove any excess cleaner.
After cleaning, you can either dry the floor using a towel or allow it to air dry.
Tips: Use baking soda or vinegar to deodorize and disinfect the floor. Scatter a layer of baking soda across the floor's surface and leave it undisturbed for approximately 15 minutes. Vacuum it up or sweep it away. Or spray vinegar on the floor and wipe it with a cloth.
Recheck them for any wear, tear, or damage resulting from cleaning, and replace them if needed.
Check that your cleaning supplies are in good condition. Ensure that all containers with any cleaning substances are not damaged. Replace or replenish your cleaning supplies if necessary. Place your cleaning supplies in a dedicated storage area.
Caution: Ensure children or pets cannot access your cleaning supplies.