Do You Finally Have The Time To Clean Your House In A Big Way?
Think about everything you did this summer. Were there vacations, fun with the kids, out-of-town guests who stayed at your house, home parties, and other events that took up most of your time? If that's the case, maybe you did well to just make beds and spiffy the house up with a lick and a promise.
While you might be a bit blue about the summer coming to an end, maybe you are looking forward to the upcoming holidays. And, with that in mind, perhaps you have decided that you will finally do a thorough cleaning job on your house. Do you have a cleaning plan already? If not, from setting up a cleaning and organizing plan to arranging for curtain cleaning services, here are some ideas that might help you.
Set Up A Cleaning And Organizing Plan
Start with the organizing part of your plan. For example, plan to go through each room of your house to get rid or things that are no longer wanted or needed. For example, while you're in the family room, you might go through board games and puzzles. Are there any that are missing pieces or that are no longer played? If your kids are old enough, ask them to also go through their belongings so that they can choose the things they want to go to a charity donation.
After you have organized each room, attack it with a vengeance. Pull out the dust rags, window and glass cleaners, all-purpose cleaning products, and anything else you'll need to get the house cleaned. If you want to get the job done in one day, mark that day on your calendar ahead of time and don't plan anything else for that day.
Maybe you have decided to take a couple of hours Monday through Friday to get the house cleaned. If so, consider what you will do on those days. For example, Monday could be dusting and vacuuming day, Tuesday could be bathroom cleaning day, and so on.
Arrange For Professional Curtain Cleaning
One thing you might not feel comfortable doing is the cleaning of your curtains. After all, you probably spent important money when you purchased them, right? Arranging for professionals to clean the curtains just means that workers who have been trained to do a thorough job will be doing the work. In addition, the workers will have the experience needed to clean the curtains without damaging them.
For example, if your curtains are made of very delicate fabric, the workers will more than likely test their cleaning products on a tiny piece of the fabric that doesn't show. When they know for sure that the cleaner won't harm the fabric, they'll proceed to do the job. Your curtain cleaning might cost you money, but when you see the end result of curtains that look like new, you'll know it was money well spent.
For more information about curtain cleaning, contact a curtain cleaning service in your area.