Fresh Home Cleaning delivers our move in cleaning checklist so you’ll start enjoying a new and perfect home!
So you just got a new home? Congratulations! Now it’s time to clean it to leave it perfect for your arrival. But where do you start? What should you clean first? Moving into a new house is always an exciting experience! But before you start enjoying your new home, you’ll need to give it some hard work.
Make sure to get all the dirt from old residents out and start fresh before you move in. You’ll never be able to do it properly once you start living there, so take this chance now!
Our staff at Fresh Home Cleaning created this move in cleaning checklist that will help you get your new house clean and ready for habitation. Happy cleaning!
First things first: Make a plan
You may be asking yourself: Where should I start? There’s so much to do! But don’t panic, we’re here to help. The first step is to create a good plan to make the job more efficient. It is recommended that you start from top to bottom, from ceilings to floors.
It is important to know that this is a unique opportunity to do a really deep cleaning that covers every inch of your new home.
Start with the bathroom
Since this is probably the hardest part to clean and the one that most needs to be spotless for your arrival, starting with the bathroom is a great idea. It’s been used during the move-out and you’ll want to use it while you’re still moving in, so the bathroom should be first when you clean your new house.
If there are any stains on the sinks or toilets then mix together equal parts of baking soda and vinegar for an effective stain removal treatment that won’t damage surfaces like harsh chemicals would!
Tile grout is one of the most stubborn stains, but with a few tips from our experts you will get rid of it. To start off, apply baking soda into any areas where there are existing stains on your floor or wall then add in some white vinegar for extra cleaning power- let this sit until it’s ready to scrub up all residue using a toothbrush.
What about the kitchen?
At Fresh Home Cleaning we like to start with the fridge. It is constantly being used, and you’ll probably get hungry halfway through the move. Pay attention not only to the interior of your fridge, but also to the exterior and the back of it. Then, from top to bottom continue with the rest of your kitchen.
After cleaning the ceilings, you may want to start with the sink and cabinets. Scrub it with a good cleaning product until it’s brand new. For your new kitchen cabinets, use a soft microfiber cloth to wipe them down inside and out. Don’t forget about countertops!
Common spaces and bedrooms
In this brief “Move in cleaning checklist”, last but not least, the following sectors that you should pay attention to when you clean your new house are the bedrooms and the living room. This sector of your house is really easy and quick to clean. Start using a duster in walls and ceilings, and make sure you don’t forget about ceiling fans.
This is your chance to get a professional floor cleaning done without all the hassle. You don’t have time for moving furniture around, so let someone else do it while you sit back and enjoy their results! Carpets especially will hide tons of dirt that cannot be seen by simply walking on them – having an extended deep clean from start-to finish really pays off in this case.
It’s finally time to move in!
Home sweet home! All you need now is a few decorating items and your new life will be complete. You’ll never want to leave this place again, so don’t miss out on the opportunity to clean it the right way by hiring a Move-In Deep Cleaning Services for help with those heavy cleaning tasks that are too much work to do alone.
If you don’t have time to do a thorough cleaning before moving in, or if the thought of cleaning your new place stresses you out, hire Fresh Home Cleaning. We offer move-in cleaning services that will take care of everything for you so that you can relax and focus on settling into your new home.