Tips for cleaning the hallway

Hallway Cleaning

By Cleaning Services London

Your big home cleaning day is towards its end. And you suddenly realize that you have forgotten to take care of the hallways. Instead of giving up and leaving today’s work for tomorrow, when you are going to postpone it once more, get to the hallway cleaning now. It is neither hard nor time-consuming, especially if you approach the task in a proper way.

Listed below are a number of tips and strategies that will definitely help you achieve that with no hassle and stress whatsoever.

  • If you have skirting boards, banisters and other decorative features on your walls, be advised that they are the place where most of the dust in your hallway gathers. So pay special attention to them when dusting.

  • Use a damp cloth to clean the dirt accumulated on your front door – both on the inside and the outside part, as well as the frame. Do a little research and see what detergent is suitable for the material your door is made of. Then, of course, use it. Do not forget the handles, doorknobs and the bell.

  • If you have pictures or photographs hanging on the walls of your hallway, do not forget to clean their frames.

  • Cobwebs are most likely abundant in every corner of the hallway, so go around them and remove any webs that might possibly be there.

  • Most of the dirt that enters your home from the outside comes from the shoes you and the members of your family wear. So it would be more than logical to spend ten to fifteen minutes carefully cleaning the drawers where your shoes stay when taken off.

  • Hallway CleaningIf your hallway is uncarpeted, sweep or vacuum it, then mop it using some nice cleaning product to bring back the shine of the wood/stone.

  • If you have carpets, look around for any stains. If there are, take them off using either a white vinegar with water solution, or a commercially sold cleaning product of your choice. Then proceed to thoroughly vacuum both the carpet and the doormat. If you have a steam carpet cleaning machine at home (the smaller ones became quite popular with households throughout the country in recent years) threat your carpet with it. It will refresh the way it looks and preserve it clean for a longer period of time.

See? It was easy, wasn’t it?

Quickly clean your kid’s room

There is an easy to follow strategy that will ensure your kids’ room is clean and tidy in no time. Well, it is natural that you do not believe that statement, so why don’t you just follow those simple steps and see what the end results are:

  • Kids Room CleaningThe experts of End of Tenancy advise to start by gathering all the necessary supplies for the task: from a big basket to gather the toys, to the vacuum machine, microfiber cloths, dusting spray and/or Furniture Polish as well as a number of other little things every household should be equipped with.

  • The first step in every cleaning task is de-cluttering. If there are a lot of dirty clothes, and other items scattered across the floor and on the bed, simply put them in order. Throw the clothes in the laundry basket, put the toys in their respective places.

  • All possible trash is to be disposed of immediately, so put it in the trash can you have brought with you.

  • Move on to the bed. Smooth the sheets and put everything in order. When you step aside and take a look at the result, you will see that the whole room looks like as if it has magically become neater. No magic here though – you are just walking towards your final goal one step at a time.

  • Fold and hang all clean clothes that lie around unnoticed by your kid/kids. You can use the already made bed to spread them, so that the task becomes easier.

  • Inevitably, there will be items that have no place in your kid’s room, so take them outside and leave them by the door. Once you are finished cleaning and tidying up the room, you can put them in their right places.

  • Kids Room CleaningNow it is time to move on to the final part of your cleaning process. Plug in the vacuum cleaner and vacuum the floors and any upholstered furniture. Sweep and mop the floors if necessary (or the flooring material allows it, of course).

  • Now you are finished and you can put away your cleaning supplies. Look at the clock. It didn’t take you more than a quarter of an hour, right?

The next step would be, of course, to convince your kid that it is fun and necessary to learn how to maintain a clean state in his or her room.