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deep cleaning

When We Say Clean, We Mean Immaculate.

Deep cleaning is a thorough and detailed cleaning process that goes beyond regular maintenance cleaning. Unlike regular or maintenance cleaning, which focuses on basic cleaning tasks to maintain cleanliness, deep cleaning is a more intensive and comprehensive process that targets hard-to-reach areas, accumulated dirt, and grime.

Deep cleaning involves cleaning areas that are often overlooked during routine cleaning, such as behind appliances, inside cabinets, grout lines and other hard-to reach or hard-to-clean areas. Deep cleaning aims to remove accumulated dirt, grime and stains resulting in a cleaner and healthier living environment.

key features and tasks typically included in residential deep cleaning services:

  • Extensive Dusting: Deep cleaning involves thorough dusting of all surfaces, including furniture, shelves, baseboards, light fixtures, and ceiling fans. This helps remove built-up dust and allergens that can affect indoor air quality.

  • Vacuuming and Mopping: Professional cleaners will vacuum and mop all types of flooring, such as carpets, hardwood, laminate, or tile. This helps eliminate dirt, dust, and pet hair from deep within the carpets and removes grime from hard surfaces.

  • Kitchen Cleaning: The kitchen is a high-traffic area prone to grease, spills, and food residue. Deep cleaning services focus on cleaning appliances (oven, refrigerator, microwave), countertops, sinks, and cabinets. The cleaning may include degreasing, descaling, and sanitizing to ensure a hygienic cooking environment.

  • Bathroom Sanitization: Bathrooms are another crucial area targeted during deep cleaning. Professional cleaners will clean and disinfect toilets, sinks, showers, bathtubs, tiles, and mirrors. They may also address grout and hard-to-reach areas to remove stubborn stains or mold buildup.

  • Window and Blind Cleaning: Deep cleaning often includes washing interior windows, frames, and sills. Additionally, blinds and curtains may be dusted or washed to remove accumulated dirt and allergens.

  • Deep Cleaning of Hard-to-Reach Areas: Deep cleaning extends to neglected or hard-to-reach areas, such as behind furniture, under beds, in corners, and in tight spaces. These areas are thoroughly cleaned to ensure a comprehensive cleaning outcome.

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