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How to Clean a Living/Sitting Room

Carpet cleaning tipsThe living room (lounge) is the most central place in a home. Whether you live in a house or a flat, this is the place you sit with your family and friends, chatting, playing, eating, working from home.

That is why the sitting room needs a lot of attention when it comes to cleaning.

The frequency of cleaning of the living room depends on whether you have the habit of eating in there – in this case cleaning surfaces and vacuuming the floor twice a week would be good a good idea, as food particles attract mice and cockroaches and are the perfect hosts for many types of bacteria. The cleaning of the table with antibacterial detergent is essential after each meal. Also make sure to clean your desk and especially keyboard if you eat while working on the computer.

To have a really good clean of the living room, you can book Perth Carpet Cleaning Agency cleaning services, or do it yourself.

You’ll need furniture polishing spray, window/glass cleaner, microfiber cloth and cotton dusters, hoover and mop with a suitable for your type of floor cleaning detergent, step ladder, sponge and washing liquid.

Start with dusting well all surfaces, if you haven’t done that in a really long time, you may vacuum the window ledges, skirting boards and curtains/blinds first, carefully not to damage them, using the proper vacuum cleaner attachment. Clean the cobwebs, using again the hoover.

Dust and polish – where necessary, all furniture, fixtures (including chandeliers), window and picture frames, sculptures.

Then clean the windows – first the frames. Use a step ladder if the highest parts of the windows are out of reach.

If the window frames and ledges are wooden, you could use the furniture polish, if this is not efficient, clean them with soapy water with non scratching sponge, dry well and polish.

For PVC window frames, again use soapy water or non abrasive bathroom cleaner, applying with a sponge and dry well after cleaned.
Metal window frames which haven’t been painted over could be cleaned with soapy water and sponge and must be very well dried after cleaning.
When there is mould on windows and frames, try with sponge, soaked in soapy water, scrubbing well. If this isn’t helping, you can clean with a small quantity of bleach. Be extremely cautious when using bleach, use gloves and mask with filters. Make sure to clean with bleach only when there really is no other option as using this detergent often makes the paint or PVS surfaces to get yellow with time.
The easiest way to clean the windows is with glass cleaner and microfiber cloth. If you’d like them particularly shiny, clean them with cloth, soaked in soapy water and polish them with rumpled newspaper sheets, the ink from the pages helps to achieve incredible results.

After the dust, spider nets and windows are cleaned, do the upholstered furniture.
Fabric covered sofas and chairs should be vacuumed, including underneath the cushions.
Leather covered furniture could be cleaned with special leather wipes or using other appropriate detergents. The other option is to clean the surfaces with damp microfiber cloth and, again, vacuum well under the cushions.

Vacuum the floor, moving the furniture pieces to clean behind and underneath them, also underneath and the top of rugs (if you have any).

Wash the floor with appropriate detergent. For wooden floors use cleaning solutions with special cleaners and hot or lukewarm water.
For laminate floors, you can only use very hot water with all purpose floor cleaner, do not use detergents for wooden floors, as they contain waxes which over the time will create coating that will be difficult to clean. The wood absorbs this waxes but not the laminate floors.
If there are scuff marks on the floor, try pushing harder with the mop and after a couple of wipes it should be cleaned. If persistent, use an all purpose sponge soaked in soapy water, rubbing the mark gently and then wash again with mop.

Allow the floor to dry and enjoy your clean living room.

If all this sounds like a hard work, don’t hesitate to use our domestic cleaning services in Perth Carpet Cleaning Agency.

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