Deep Cleaning vs. General Cleaning

Let’s take a closer look at some common terms we see in regards to cleaning, and that is how deep cleaning differs from general cleaning. Once you’re able to understand each of these types of cleaning properly, you’ll be able to set up the right type of cleaning schedule, whether you will handle the house cleaning yourself or work with professional housekeeping services.

Looking Closer at Deep Cleaning

This is an intense cleaning process that goes well beyond simply wiping down surfaces. It involves hard-to-reach places. You’re looking to refresh all your home and clean everything, especially those areas missed during a general cleaning.

It could include:

  • A deep scrub and descaling of your bathroom, especially the grout, faucets, and showerheads
  • Cleaning all parts of our windows as well as the window curtains
  • Cleaning our major appliances, such as ovens and refrigerators
  • Cleaning the insides of your cabinets and dusting hard-to-reach areas
  • Polishing things such as your wooden furniture, or hardwood floors

What is General Cleaning?

This is probably the cleaning you’ve heard of and is more routine-based. Whether it’s the daily dishwashing, or the weekly vacuuming, or mopping the floor once a month, it’s all about the surface clean. It is also the time to keep the home or office tidy and the walking areas clear of any debris.

This primarily includes:

  • Dusting, sweeping, and mopping
  • Wiping down countertops
  • Handling the dishes and taking out the trash
  • Making the beds and laundering the linens
  • Cleaning those high-touch areas (light switches and door knobs)
  • Always focusing on decluttering and organizing your items.

We’re ready for both options

We can handle both options for both residential cleaning and commercial cleaning. Reach out to us at Coachella Maids today to get yourself on a consistent cleaning schedule.

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