A Complete Cleaning Checklist

Cleaning can be a chore, both literally and figuratively. However, it is fundamental.

Having a clean environment around you allows you to have both a healthy and happy mind and body. Remember, simple tips such as throwing open the windows and allowing fresh air into your home makes all the difference! Whether it is at home or in the office, clean surroundings brighten up your day and can maintain or improve health.

Below, we have constructed a detailed spring cleaning checklist for you to refer to when tackling the clean. Although it may look daunting, for the most part, these tasks are fairly quick and easy to complete. So if it is time for the weekly household duties of cleaning from top to bottom, or you need to give your office a bit of TLC, you can follow this straightforward checklist to help you along the way!

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How to Conduct a Fast House Clean

Sometimes, there are days when an unsuspecting visitor will come knocking to your door and you haven’t had time in the day to clean your household.

Luckily, there are a number of ways that you can resolve this problem with only 5 items, getting your house visit-friendly in no time!

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Cleaning in Autumn

Autumn has brought along the changing leaves and with it, we are taking a look at our spring cleaning list and adding in some seasonal extras in order to prepare for the winter.

Pinnacle Cleaning are sharing a checklist to help you with your autumnal cleaning habits!

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Quick cleaning tips for your kitchen

A spotless house is a spotless mind, but tackling the cleaning job and spending a chunk of your time doing so isn’t so desirable.

We’re here to share how you can use the best methods that will make your cleaning jobs simpler, more effective and less time-consuming. The kitchen can be a gruelling task to take on, but following these below tips should be the answer to your woes! Continue reading “Quick cleaning tips for your kitchen”

How can you prepare your home for Christmas?

Christmas is a very special time of year, which brings family and friends together worldwide in a celebration of thanks.

So, with the numbers of people in your hair inevitably increasing this Christmas, how are you going to keep your home tidy?
In our blog, we’ve compiled a list of things you’ll need to do before the Christmas period in order to keep your house looking beautiful! Continue reading “How can you prepare your home for Christmas?”

DIY: Your Home Office

Cleaning your home office can be a challenge in itself but we’ve a sure fire way to make cleaning your home office less of a chore, and it’ll be super quick!

The biggest challenges are going to be the dusty electronics, the stains splattered across your desktop, and grimy accessories and last but certainly not least, the germ-infested, crumb-filled keyboard.

Rid the dust – The static from electronics is a powerful draw for dust. Cleaning screens and discs is delicate work though as they can easily be scratched and damaged, so it’s wise to use a microfibre cloth that won’t scratch or leave lint behind.
Avoid using a glass cleaner as your screen will have an anti-glare coating that can be striped by solvents.
Instead, use the dry microfibre on a turned off screen, then lightly dampen the cloth and buff away the grime from the rest of the monitor or laptop. Do the same with the mouse and printer.
To clean CDs and DVDs, use a clean spot on the cloth and clean from the centre to the edge, but not in a circular motion, as there may be some grit that could leave scratches.

Erase surface stains – To do this, you need to move the keyboard, mouse, laptop and whatever is obstructing your desktop.
If your desktop is a sealed wood surface, use a vinegar-water mix, or if your work surface is laminate or another washable material, use an all purpose cleaner; let whichever is appropriate for your surface soak for a few minutes on sticky stains and scrape it off, then wipe it and rinse.
Ink stains can be removed with a cotton ball dipped in rubbing alcohol and rinse with a sponge.

Tackling the keyboard – Keyboards are one of the dirtiest office surfaces to exist.
To clean it, unplug the keyboard and tip it upside down over a bin and tap loose an crumbs or bits trapped between the keys.
Use a slim paintbrush to eradicate the dust from the crevices.
Using a cotton ball dipped in rubbing alcohol again, dampen the surfaces of the keys  and leave to dry, before plugging back in.
To clean the laptop’s keyboard, a brush or bottle of compressed air, found at office stores, will suffice.

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