Keeping your Living Room Clean between Professional Visits

More than any other part of your home, your living spaces are the most often utilized during times of rest, relaxation and socialization. Maintaining these areas helps keep them comfortable and safe. Plus, no matter what surprise visitor shows up at your door, you will feel completely comfortable inviting them inside.

At Molly Maid, we follow a house cleaning routine that ensures that all of your spaces are as clean as possible. For your personal cleaning needs, we suggest following this simple house cleaning schedule:

  • Daily: On a daily basis, collect any toys, newspapers, etc. that have accumulated over the course of the day and put them in a pile in the middle of the room. One by one, put them where they belong.
  • Weekly: On one day per week, dust around the room - working left to right and top to bottom. After dusting, it is also a good time to vacuum your furniture, removing and rotating any cushions.
  • Monthly: Move your furniture and vacuum beneath it. Wash your windows as well (weather permitting, i.e. above 50 degrees). You should also clean your furniture as necessary.
  • Yearly: On a yearly basis, you should evaluate your living room, taking care to de-clutter and dusting anything that is hard to reach (i.e. ceiling fan) using a ladder as necessary.

Following these simple tasks will guarantee that your living spaces are always up to par when company arrives.

Since you have better ways to spend your time, call the Molly Maid professionals at 1-800-MOLLY-MAID. Your new found free time will allow you to finally enjoy that couch that you have been vacuuming out all these years.

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