There can still be a couple of hidden areas collecting germs, grime, and dirt even if your new house appears clean. That’s why it worth checking each corner whenever you are doing your moving-in home cleaning since there isn’t any better time to clean your new home than before you move in.  

Of course, you can hire Sunshine Coast residential cleaners to do this job for you. However, if you want to do it yourself, here are things to consider: 

Bathroom 

According to professionals, cleaning your bathroom is as much about disinfecting as it’s about shiny surfaces. For the initial scrub down of the shower and tub, all you need is a sponge and dish soap. However, to eliminate any lingering bacteria, you need to follow up with an antibacterial spray. You can clean the seats in your toilet. However, it’s best to buy a new one. You will have newer-looking toilets and you won’t have to worry about bacteria and germs. Sanitize and clean the door handles, faucets, and toilet paper holder and finish up by sanitizing and cleaning the floor. 

Kitchen 

Your new kitchen might appear clean. However, you need to play it safe and offer the kitchen some sanitizing. This is particularly true since you will be cooking meals and storing food. You can create an excellent sanitizing solution with equal parts of white vinegar and water. You can use this on the interior side of your refrigerator after you get rid of all the drawers and shelves. You can clean the shelves and drawers in the sink. Before you put them back, let them dry.  

Then, you can clean the entire kitchen. You should begin by cleaning the upper portions of the cabinets and work your way down. Clean the exterior and interior sides of the cabinets and ensure you sanitize the cabinet handles.  

Floors 

You can utilize a vacuum attachment to clean the edges and corners of linoleum, tile, and wood floors. Then, you can use a broom to sweep the debris. Lastly, you can mop the floor. If you’re using a cleaning product, you have to ensure it is safe for your flooring type. Keep in mind that vacuuming is not enough since it does not improve the air quality or get rid of allergens.  

Cabinet Handles and Pulls, Door Knobs 

Obviously, these areas are the ones that are frequently touched. That is a lot of germs and dirt getting transferred onto your hands as soon as you use them. You can disinfect these areas to give them a good cleaning. Also, this is the ideal time to tighten up any loose handles or knobs.  

Light Switches 

This is also a part of your house that is frequently touched. Aside from that, they might not be cleaned a lot. That’s why most of them look dirty. As we’ve mentioned earlier, bacteria buildup on these areas and get transferred to your hand. That’s why you also have to disinfect and clean the light switches in your house to prevent the spread of germs.