Deep Clean ChecklistDeep Clean Checklist Date * Unit # * Your Name * Notes & TipsClean rooms in whatever order you prefer, taking note that some areas require cleaning detergents to sit for a while.Use a broom or your mop with microfiber attached to end to get all cobwebs and dust from ceiling, walls and ceiling fans. This should be the very first thing you do in each room!Tips:- Check dishes early on. It's possible you'll need to run the dishwasher more than once while you clean.- Strip beds and start laundry first thing- Tackle the Jacuzzi part early on so it has a good amount of time to run- Use the dishwasher to your advantage.- Take note on inventory sheet of anything that needs replacing; pillows, screens, burnt or highly scratched pots and pans, melted kitchen stuff, etc. DO NOT throw anything away without prior approval from Ethan.- Use Magic Eraser or warm soapy water to remove fingerprints, black marks, and grime from door knobs, light switches, etc.- When moving large furniture (if you cannot move it, don't)Hardwood floors - lift edge and put a microfiber clot underneath to help slide.Carpet - avoid wrinkling when movingKITCHEN Refrigerator: Using blue cleaner or warm soapy water... Open freezer to cool it off so cleaner doesn't freeze Pull all shelves and wipe down entire inside Dump ice & wipe out ice bucket Wipe inside of freezer, checking for mold around ice maker closely (notify Ethan if you cannot get mold cleaned off) Clean any crumbs from the seal of fridge (where door meets the fridge) Pull out fridge from wall, clean all sides and the cabinets it touches Clean baseboards Sweep and mop underneath Put fridge back in its home Cabinets: Working top to bottom... Pull all dishes out, wipe down the whole inside with wet towel Take inventory and make sure they are clean Put dishes back in an organized manner Wipe down outside of cabinet To clean oven... Option 1-wearing mask and gloves, spray oven cleaner (following directions on can) use razorblade to clean all burnt on food, then wipe clean, then dry. (Old, stained rags are available in office to avoid ruining microfibers) Option 2-Put baking soda in bowl, add water to make a paste. Use a scratcher to apply paste in areas that need cleaned. Spray with vinegar until saturated. Let bubble for 30-45 min and scrape with razor blade or scratcher. Wipe clean with wet towel, then dry. (Old, stained rags are available in office to avoid ruining microfibers) Stove / Oven Pull stove from the wall, being careful not to scratch flooring Electric stove - use oven top cleaner (follow directions on bottle) and razor blade to remove any burnt on food particles Gas stove - Remove all burners and burner grates. Soak grates in warm soapy water clean all drip pans. Open stove top and clean underneath drip pans Are new drip pans needed?Are new drip pans needed? Clean inside of oven (Old, stained rags are available in office to avoid ruining microfibers) Pull off the knobs (the things you use to turn on the burners) and clean behind them Wash the walls, side of stove and the cabinets Clean vent hood, or bottom of microwave Sweep and mop under stove Put the stove back in its home Clean the bottom drawer on the stove, put pans back neatly Clean entire front of oven Microwave Wipe down inside of microwave (if extra dirty, microwave 1 cup of water for 10 minutes, then wipe clean) Wipe down the front of microwave, vent and any crevices Dry all of microwave to prevent streaks Sink Clean the hardwater stains and water spots off the faucet of the sink with vinegar or CLR Using a toothbrush clean around faucet and edges of the sink Using Bar Keepers Friend & a paper towel, clean inside the sink (follow direction on bottle) Clean garbage disposal with toothbrush - inside and under black gasket to remove stuck foods and smell. Dishwasher Remove the bottom rack Check the filter for food, glass, hair, etc. Run dishwasher to clean inside, if needed Check all inside for mold Using a wet towel, clean front of the dishwasher and sides and top if possible Other Tasks Clean all small appliances inside and out; blender, coffee maker, Keurig, toaster etc. Wipe walls in the kitchen that have any food or grease and use magic eraser on any black marks on wall Wipe down all counters with blue cleaner and wet towel Dry all counters and sink Wipe down any baseboards Sweep and mop, paying close attention to all corners Kitchen has been fully cleaned Yes NotesNotesBATHROOMS Cabinet Pull out everything inside and wipe out drawers and cabinets Neatly stock all toiletries and towels Make sure all towels, hand towels and washrags are folded KCS style Check all towels to be sure they are clean and hair-free Clean front of cabinet Toilet Remove toilet seat Spray the seat attachment holes and clean Use The Works on inside of toilet Use toothbrush to clean the entire inside of toilet, paying close attention to where water comes out Clean the toilet seat where it connects back onto toilet Reassemble toilet Clean toilet from top to bottom as usual Clean where toilet meets floor, baseboards behind toilet and floor around toilet Sink Clean hard water spots off faucet using vinegar or CLR Clean and sanitize rest of counter as usual Jacuzzi & Showers Remove jets, if possible, and wipe down or soak parts Spray cleaner in the jet holes and fill up bathtub Put bleach or blue cleaner in water and let run to sanitize Use microfiber and toothbrush to wipe out and dry inside of jets Reassemble jacuzzi Clean hard water spots off of faucet with CLR or vinegar and around faucet Wipe out jacuzzi and dry Use Bar Keepers Friend or CLR on glass shower doors to clean all hard water spots Dry thoroughly Bathroom has been fully cleaned Yes Notes:Notes:BEDROOMS IMPORTANT! 1. If it's a clean unit, strip beds and place clean sheets in closet to keep from getting dust and dirt on them while you clean the room. 2. If washer is not standard size, wash what will fit. Take the rest back to office to be cleaned. Talk to Ethan or Dawn first to ensure there will be time before the next check in. 3. When reporting laundry, report how many comforters, mattress pads or middle blankets are being washed at the office. Ceiling Fan Dust all blades and base Replace burnt out light bulbs Pull light fixtures and wipe down Reassemble Beds Pull mattress and box springs from bed, standing them against the wall. Sweep and mop or vacuum under bed, dust the wall and baseboards that bed covers Wash mattress protector, middle blanket and comforter (if washer is standard size) Wipe down bed frame, head board and slats (yes, each individual one) Flip mattress, if possible, or spin (foot to head) Dresser Pull out dresser Dust wall and baseboards behind Sweep and mop or vacuum underneath Clean all drawers inside and out Clean mirror, paying attention to corners Dust side back top and bottom edges Push back in place Side Tables Pull away from wall Dust all sides and shelves Clean lamp, shade and bulb Clean wall and baseboards behind Sweep and mop or vacuum under Push back into place Closet Arrange nicely Wipe down wall Knock down cob webs Sweep and mop or vacuum floors Bedroom has been fully cleaned Yes Notes:Notes:LIVING ROOM Living Room Clean all ceiling fans, blades and base Remove light fixtures and clean, replace bulbs as needed Dust back of TV and behind TV Wipe TV screen using light to see fingerprints Dust entertainment center Dust all side tables Remove cushions from all furniture and vacuum any crumbs Move each piece of furniture and sweep and mop or vacuum under them Clean all baseboards behind said furniture Put furniture back Organize all games/DVDs on entertainment center Sweep and mop or vacuum Clean out fireplace if it has one Living Room has been fully cleaned Yes Notes:Notes:DINING ROOM Dining Room Clean light fixture and bulbs Clean all baseboards Dust center piece of table Wipe down table, including legs Dust chairs from top to bottom with Swiffer or towel Check under table for gum (or anything else) Sweep and mop or vacuum floors Dining room has been fully cleaned Yes Notes:Notes:LAUNDRY ROOM Laundry Room Using damp towel, clean all shelves and cabinets inside and out Wipe down all sides of the washer, inside and out Clean gaskets - send note to Ethan if any need to be replaced Leave it open to dry Dust all sides of dryer Clean lint trap Stock detergent and dryer sheets Clean all baseboards Sweep and mop Laundry room has been fully cleaned. Yes Notes:Notes:WINDOWS & SLIDING GLASS DOORS Windows & Glass Doors Clean all glass until streak free Dust windowsill Dust both sides of blinds Raise window and get all bugs and dust from the tracks Get all cob webs and dust from top Clean dust from curtains Windows and sliding glass doors have been fully cleaned Yes Notes:Notes:AIR CONDITION ROOM AC Room Clean top of hot water heater and its pan Make sure doors are clean and free of dust and lint Check filter Are new filters needed?Are new filters needed? Sweep and mop floor AC room is fully cleaned Yes Notes:Notes:PORCHES & PATIOS Patio, porches and sidewalk Dust all screens & windows Knock down all cobwebs Wipe down table, including legs Dust all chairs, top to bottom Dust any decorative items on porches Clean all sliding glass doors and tracks Sweep patio, porch and sidewalks Patio and porches are fully cleaned Yes Notes:Notes:EVERYTHING ELSE & REMINDERS Everything else Dust all doors (both sides) prior to sweeping and moping or vacuuming Wipe door knob and surrounding area, removing all fingerprints, black marks, dust and grime. Wipe light switches and surrounding area, removing all fingerprints, black marks, dust and grime. Wipe all door jams/railing/walls where adults and children touch. (Magic eraser or warm soapy water only) Clean all remaining baseboards Dust all picture frames, decorations and knick knacks (move them, dust them and surrounding area, then put back) Remove all dome lights and light covers, clean, dry, replacing bulbs as needed, then secure dome back in place. Clean all trash cans, inside and out Stock unit neatly and fully. Organize locked closet so it is neat and tidy Check vacuum hoses and filters Do hoses or filters need to be replaced?Do hoses or filters need to be replaced? Theromostat set to auto and temp set at 55 winter, 75 summer Final Walkthrough 1. Leave washer lid/door open 2. Using light as a guide, did you miss any spots while mopping? 3. Did you turn off all fans and lights 4. Did you complete the inventory sheet? Do not forget to turn it in! Final tasks have been completed and... I have walked the walls and double checked everything. 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