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June 16, 2020

Cleaning Before Move-in is a Must

cleaning before moving inBy Julie DeLong, A-1 Freeman Moving Group 

Moving to a new home is gratifying. It can be an opportunity for you to redecorate the place, obtain new household furniture, re-organize and also add contemporary finishes. The moving process is often stressful, however having a well-organized approach to remove unwanted possessions ahead of packing, working with a moving company in Dallas to assist with the hard work, and also making sure your new home is clean and sanitary prior to move in are generally good ways to begin your new abode journey on the proper note.

Move-in cleaning is an essential part of every moving process. Regardless of if the new place is totally new or had previous residents, you want to move into a pristine place. The person or family which occupied the house may have been neat, however doing all your cleaning can be worthwhile. In many instances, you will discover junk, dirt, and grime on the surfaces that ought to be eradicated prior to moving in.

Cleaning your new house before your professional movers arrive with your possessions also minimizes the hustle of moving unpacked boxes and also furniture around to be able to clean. It can be a chance to target each and every nook in the home and all areas both high and low. Should you be considering to move, here are some tips for deep cleaning your new space.

Clean High and Move Low

Dirt settles on all surfaces, whether low or high. Begin your cleaning on higher surfaces such as ceilings, fans, and cabinets. Wipe the surfaces and make certain you get each and every corner. Make sure to wash the walls, too. Generally, warm water and a detergent or vinegar solutions tend to be adequate for cleaning. Right after cleaning all high surfaces and wiping down the walls, thoroughly clean the floor surfaces. Start by sweeping all debris as well as trash and follow with a vacuum. You can even rent a steamer or use a steam cleaning company to clean all the carpets and rugs.

Cleaning up Persistent Stains

When you have stains including cigarette smoke or pet urine, the usual cleaning detergents will possibly not deliver the results. Deep cleaning is critical to remove these stains and smells which may be infused into the walls, ceilings, as well as floors of the property. Do your research or check with an expert to find the best ways of cleaning, with regards to the severity of the stains.

Cleaning the Kitchen

Cleaning the kitchen is vital because it ensures that your food continues to be safe for consumption. If you are moving to a house with a pre-installed fridge, microwave oven, or range, clean all the areas and sanitize them completely. Tepid to warm water, baking soda, along with vinegar solutions are great for eliminating oil stains.

Clean the Bathroom

Your bathrooms call for deep cleaning, due to their character. Make a baking soda and vinegar concoction (one tablespoon of baking soda per one-half cup of vinegar) and let it sit in the commode for half an hour prior to scrubbing. You can do a web search for vinegar and baking soda suggestions for the sinks, tubs, mirrors, and flooring surfaces.

Disinfecting Areas

Following moving day, it is essential to sanitize all areas that professional movers, cleaners, as well as construction workers may have touched. Clean all sinks, doorknobs, handles, windows, and furniture before settling in.

Wanting to Move?

A-1 Freeman Moving Group is a knowledgeable moving company in Dallas which manages all sorts of household moves. Regardless of whether your move is local, long-distance, or international, you can depend on our professional movers to help. Give us a call today for more information.


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The Mickelson Family
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