Your Personal Cleaning Service
•Kitchens •Sink bleach with comet or soft scrub (rub in and let sit when necessary with stains) then dry and shine •Countertops need to be cleaned/sanitized ounder things as well as the small appliances and canisters on the counter oshould be checked at eye level when completed oplease dry and shine counter/small appliances oplease straighten canisters/displays to look neat •Appliances oShould be cleaned and shined oBleach handle of fridge oClean top of fridge oEmpty toaster/toaster ovens oStove tops should be scraped (when necessary) and shined – lifting the grease trays and washing under oWipe and shine face of fridge, dishwasher, oven, microwave inside and out, toaster/toaster ovens… •Wash face of cabinets oStuck on food should be removed oDrippings should be removed oShine handles, when possible •Wall between counter and cabinets should be cleaned of splatters and grease smudges •Clean window over sink (whenever possible) occasionally when a difficult screen is involved oSliding glass doors should be cleaned oWindow sills bleached or cleaned •Sanitize outer side of garbage cans (if stainless – shine) •Stainless appliances need special attention with buffing please (allow to dry and double check for streaks) •Bathrooms •All showers and tubs need to be sanitized with soft scrub or comet and bleach spray (mildew and soap scum removed) allow to sit if necessary. Dry and shine all surfaces and double check chrome •Clean all mirrors (top to bottom – not spot clean) double check for streaks before leaving bathroom •Toilets need to be scrubbed in bowl with soft scrub or comet and outside of bowl and seat need to be sanitized oPlease make sure to get behind toilet urine dribble and stain (water control can get mildew) oPlease dry toilet bowl and seat •Glass doors and walls for stand up showers need to be bleached with comet/soft scrub when coated with build-up otherwise please clean them with windex and squigee •Counters need to be cleaned and shined (please check eye level) •Face of cabinets and walls need to be cleaned of toothpaste splatter •General Cleaning •All furniture get dusted with polish or windex please use discretion (tops, sides, and edges/lips) •Ceiling fans get wiped down with windex or polish •Baseboards need only be wiped with a damp mop (with occasional special attention to middle panel) •Window sills (including middle of window) need to be wiped down (special attention to dog drool) •Glass top tables need to be cleaned and double checked for streaks •Figures on furniture should also be dusted and replaced •Please remove doilies (give them a good shake of dust) and dust under them •Please double check room before leaving (make sure to get ALL pieces) •Vacuum all carpets in lines when possible (this will insure that the whole carpet gets done) grooming plush carpets in fan pattern or lines •Small carpets should be shaken or vac’d and vacuumed underneath leave aside for washing of floor •Large area carpets should be picked up to vacuum under edges •Try to groom oriental carpet fringe •Spot clean all windows •All floors should be washed with minimal water and cleaner (too much chemical leaves film on floors) •Banisters, walls and corners of walls need to be checked for fingerprints and animal dirt •Wipe switch plates of fingerprints •Under beds need to be vacuumed with floor vac please (shoe laces and nylons, etc. get caught in oreck) •Make beds with hospital corners and leave special arrangement for kids with stuffed animals and/or books with pillows also arranged nicely (when possible put sheets in washer and start the load) •Please empty all garbage cans (bring out to garage when possible) •Jobs should be done from start to finish, floor to floor (example: dust every room before moving to vacuuming) •Communication is important to insure that all duties get done •When in doubt, please ask supervisor. Better to do too much than not enough
Services available in Southern Maine (Cumberland and York counties).