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What Is Included In A Deep House Cleaning?

Choosing to do the deep cleaning yourself or hire a professional is a privilege that many people have, but don’t use. Some people may be weary that it’s going to cost too much. Consequently, due to how busy most people are these days, some of the deep cleaning that needs to happen never gets done. This causes a lot of stress on homeowners and its occupants because the home is supposed to be a comfortable and safe place. If it’s not tidy and clean with regular maintenance, it doesn’t always feel that way, which brings on unwanted stress to family individuals.

Let’s take a journey to better understand what is included in a deep house cleaning and gain information on whether you are ready to do the job yourself or turn the duty over to the professionals. We think you will be surprised to know that a deep cleaning can be done with your own two hands with ease while keeping your wallet filled with your hard-earned money. With the right supplies and guided information, let’s dive on in.

Understanding What A Deep Clean Actually Means

Deep cleaning your home is where you still do all of the basic cleaning that you naturally do, but you add more focus to the areas that you regularly miss. Build up of dirt and grime can not be avoided, but it can go unnoticed. There are many times that we forget to clean objects within our home other than our normal routines of cleaning toilets, bathtub/shower, counters, dishes, laundry, carpets, floors, kitchen appliances, mirrors, and more.

Why Is A Deep Clean Important?

Fresh Air

A deep house cleaning is very important for many factors. Cleaning your home in this manner will rid all of the dust that is hiding in unnoticed areas. Having dust laying around our homes brings down the quality of the air that we have to breathe in on a daily basis while being indoors.


In today’s world, there are many people who suffer from allergies. By eliminating dust within your home, it can banish allergies that could be harmful to the skin and nasal areas of yourself and your loved ones. Many times, we don’t even tend to think about the unseen dust particles floating in the air and we definitely don’t notice breathing them in.

It’s Not Only Dust

Removing dust is a big part of the deep cleaning process, but there are other reasons why it is so important to add deep cleaning to your to-do list. Dirt and grime build up so easily in corners, in crevices, on baseboards, on blinds, drains, your curtain, and many more areas. Mildew, germs, bacteria, and viruses that are invisible to the eye, grow everywhere that is forgotten.

Keeps The Pests Away

The basic cleaning routine most definitely helps to keep mice, insects, and dust mites out of your home. Unfortunately, these pests are smarter than we may think and they can literally find that built-up grime in the corners of your home. It is important to disinfect and keep your home disinfected to make your home less satisfying to unwanted pests.

Saves Money In The Long Run

Keeping dust out from your home can actually help the upkeep of your furniture, beloved clothes, and even your painted walls! Over time, dust laying around on certain objects will cause more wear and tear than it would naturally have. By eliminating that pesky dust, you eliminate the thought of buying new furniture until it naturally needs to be replaced.


Just by knowing that your home is deep cleaned, it will leave you satisfied with knowing all of the benefits your home now has and the benefits of bettering your family’s health and lifestyle. A sanitized home is a satisfying home!

What Is Included In A Deep House Cleaning?

Beyond the basic cleaning that we all do to keep up with a clean house, deep cleaning is when you spend the extra time to tackle areas that you normally wouldn’t think of touching. Here is a list of examples of going that extra mile.

  • vacuuming the mattress and under your bed
  • cleaning the inside of your trash can
  • dusting lampshades and blinds
  • dusting and cleaning the blades of your ceiling fans
  • vacuuming furniture, including your couch
  • cleaning window sills and ledges
  • dusting and cleaning home decor
  • dusting vents
  • vacuuming the floors of closets
  • removing cobwebs
  • dusting and cleaning baseboards
  • cleaning sinks and drains
  • door frames
  • stairs
  • inside and outside cleaning of kitchen cabinets
  • inside of the microwave, dishwasher, refrigerator, oven, and the top of your stove (don’t forget to clean the baseboard behind the fridge and sweeping up the crumbs underneath it)
  • cleaning range hood
  • dusting and cleaning light fixtures
  • cleaning scum from shower doors and tile grout

What Does A Deep Clean Entail?

The example list above is a great start to see where the deep cleaning process needs to be done. There are supplies that you will need to get the job done correctly. A basic list of supplies would be old rags, a scrubber, buckets for water, degreaser, dish soap, cleaners, gloves, mop, vacuum, and dust rags. A little further down in this blog post, we will explain the best tools to use for their benefits and how they can get the job done correctly without costing a lot of your hard-earned money.

How Often Should A Deep Clean Take Place?

According to studies, when you deep clean your home, you make the basic cleaning routine a much easier process. After a deep clean takes place, it will take less time to maintain your home on a daily basis. If dust, grime, and dirt are eliminated, you can easily do a basic clean of your home once a week. Doing a whole house deep cleaning twice a year will make a huge difference in your home environment, save your time and money, and keep you and your family healthy.

Of course, there are still the basic cleaning needs daily and weekly. If you feel that twice a year isn’t enough, it will never hurt to deep clean your home more often.

Figuring Out If You Should Deep Clean Yourself Or Hire A Professional

Ask Yourself?

Do I Have Time?

Try to imagine yourself doing the job. How long do you think it’ll take you? That’s a good indication of whether you’ll have the time to do it. Be realistic, especially if you’ve never done it before. Also, remember that a deep clean maintains your normal cleaning routine to make it much easier.

How Much Is My Time Worth?

Once you have a good idea of how long it will take you, think about how much your time is worth. Do you think this is a good use of your time, or can you think of better things to do with it?

Can I Physically Accomplish the Chore?

Think about the conditions of the job. For example, if the job is cleaning all your carpet in your home, do you have the physical stamina to do it in the time limit you gave yourself? Most definitely consider any medical conditions that you may have and how a deep clean will affect your body. Even though deep cleaning your own home may be satisfying for you, it is always okay to hire someone else for the job.

Do I Have the Supplies and Tools?

Will you need to purchase any special tools, such as a professional carpet cleaner? The use of high-quality cleaning supplies can greatly improve the overall appearance of your home. Below, we will talk more about the best cleaning supplies and tools to use. If you like all of the benefits they have, you can always ask a professional cleaning service to use what you have.

Keep in mind that many cleaners are formulated with harmful chemicals that are hazardous to our health. Also, a basic duster will just throw the dust around and not technically pick the dust up to remove it for good. Take a look below for further details on what we recommend.

What’s My Budget?

What are you willing to pay someone else to do the deep cleaning for you, if you really don’t want to do it, can’t do it, or don’t have the time to do it? Most professional cleaning services can cost anywhere from two hundred dollars to four hundred dollars, depending on the square footage of your home. Is it worth it for you? Will it help to make your life easier to hand the job off to someone else?

Ask a Cleaning Service:

What Is Your Experience?

It’s a good idea to find out how long a company or person has been in business. The longer they’ve been doing this business, the better choice they may be since people tend to enter and leave this field quickly. If you are willing to pay them, then knowing their experience will help to determine if they are the company for you.

Do You Have Insurance?

For a business that is going to come into your home and clean anything, it’s very important for the company to have insurance to cover any unfortunate damage that can unexpectedly happen, as well as workman’s comp insurance for their employees in case of injury on the job. Otherwise, your home insurance may have to pay for the damage to property and life. Most professional deep cleaners will have this insurance because of its importance.

What Is Your Employee Screening Process?

Ensure that employees have had background checks. You want to ensure that no one comes into your home that has a criminal background. Allowing a cleaning service to come into your home is a risk you have to take when you make that initial appointment with them. Asking the business this question will help you to figure out which company you feel the most comfortable with.

How Do You Train Your Employees?

If someone is experienced, then their employees need to be trained properly on how to clean everything that you want to have cleaned. There are many small companies that have either two or three cleaners and they will gladly tell you the qualifications of each of them.

Do You Have a Written Checklist of What Tasks Your Team Will Perform?

This is important so that you can use that checklist to ensure that everything is completed to your satisfaction before the team leaves your home. Companies can be different even though they are in the same industry. Some professional cleaners will clean your deck and patio during a deep clean process, where others will not. You want to see what exactly you are going to be paying for.

What Type of Control Do I Have Over How They Clean?

Some cleaning companies are very particular about how their teams do the work. For example, one popular cleaning service only allows their workers to fill their bucket with water once, which means spreading around lots of germs in some cases. Other companies will only allow their employees to use what they provide for cleaning supplies and tools. Depending on the business, their rules and regulations can vastly vary.

What Is Your Quality Assurance Guarantee?

Some cleaning companies offer a no-questions-asked refund if you’re not satisfied. Other companies will need you to call their office immediately so that they can send a manager over to check. Don’t be afraid to speak up if you’re not happy. After all, you do pay for the work to be done.

Who Provides Supplies and Equipment?

You can pick a company that brings their own supplies because that does signify knowledge and experience about which solutions work best for different cleaning problems. It could also mean less money for you to layout, depending on what you use for proper cleaning. Take a look below at my recommendations for cleaning supplies and tools.

How Long Do You Think My Deep Cleaning Project Will Take?

Having an idea of how long it will take will give you a good indication of whether the price is right for you or not. Not only that but if you have already assessed how long it may take and you think they are going to do it too slow or fast, you can discuss the issue.

Our Recommendations

What Can Champion Supplies Offer You?

Here at Champion Supplies, we always keep our customers in mind when providing the best cleaning tools to use. The next four items that we will be talking about could help make your decision on whether you want to deep clean your home yourself, pay for a professional to do the job, or offer your supplies to a cleaner to use instead of their own.

We provide household cleaners that are non-toxic because we believe in the value they provide for our customers. Our cleaning tools and solutions will blow your mind when you shortly find out how much cleaner you can truly get from only one purchase.

For another wow factor, wait until you hear about a special tool we have that will remove dust for good from your home, without just spreading it around. So, the next four items are what we personally recommend for a deep house cleaning.

Old Fashioned Dust Mop

This is one of our favorite cleaning tools ever! Remember earlier when we talked about using dust rags or typical dusters and how they just spread the dust throughout the air, which wastes your time and doesn’t even do the job correctly? Well, the Old Fashioned Dust Mop will change your dusting experience forever!

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Most dust mops that you will find in your local store will only push the dust and pet hair around, which can ultimately put scratches into your flooring when it’s time to use a wet mop. They do not collect the dust and debris. The Old Fashioned Dust Mop from Champion Supplies is made in the USA and comes to you with vibrant colored yarn pieces that go through an amazing process to be able to make your home as dust-free as possible! The yarn pieces go through an electromagnetic static charge process that makes the dust attach naturally to the strands of this mop.

It can be used not only on your floors, but on your ceilings and walls as well. It is the perfect tool to use to get that pesky dust off of your ceiling fan and will not spread the dust around while doing so. Better yet, this dust mop works on its own! You do not need to use a chemical-based cleaner along with it! Since the mop acts like a magnet to attach the dust to the yarn pieces and it doesn’t need to team up with a cleaner, you do not need to wash the mop head.

If you do feel the need to wash the mop head, it can be easily done with a light detergent and water mixture, then a simple air dry will seal the deal.

When you are finished dusting a certain area of your home, take the Old Fashioned Dust Mop to your front porch and shake it free of the dust. Now, another awesome detail about this mop is that it has a wedge design. This type of mop can easily fit into corners that other typical mops can not get to, which is very helpful if you are doing a deep clean all by yourself.

Champion Super Yellow Mop

This mop is so versatile that it can be used on different flooring such as tile, hardwood, ceramic tiles, laminate, linoleum, vinyl, rubber, porcelain, and concrete flooring. It is made with such high quality that it will not scratch your floor as a typical mop can. This Super Yellow Mop is made with non woven fabric that your floors with thank you for with the softness it provides. This mop can absorb five times its weight in water, leaving you with fewer trips to wring it out.

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This mop is extremely light in weight, allowing your hands to feel better after mopping with this product compared to typical store mops that you’ve probably purchased in the past. Most of the store-bought mops tend to harden after multiple uses, have thick woven material that can scratch your floors, and will hold the dirt and grime on them after use. The Champion Super Yellow Mop is long-lasting, saving time and money all in one!

The mop head can even be machine washed, which adds another reason why we believe this mop is perfect for the job of a deep cleaning process!

Champion Ultra Concentrated Degreaser

This degreaser is an all-purpose cleaner! It is a better cleaning solution for your home and your money. One purchase of this product comes to you in a 32 ounce bottle. That 32 ounce bottle is then transformed into 256 gallons of cleaning product when you mix the contents with water! It lasts much longer than the typical degreaser.

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This cleaner holds major power, so much that it can unclog a faucet with ease. Since this product is 100% biodegradable, it is completely safe to go down a drain and will ensure that the surrounding environment will continue to thrive due to being free from toxic chemicals. The Champion Ultra Concentrated Degreaser is also phosphate-free, meaning that it is safe for your septic tank as well!

It truly is an all-purpose cleaner where it can be used on more than just your floors. Use it to clean your cooking pots and pans, silverware, plates, dishes, countertops, appliances, range hoods, stovetop, spot cleaning on dirty clothes, garage tools, automobiles, walls, and cabinets. Since this product is made safely, you can even clean your dining room chairs and table with it, leaving you not to worry about chemicals being spread to your food.

When you use this ultimate degreaser for your floors, all you need to do is mix a light solution into a spray bottle and mist it upon the floor and wipe it up with the Champion Super Yellow Mop. Using this product will leave you satisfied when you tackle a deep cleaning of your home knowing that it is made with no harsh chemicals, lasts a long time, and can be used in many different ways around your home.

Silver Polish Cloth

Don’t worry, we didn’t forget to recommend the best cleaning tool for your home decor and other objects within your home. We love having a product that can be used many times and will last for an incredibly long time. Just like how the above products are versatile, so is this cloth! It can be used for so many things such as:

  • metal surfaces
  • appliances
  • water stains on wood furniture
  • paint stains on metal, glass, or tile surfaces
  • rust in bathroom tubs and in the sink
  • grime on a car body and windows
  • guns
  • fishing gear
  • and much more

This Silver Polishing Cloth can be used on so many surfaces and better yet, you do not need any toxic metal polishers for this product to do its job. Also, it does not need to be wetted before the cleaning process. Simply take it out of the package and scrub away!

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Final Thoughts

If you’re willing to give up some measure of control over exactly how things are done, and you can afford it in your budget, then hiring a cleaning service for your deep cleaning projects can free you up to do something else. If you choose to deep clean your home yourself, using the recommended tools from above can definitely make the job easier in many ways. Also, another good housekeeping and organization tip is to live a clutter-free lifestyle to minimize dust.

Start with the Old Fashioned Dust Mop, then use the Champion Ultra Concentrated Degreaser by misting it onto your floor once the solution is made, wiping it up with the Champion Super Yellow Mop. Finish off by polishing your various hard surface items with the Silver Polishing Cloth! Now that you know what is included in a deep house cleaning, you can have a successful deep cleaning day, leaving you and your family with the satisfaction of a clean home to relax in!

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