Start at the top

As you did with the bathroom, start at the top of the space and sweep dust on the ceiling, corners, fans and light fixtures, and you can use a retractable cleaning brush to clean high spots.

Clean the walls

Check for fingerprints around light switches and corners. If you have a variety of paint or wallpaper on the walls, take care to use proper cleaning methods to avoid damage, and if there are stubborn stains, the best method is to use a Electric Brush.

Goodpapa Hand-Held Electric Brush
Cleaning cabinets

Use a mild cleaner on a paper towel to clean the inside of cabinets, especially those with painted surfaces.

To clean greasy cabinets, use an all-purpose cleaner or a mixture of baking soda and water to create a paste and apply it, and let it sit for a few minutes before treating it will give good results.

Scrubbing the sink

To clean the kitchen sink, put non-chlorine bleach in a spray bottle and cut some water. Spray the sink well, let it soak for a while and then rinse it thoroughly. If there are some residual stains in the corners, you can use a corner brush head to deal with them, which saves effort and is effective.

Electric spin scrubber corner brush
Sweep and mop the floor

If the kitchen floor is in good condition, all you need to do is a full sweep and a damp mop to make it look new. But if it's dirty, you'll need a scrubber. A scrubber is a great option for those hard-to-remove grease stains.