Guest Room Deep Cleaning / Super Clean Checklist

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Guest Room Deep Cleaning Checklist and Tasks

Task 1: Turn Mattresses and Change Bedspreads

  • Remove linens (mattress pad, linens, and bedspread) from the bed
  •  Lift the mattresses from the box spring. (This should be a two-person job and use the legs for lifting and not your back)
  •  Lift the box spring off the bed frame.
  •  Check for any tear, soil, stains, or springs that are popping out.
  •  Thoroughly clean the frame and headboard.
  •  Vacuum behind and inside the bed platform and mattress cording.
  • Rotate the box spring
  •  Inspect pillows and replace pillows that have stains or wear and tear.
  •  Dust ruffles and straight it.
  •  Remake the bed with a clean mattress pad, linens, and bedspread.

Task 2: Dusting of High Places or hard-to-reach areas

  • Using an extended feather duster, dust where the wall meets the ceiling. use of a stepladder is recommended here.
  •  With the most care dust the smoke detectors, sprinklers, and any wifi routers.
  •  Dust and wipe the tops of the almirah, frames of paintings, curtain holders, etc.
  •  Dust light shades and clean with a damp cloth if needed
  •  Dust and wipe all AC vents, curtain holders, and top of doors.
  •  Clean everything else above your head level.

Task 3: Clean Window glass, Grills, and draperies.

  • Use a scrubber and window cleaner to clean grease marks, fingerprints, and hard dirt from window panels.
  •  In case any dirt outside the sealed glass then report the same to the maintenance team.
  •  Clean window glass from the top to down with a window wiper.
  •  Wipe all window frames with a damp cloth.
  •  Clean the window track thoroughly.
  •  Remove draperies that need professional dry cleaning from drapery rods.
  •  Label draperies by room number, and send them to be laundry for dry cleaning.
  •  Inspect and clean pulls, hooks, and rods.
  •  Place hooks in saleable bags to make sure they are not lost.

Task 4: Cleaning Walls, carpets and Doors.

  • Use a mild solution or all-purpose cleaner on a solid sponge and clean gently
  •  Do not spray the cleaning solution directly onto the wall but spray to the sponge instead.
  •  Work from the boom up to avoid streaks, and work clockwise around the room.
  •  Stains or marks which cannot be removed are to be reported to the maintenance.
  •  Dry all wiped surfaces with a clean white cloth.
  •  Clean anything hanging on the wall
  •  Wipe switch plates, phone plugs, and wall jacks
  •  Clean the closet walls and luggage racks
  •  Clean both sides of every door, including viewers, hinges, the frame, locks, and lock plates
  •  Work clockwise around the room to clean carpets and move large pieces of furniture.
  •  Edge the carpets with a crevice tool or a broom.
  •  Take care of carpet spots. Use standard removal techniques depending on the type of stain.

Task 5: Cleaning TV and other electronics

  • Turn off the TV, as it is easier to spot the dirt on the black surface.
  •  For cleaning the LCD screen use, use a soft, clean, lint-free, dry cloth or a microfibre.
  •  Never use cleaning fluids, wax, or chemicals to clean the LCD screen.
  •  Wipe the frames of the TV with the same cloth.
  •  Wipe the Speakers with a microfibre cloth.
  •  Use a micro fiber cloth to clean other electronic gadgets in the room. 

Task 6: Clean light shades and fire exit map

  • Remove the shade and use a damp cloth to clean the extrude and shade thoroughly.
  •  Reposition the shade
  •  Remove and dust exit sign covers
  •  Wipe inside exit signs with a damp cloth
  •  Replace exit sign covers.

Task 7: Clean Furniture 

  • Vacuum upholstery and Use a vacuum attachment to get tight spots.
  •  Clean under cushions, and inspect and turn them.
  •  Rub upholstery spots gently with a light fabric cleaner, then blot the area with a white cloth
  •  Check the manufacturer’s directions before cleaning spots from upholstery.
  •  Always use an oil-based cleaner on wood furniture.
  •  For laminated furniture use an all-purpose cleaner.
  •  Clean the backs of all furniture and dry them with a clean cloth
  •  Wipe inside drawers with a clean dry cloth.
  •  Report to maintenance if you find any drawers that do not slide smoothly.

Task 8: Clean Bathroom.

  • Remove the shower curtains and replace them if required.
  •  Soak the hooks in soapy water and replace any broken hooks
  •  Clean the curtain rod and reposition a clean shower.
  •  Scrub Tile and Grout and use grout cleaner and a grout brush to remove mold and mildew.
  •  Remove any buildup from the shower, the tub, around the sink, the toilet, and the ceramic tile door.
  •  Rinse all areas thoroughly, Dry and polish with a dry cloth.
  •  Wash the Bath Mats and also brush the back side of the mat to remove any dirt.
  •  Remove dirt from the shower, the tub, around the sink, and from the floor tile.

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