Step-By-Step House Cleaning Checklist

Viomi Robot Vacuum V5 Pro is a one-of-a-kind vacuum cleaner. With its ability to clean in a straight line and detect the edges of your home, it can effectively clean your floors until they are bright and shiny.

Equipped with state-of-the-art obstacle avoidance technology, Viomi V5 Pro is the 1st robot vacuum-mop with four line lidar sensors from Viomi. Powered by the latest AI tech, it can get to know your house faster and better. With two Laser Lidar Sensors mounted in front, Viomi V5 Pro detects obstacles within 70-90mm. This automatic vacuum can automatically avoid 150+ common household items, like slippers, power strips, pet bowls, and dustbins etc. Putting stuff away before cleanup is not a must anymore.

Viomi V5 Pro can work with Mijia/MiHome(Xiaomi Smart Home App), Google Home & Alexa, elevating your smart cleaning experience. Cleanup is now easier than ever. With Viomi V5 Pro, you can set different cleaning modes for different rooms, which is a first from Viomi. Apart from that, of course you can use the usual App functions, such as using vacuuming/mopping mode, editing areas, setting up virtual walls, setting up custom cleaning, etc. Complete control is in your hands, even when you are away.

What you need
to do before you start
Before you start a deep clean, it is important to get your supplies together and make a checklist. This checklist includes:
– Brooms and dust pan
– A bag or box for collecting items
– A vacuum cleaner
– Sponges, spoons, and mop
– Disinfectant spray, bleach, or other disinfectant
– Paper towels
– Vacuum bags – Cleaning products – e.g. dish detergent or laundry detergent

How to clean
your home with the Viomi Robot Vacuum V5 Pro
The best way to keep your home clean is to clean it regularly. The frequency of cleaning depends on how often you have guests and/or family over, how many pets you have, and what type of lifestyle you lead. For example, if you have kids and pets that live in your house all the time, you’ll need to do more frequent cleaning than someone who lives alone and doesn’t have a busy schedule.
Every week: Dust furniture
Weekly: Clean floors
Monthly: Clean windows
Every 3 months: Wipe down walls

Cleaning your living area
When it comes to cleaning, a lot of people want to spend as little time as possible. This is understandable, but in order to keep your house clean, you need to invest some time and effort into the process. If you are looking for a quick checklist for your living area, there are a few things you need to do before tackling other rooms in your house.
1) Sweeping and mopping: Sweep up any dirt or debris on the floor and then mop with a good-quality floor cleaner. Your floor should be dry before moving on to the next step.
2) Wiping down household surfaces: Use bleach-free wipes and disinfectant cleanser to wipe down all of the surfaces in your living area. You can also use a wet cloth if you don’t have either of these items handy. When wiping down surfaces that have cabinets or drawers underneath them, open them first so that you can get right inside them and make sure they are completely clean too.
3) Cleaning the TV screen: Turn off your television, unplug it from the wall socket, then wipe down the entire front of the TV with a soft cloth or paper towel dampened with water only (no cleaners). You could also use an air duster spray on non-flat screens instead of using water/soap or other liquids which may damage delicate electronics like TVs and computer monitors.
4) Cleaning windows: Use glass cleaner on curtains, blinds

Cleaning your bedroom
– Create a cleaning schedule for your bedroom.
– Clean the windows, ceiling, and light fixtures.
– Change the bedsheets and mattress pad every week or two if you want to keep your bedroom smelling fresh.
– Vacuum or dust your carpet or rug weekly to maintain its appearance.
– Remove any stains from furniture with a damp cloth and soap.
– Clean the walls by washing them with soapy water and a sponge, then dry them off with a towel.

Cleaning the bathroom
Cleaning the bathroom may not seem like too much work, but when you break it down into individual steps, it becomes a bit more daunting.
1. Clean the toilet by scrubbing it with a toilet brush and then use a wet rag to wipe off any residue on the floor.
2. Use disinfecting wipes for the sink and countertops.
3. Get rid of soap scum by rubbing Vaseline over your mirror and wiping it off with a dry cloth.
4. Shine up chrome faucets with chrome polish or metal polish cleaner and a soft cloth.
5. Vacuum the floor with an upright vacuum cleaner or sweep it with a broom if you don’t have access to an upright vacuum cleaner.

Cleaning the kitchen
Cleaning the kitchen is one of the most important steps in home maintenance. All of the appliances and surfaces that can result in cross-contamination should be cleaned. When cleaning the kitchen, it is recommended to use a disinfecting cleaner or sanitizer to kill any bacteria on countertops and other surfaces. You should also make sure to clean all of your drawers and cabinets with a disinfecting cleaner as well.

Taking care of your home can be a daunting task. But with this checklist, you will be able to clean your home quickly and easily in just one weekend.
Remember, tackling tasks one at a time can make the process much easier.
If you’re feeling overwhelmed, the best thing you can do is to take a deep breath and start with the top item on the list. Once you’ve finished that task, feel free to move on to the next. And by the end of the day, you’ll feel like an accomplished home-owner.

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