ALSO SERVING ST. PAUL AND SURROUNDING COMMUNITIES
Kitchens are the heart of the home. Not only do we prepare meals there, but we go there frequently for the comfort of a snack and often gather there for conversation. So it’s one of the most important rooms to be cleaned.
Kitchens are also probably the most complicated places to clean. For one thing, they often contain baked on, burnt on, and dried on gunk that can be hard to get up. Years of experience plus relevant training have given me the skills and knowledge to cut through this grime effectively and efficiently to make your kitchen clean and comfy again.
Kitchens are also complicated because they contain many different kinds of surfaces that need cleaning. To be cleaned properly, it’s important to pay attention to the materials that make up a kitchen’s surfaces. A brushed steel stovetop is cleaned differently than an enamel stovetop. Marble countertops react to chemicals differently than granite ones. I make sure that the products and methods I use are appropriate to your kitchen’s materials.
As with bathrooms, I follow hygienic protocols in cleaning kitchens. I use gloves specifically for the kitchen, use cloths that are good at holding the microbes they pick up, and pay attention the main touch points (like light switches, fridge handles, the most used drawer handles, and doorknobs) to leave your kitchen well sanitized.
And I’m sure to get those out of the way places like under the fronts of lower cabinets, behind appliances on counters, those sticky finger marks around cabinet handles, and dust and cobwebs in the corners. I also remove everything from the floor before I vacuum and mop.
Sometimes you need extra projects done like cleaning the fridge, oven or inside cabinets. I’m also able to help with all of these less frequent tasks.
Cleaning for myself, I take pride in the work my company provides. I’m dedicated to doing what it takes to make your kitchen sparkle.