Spray on both the inside and the outside and wipe with a clean cloth.
Scrub in a circular motion from the top to the drain with a cloth and cleaner.
Use an old toothbrush to remove any mold lurking in the edges of the drain or taps. Rinse the area.
Soak in a sink filled with water and a little dishwashing liquid.
Scrub off food particles with an old toothbrush. Dry with a clean cloth.
Cabinets and Drawers
Empty, then vacuum with a brush attachment.
Wipe shelves with a cloth dampened with water and liquid soap.
Clean the countertops with a damp/microfiber cloth (depending of material – Seal natural stones regurarely).
Wet it with water and mild cleaner, and wipe the countertops using a circular motion. Then mist with water and wipe down with a clean cloth. Wash the tile backsplash using the same method.
Wipe down the outside with a cloth dampened with water and dish soap.
Move the refrigerator and vacuum behind and underneath it.
Store the frozen items in coolers. Refrigerated, perishable foods generally won’t spoil during the cleaning process if left at room temperature for under 2 hours.
Clean crispers and ice-maker bins.
Place in warm water with liquid soap and scrub. Empty ice maker (ice can absorb odors).
Clean doors, shelves and walls.
Vacuum food crumbs. Wipe with warm water.
Clean with a damp cloth.
Moisten it with water and liquid soap.
Clean surface as directed (depending on material)
Clean the inside as directed.
When finished, wipe down the door and handles.
Sweep, working from the walls to the middle of the room.
To clean corners, blow out the dust with a hair dryer, then sweep up, or vacuum using a crevice attachment. Then mop in small sections, dipping the mop in a pail of clean water and detergent and squeezing out excess liquid in between each section.