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What do ceiling cleaning services include?
Ceiling cleaning services include all the needed tasks to clean your home's ceilings. This consists of the ceilings in common rooms like bedrooms, bathrooms, living rooms, the kitchen and the study or conservatory. This service can include cleaning the ceiling fan, cleaning ceiling tiles, and cleaning the mouldings. Additionally, cleaners can remove stubborn dirt, mould and cobwebs, and finally, stubborn nicotine stains.
Cleaning the ceiling fan
If you have a ceiling with a ceiling fan, your hired cleaning expert can clean it without need for disassembly. With the ceiling fan turned off, your hired cleaning specialist can use an extendable ceiling fan duster or a ceiling fan cleaning machine for each fan blade. Your specialist may use a high enough stepladder and a damp rag to clean the fan and all its external parts as well.
They may also use a can of compressed air to get dust and dirt off the ceiling fan's motor housing and other unreachable parts. Should your ceiling fan have additional features like a built-in lamp, your specialist can clean this too. Some specialists may offer to change the bulb if necessary.
Cleaning the mouldings
Before using a cleaning solution, your specialist can dust the mouldings with a broom or vacuum cleaner with a soft brush attachment. Then concoct a special all-purpose cleaning solution made from ammonia or bleach. Next, a spray bottle is used to apply it on each of the mouldings, allowed to stand for a couple of minutes then sprayed with water. To prevent water spots, your specialist can spray on rubbing alcohol and wipe off the area.
Cleaning ceiling tiles
If your ceiling tiles have dust, grime or stains, your cleaning specialist can remove these with a cleaning solution. They can first wipe each of the ceiling tiles with a lint-free cloth to remove dust. They then use store-bought cleaners or make their own with water and ammonia or bleach.
Your specialist sprays on the cleaner and can let it sit for a while before wiping it off for best stain-removing results. Your specialist repeats this process to remove more stubborn stains until the tiles look new again.
Removing spiderwebs, cobwebs and mould
Spiderwebs, cobwebs and mould are not only unsightly but can trigger allergies. Your cleaning specialist can remove these from most ceilings, including bathroom ceilings. They may use a vacuum with a long attachment or an extendable broom for spiderwebs and cobwebs, taking care that these don't fall on your furniture after removal. As for mould, they spray on a strong cleaning solution, leave it on for a few minutes then scrub it off.
Removing stubborn stains
Nicotine and water stains are the most common stains on ceilings. Not to worry - your specialist can remove water stains and nicotine stains with a bleach or vinegar solution in a spray bottle. They spray the solution directly on the stain then wipe off with a sponge. The process is repeated until they're gone.
Recent Ceiling Cleaning tasks in Perth
Bathroom ceiling cleaning
Wembley WA, Australia
22nd Sep 2019
I need to clean my bathroom ceiling, it’s a bit mouldy. It’s probably 2.5 x 1 m ish.