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Tips for cleaning walls:

For cleaning interior walls we would need Wall cleaner that you can make it at home by using:

1/2 c. ammonia,wall cleaning

1/4 c. white vinegar,

1/4 c. baking soda to 1 gal. warm water

 For textured walls use nylon socks instead of sponge to avoid leaving material behind. You can tie a dust cloth over your mop or broom and work from the top down, to dust walls. If you have naughty kids, who have filled non-washable papers with pencil marks and drawings with other non-greasy spots, use an art-gum eraser t remove that. You can also remove remove greasy spots or crayon by applying a paste of cleaning fluid and fuller’s earth and cornstarch. Let the wall dry and brush off residue. Repeat the treatment until the spot is gone.

For more information contact me by phone508-740-2169 or e-mail ahousecleaning@hotmail.com

Find Quality Cleaning Maids with The Ana’s Cleaning Services

Our many years of providing consistent house cleaning, quality maid service to satisfied customers has showed that a team of two cleaning maids is the best team to ensure deep cleaning and quality service for you family and your home needs.

We at Ana’s Cleaning Service Company are proud of our professional team. Our team members will thoroughly clean your home, while still providing you with the special personal touches you would expect from someone you know and trust.

More about Us

Our cleaning process is simple. As a owner operated we delegate share our team members has a special house cleaning job, or function, to perform each time he or she visits your home: bathroom cleaning, kitchen cleaning, dusting or vacuuming.

This is why 99% of our clients would recommend Ana’s Cleaning Services to their family and friends.

Contact us for more information about hiring one of our teams of Ana’s Cleaning Services.

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Your family may not be the only ones enjoying the sofa. The soft, comfortable places where families relax and play at home can harbor millions of bacteria. For example, Staphylococcus bacteria can live on soft surfaces for 24 hours.

Bacteria living within a biofilm need to excrete the sticky goo that holds the biofilm together, which is problematic because synthesising and secreting goo takes up a lot of energy. So within this colony, there will be 'cheaters' - those bacteria that live in the surrounding goo produced by others, while making none themselves.Bacteria living within a biofilm need to excrete the sticky goo that holds the biofilm together, which is problematic because synthesising and secreting goo takes up a lot of energy. So within this colony, there will be ‘cheaters’ – those bacteria that live in the surrounding goo produced by others, while making none themselves.

“Bacteria can be found just about everywhere around the home – on both hard and soft surfaces alike,” says pediatrician Dr. Laura Jana. “While many families take aim at bacteria on hard surfaces such as kitchen and bathroom countertops, soft surfaces tend to fly under the radar during cleaning routines.”

Some commonly overlooked household soft surfaces include:

•Sofas – Since kids spend a significant amount of time playing, sleeping and eating on the sofa, bacteria tends to accumulate on this piece of furniture. However, a recent survey from the Hygiene Council found that the majority (61 percent) of Americans sanitized their sofa only a few times, if at all, since it was purchased. •Mattresses – Families commonly think that washing their sheets is enough to keep their beds clean. However, people shed bacteria-harboring skin cells onto their mattress each night when they sleep, which becomes especially problematic when someone is sick. This provides food for microbes and dust mites. •Pillows – Any surface where people rest their heads is bound to be filled with bacteria, especially surfaces that are consistently used, such as pillows. The mouth, nose and ears are vulnerable orifices that rub against pillows and pick up bacteria left behind by previous users. •Fabric Shoes – Shoes are in constant contact with the ground, which is known to be one of the dirtiest surfaces, but it’s not just the sole of the shoe that collects grime. The fabric surface on shoes also harbors bacteria that is easily transferred when tying your laces or slipping on your heel. •Car Seats – While their purpose is to offer protection on the road, bacteria lurk in the fabric covering of car seats. They often catch crumbs and absorb spills that can accumulate over time.

What You Can Do •Clean your soft furnishings and surfaces regularly to remove germs and microbial food sources. •Consider a steam vapor sanitation device to kill germs without the use of harmful chemicals. Some units have been shown to be very effective at killing pathogens as well as dust mites in fabrics. •UV-C or ultraviolet light has demonstrated effectiveness against microbes on carpets and hard surfaces alike. Some vacuum cleaners offer a UV-C light mounted on the bottom of the vacuum to help control bacterial growth.

•Sanitizing sprays can be very effective at killing bacteria and viruses on soft surfaces.

For more information on proper disinfection and sanitizing routines, families can visit the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention at www.cdc.gov.

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Here is our Ana’s Cleaning Service Weekly Cleaning Checklist.

After the initial service done, we will routinely complete the  following cleaning checklist week after week.  Our Weekly & Every Other Week schedule clients enjoy fixed rates that reflect that they are living in a well organized home.

Here is the our Weekly Cleaning Checklist for the KITCHEN:

  • Remove Cobwebs
  • Spot cleaning on cabinets and drawers faces
  • Clean Appliances (toaster, coffee maker, microwaves, fridge door)
  • Clean & disinfect countertops
  • Clean stove top 
  • Clean oven
  • Wipe dishwasher door
  • Empty, clean & sanitize trash can
  • Clean Kitchen table
  • Dust baseboards
  • Vacuum and Mop all floors

Bathroom Weekly Cleaning Check list for  BATHROOMS:

  • Dust Light Fixtures
  • Remove Cobwebs
  • Spot wash cabinets doors and drawer daces
  • Desinfect Shower,  bath-tub and tiles
  • Scrubb vanity sinks and all countertops
  • Dust all bathroom fixtures
  • Clean Mirrors
  • Shower Glass Cleaned (becarefully we will leave it close)
  • Toilet Scrubbed
  • Remove trash lines, Clean trash Can
  • Baseboards and floor tiles hand washed
  • Hand washing floor behind

Here is our Weekly Cleaning Checklist for your BEDROOMS:

  • Dusting fan blades
  • Remove cobwebs
  • Dust window sills
  • Dust wall frames
  • Clean and dust mirrors
  • Furniture dusting
  • Bed linens changing
  • Remove Trash Reline Trash Can
  • Dust exposed baseboards
  • Vacuum all floors

Here is our Weekly Cleaning Checklist for your Common Living Areas:

  • Dust any fan blades
  • Remove Cobwebs
  • Dust Window Sills
  • Dust wall frames
  • Dust all Furnitures
  • Vacuum upholstered chair, sofas and couch
  • Dust baseboards
  • Dust banisters and chair rails
  • Vacuum Steps
  • Vacuum and Mopping all floors

Our Work

As a team of 02 people, we are able to do all the cleaning service tasks* at same cleaning time.  Apartments and small houses cleaning are done in one hour and half and we stay longer as needs.  Price for small houses and apartments starts at $65.00 per weekly cleaning  and goes up to $350.00 to do floor to ceiling deep cleaning .

Insurance

We carry the necessary insurances to cover any type of loss: if something is broken or damaged it will be replaced immediately. If you need to change your cleaning day or time due a Holiday Party or other Party, we will do our best to accommodate you.

If you need something done that does not fall within the realm of housecleaning, we can help you with that too. We are all about servicing you and making your life easier, after all that is what we are here for.

How to Contact us

We can always be reached via E-mail or Telephone, so communication is never an issue.

All calls and E-mails are returned within 24 hours.

We are looking forward to work with you.

Ana Silva.

How to clean Ceramic tile floors
We sweep and mop on a regular basis and they stay clean and shiny. Mop floors with clear water or just a dash of liquid dish soap.  We change the water when it gets cloudy. Too much soap or dirty water will make floors dull or sticky. We don’t use scrub pads on ceramic tile floors or you might scratch them.  Our professional cleaners wash most floors by hand, cleaning and drying a small area at a time.
How to clean Grout
Grout cleaning is a special order an we must come back another day to provide this special request. Old grout may need cleaning with a wax stripper or heavy-duty cleaner plus a grout brush. Sometimes we use a bleaching cleanser on tough spots.  Once the grout is as clean as you can get it, rinse it well.  When it’s thoroughly dry, apply a coat of masonry sealer so that it doesn’t absorb dirt in the future.

Mildewed grout in tubs or showers, we may use a grout brush with a 1 / 5 solution of chlorine bleach and water. We never use bleach in combination with any ammonia-based product and be sure the area is well-ventilated. When we’ve finished cleaning, rinse the area well to remove all traces of bleach.

We cleaning colored grout with a heavy-duty cleaner and a grout brush, but don’t use bleach because this may remove the color from the grout. Be sure never to use a bleaching solution on colored grout. A masonry sealer can be applied to clean, colored grout to ward off future stains.

The aditional charge for this special cleaning task may go from $100.00 up to $600.00 on large room. The price vary how big is the room.

Visit us at www.anacleaningservice.com for more details.

Daily Cleaning Schedule

Daily cleaning chores are the absolute minimum that must be done on a daily basis to keep a home clean. Depending on the type of household you live in, some of these chores may even need to be done more than once during a day.

Weekly Cleaning Schedule

Although most of these chores don’t require daily work, they are still some of the most important tasks that need to be done in our homes. Some items may need to be completed more often. Scheduling these chores in addition to your daily chores will help you maintain order and cleanliness in your home.

Monthly Cleaning  Schedule

Monthly cleaning chores are my favorite weekend chores. These are areas of your home that can afford to be neglected during your daily and weekly cleaning sessions, but ultimately a good thorough monthly cleaning is needed.

Seasonal Cleaning Schedule

Although seasonal cleaning chores are important, they are usually the most forgotten parts of home maintenance. Our attention is only needed in these areas two to three times a year, but it is vital to maintaining and cleaning our homes.

The biweekly cleaning’s  schedule tasks are:

– Dusting all the furnitures;

– Vacuuming under furniture;

– Mopping all hard floors;

– Desinfecting and washing the toilets;

– Changing bed’s sheets;

– Cleaning blinds;

– Empty garbages,

– Take out cob web,

– Wash baseboards.

feedback

We welcome your feedback and comments about our hard work. Please share here your comments.

As a mother of two kids I know exactly how hard is to keep a tidy house*, taking care the kids, cooking and some times moms do not have time for a deep house cleaning.

So, that’s why I am doing so well in this business and all my customers are so happy because we understand all the housecleaning needs. Please share here your comments.

For others inquire please contact us by e-mail or phone.



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Customer's Comments:
"You are wonderful, we like you a lot and want to work with you two days per week."
Thanks,
Steve Hauck, Dover, MA.
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Everything looked wonderful, always!
Thank you all so much — you’re a godsend.

Maggie, Holliston, MA.
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The cleaners who came last week were wonderful. They were extremely professional cleaners and did a great job. Things were crazy here since we had just returned from the hospital after my husband injured himself. They were very patient with our crazy situation. It has been a complicated couple of weeks.

Thanks,
Muldoon, Natick, MA
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I wanted to write again, this time to say THANKS! The house was cleaned yesterday and it looks fantastic!

Jackman, Norton MA.
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Ana have been working for me several years. I have had people clean my home for over 30 years and they are the best.
Susan Setta, Natick, MA
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She and her assistant did a very thorough job on my mother-in-law’s home (which had not had a deep cleaning in probably years). They were very friendly and professional. They moved everything to clean and then put everything back.
Wonderful – highly recommend.

Sharon K. Shewsbury, MA.
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Anna and her helper are both very pleasant and thorough. Anna understood exactly what I wanted done and urged me to check everything out when she was done. She speaks English and brings all her own materials.

Elaine, Belmont, MA.
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"If you need something done that does not fall within the realm of housecleaning, we can help you with that too. We are all about servicing you and making your life easier, after all that is what we are here for."

Ana Silva.
(508) 740-2169
Ana's Cleaning Services, Framingham MA

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