Deep Bathroom Cleaning Service

Deep Bathroom Cleaning Service


Deep bathroom cleaning service is a great way to ensure that your bathrooms are always clean.

We offer deep cleaning services as an add-on service for all of our customers, to complement the bathroom sanitization service that takes place on each regular visit. Performing frequent deep bathroom cleanings is a good idea to compliment your regularly scheduled White Glove Housekeeping Service.

Your First Class White Glove Housekeeping Service sanitizes your bathroom, while deep cleanings address harder-to-reach areas such as door frames, floorboards, the tops and insides of cabinets.

The deep bathroom cleaning service addresses naturally occurring buildups that, if not addressed correctly and regularly, can lead to long-term problems such as mold.

Deep bathroom cleaning service covers every possible detail, removing the grime that would otherwise prevent regular cleanings from producing a deep shine.

Deep bathroom cleaning service is often overlooked by homeowners. As you plan your long-term housekeeping strategy, consider adding a deep clean to the mix of routine tasks performed on each visit. It’s an effective way to reduce the amount of time it takes for regular visits and can go a long way in reducing any potential buildups that could lead to exactly the problems you’re trying to avoid.

Contact us today to discuss the frequency of your regular housekeeping service with bathroom sanitization and to schedule periodic bathroom deep cleaning service. You can schedule a no-obligation consultation by calling 212-231-0215 or visiting our website today.

You can rest assured that your home will be sparkling clean after we’ve finished!

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Key Features

The deep bathroom cleaning service will completely remove the dirt and show your sanitary fixtures in their best light. Contact us for more information about our offerings!

We recommend deep cleaning your bathrooms at least every three months to keep your bathroom sanitary and looking spotless.

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Recommended Frequency

We recommend regular bathroom sanitization service as part of weekly home cleaning service. This will keep your bathrooms and your entire home looking great and prevent buildup that would otherwise make periodic deep cleaning a harder, longer, and more costly task.

Our recommended frequency for deep bathroom cleaning is between one to three months depending on how many people are in the home and how many bathrooms they share.

You can discuss the optimal frequency for bathroom sanitization, regular cleaning service, and deep bathroom cleaning with our specialist during your initial, no-obligation consultation. Call 212-231-0215 or visit our website today to schedule your consultation and we will develop your personal cleaning plan together.

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Frequently Asked Questions

These are the most frequently asked questions about our Deep Bathroom Cleaning Service:

What is the fastest way to deep clean a bathroom?

It doesn’t matter if your bathroom is dirty because you haven’t had time to clean it, or if it’s been a while since the last deep cleaning session. Either way, we’re here to help!

We’re going to start out with the easiest and most efficient way for getting your bathroom clean. One of the best methods is using a store-bought bathroom cleaner such as Clorox Clean Up For The Toilet & Tub, Lysol Bathroom Disinfecting Wipes, or Pine-sol Good Mornings Fresh Scent Spray.

Choose the spot in the bathroom where you want to start and get to work, starting high and working your way down. When you finish a section, turn to the right and hit the next section. By doing this, you’re never working on a spot that’s already been cleaned.

Hit the obvious places like the countertops, sinks, and toilet sears, but don’t forget all of your hard-to-reach places like around the toilet and under the sink as well.

Once you have worked your way all around the room, it’s time to mop the floor.

When you’re mopping, be sure to scrub in between your tiles and up against the walls as this will help keep grime from being left behind on these surfaces too.

Now that you know the basics, here is the best advice we can offer you:


A First Class housekeeper will do a better job in half the time, and you can go out, do some work, watch a terrible movie or spend time with family and friends. Call us today or visit our website to set up a no-obligation consultation where we will discuss bathroom sanitization, deep bathroom service, and recommended a frequency for each.

How do I deep clean my bathroom?

You may be thinking, “I’m too busy to deep clean my bathroom” or “there’s only one bathroom in my apartment.”

But don’t worry, we’ll show you how to deep clean your bathroom quickly and easily without spending any time at all scrubbing hard with chemicals – just follow these simple steps:

(TLDR: Skip to the bottom for the ultimate shortcut)

  1. Give yourself about an hour or two -don’t cut it short. To do it right you need time.
  2. Prepare a cleaning kit with all the necessary items: bucket, broom or vacuum cleaner, towel, soap, and disinfectant. An old toothbrush can also come in handy if you have soap scum buildup.
  3. Make sure you have a large container of some sort to place dirty items and towels in.
  4. Start by deep cleaning your sink first – scrub it clean of any toothpaste residue or hair that may be stuck to the faucet.
  5. Then take a damp cloth and wipe down the mirror and the countertop
  6. Next, do your toilet: use a rag to wipe down the seat (don’t forget underneath it), the flush handle, ring around the bowl – be sure to clean every nook and cranny. Afterward, spray disinfectant all of the toilet surface as well as any other surfaces nearby that you feel may need it
  7. Finally, do your bathtub or shower. First, spray everything down with a disinfectant cleaner and then use a sponge to clean the walls of soap scum (if any). For any buildup that you have problems with, try the toothbrush or a scouring pad – don’t forget behind the curtain/shower door!
  8. Use a rag or mop for the floor and grab that toothbrush you used on your sink and bathtub tiles
  9. Now all that’s left is for you to wipe down your mirror and counter with a disinfectant cleaner
  10. Finally, spray everything one last time!
  11. When all is said and done, put away or discard any cleaning supplies used and take some deep breaths because you just accomplished something that a professional could have done much better in half the time.


Next time, consider hiring a professional cleaning company like First Class Cleaning to take care of sanitizing your bathroom regularly and doing your deep bathroom cleaning periodically so that you don’t have to. Call us today or visit our website to set up a no-obligation consultation and we can discuss your needs and develop a personal cleaning plan for you.

How often does the average person deep clean their bathroom?

One of the most common questions people ask themselves is “How often does the average person deep clean their bathroom?”

This question is a little more difficult to answer than you might think.

The truth is that there isn’t one clear-cut answer to this question because it really depends on how well your household follows basic bathroom cleaning guidelines such as regular sanitization and deep cleaning.

In general, the frequency with which somebody should deep clean their bathroom varies depending on what they do in there – for example, if someone has kids or pets in the home, then they’ll need to be extra vigilant about keeping things spick and span.

But even if you don’t have either of these two types of housemates, you still need to be vigilant about regular sanitization and deep cleaning because these are the best ways of keeping your bathroom free from anything that might trigger a health problem.

And then there is the way that your bathrooms look. Over time, soap scum and mildew can build up on surfaces making your house feel icky and dirty but regular sanitization and deep cleaning can prevent that.

If you choose to contact us today or visit our website we can discuss your specific needs and develop a personal cleaning plan for you that includes regular sanitization and periodic deep cleaning as part of a no-obligation consultation for First Class to provide you with premium housekeeping service for your entire home.

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