With your due date in the coming weeks and the excitement of the baby’s arrival, cleaning is probably one of the furthest things from your mind, but it’s important to welcome your new baby into a clean environment. Within this latest post, we’ll provide our five tips for welcoming a new baby into a clean home.
- Clean the Carpets Thoroughly
- Clean Out Kitchen Cabinets
- Shampoo Rugs and Upholstery
- Create a Space for the Baby’s Medical Records
- Organize the Nursery Closet
Carpets should be cleaned with precision when welcoming a new baby into the home. There will be moments when you’ll want to place the baby on the floor space for comfort, so it’s important that all dust and dirt is removed expertly before the due date. If you’re uncomfortable completing this task alone, ask for specialist assistance from a professional to ensure an effective and safe cleaning process.
You’ll be stocking your kitchen cabinets with baby food and other infant care products. It’s important that bacteria are removed from the space to keep your baby safe against the latest health threats. Make sure that any remnants of food are removed to protect against the intrusion of ants and other insects in the home.
There’s no getting around it – your baby will be making messes on the rugs and on your furniture around the home. That’s a part of being a parent. To ready the home for your baby’s arrival, keep rugs and upholstery at their cleanest possible level by having them professionally shampooed. This can help remove all germs from the space and keep the home smelling at its freshest levels, ready for the baby’s arrival.
In your office, you should have a space in which the baby’s care and medical records are safely kept. Remove all files from a drawer within the office space and ensure that you have a dedicated space solely for the baby’s information. This will be important, should you require the records on short notice to give to a pediatrician or another care specialist.
Your baby should be welcomed to the home with a fresh closet ready for their clothes and accessories. Make sure that older clothes that you no longer use are given to charity, and create a clothing space solely for all the onesies, diapers and other products the baby will need in their first year.
Cleaning the home ready for a baby can be exciting process for the whole family. If you need professional guidance for this process, speak with our trusted team today!