A standard cleaning session typically involves routine cleaning tasks that are performed on a regular basis to maintain a basic level of cleanliness. This may include tasks such as vacuuming or sweeping floors, wiping down surfaces, cleaning bathrooms, and taking out the trash.
In contrast, a deep cleaning session is a more intensive cleaning process that is designed to thoroughly clean areas that are not typically cleaned during a standard cleaning session. This may include cleaning inside appliances, such as ovens and refrigerators, scrubbing tile grout, cleaning light fixtures and ceiling fans, and deep cleaning carpets and upholstery.
A deep cleaning session may be necessary if a home or office has not been cleaned in a while or if there are specific areas that require extra attention. It can also be helpful for people who suffer from allergies or respiratory issues, as deep cleaning can remove dust, pollen, and other allergens that may be present in the environment.