Barajas Housecleaning Service

Barajas' Housecleaning team provides weekly, bi-weekly or monthly cleaning services for residential and commercial sites in San Jose & surrounding areas.


Barajas Housecleaning Service

San Jose , CA
United States
Contact Phone
P: (408) 823-5303
Website

Opening time

  • Mondays: 08:00- 16:00
  • Tuesdays: 08:00- 16:00
  • Wednesdays: 08:00- 16:00
  • Thursdays: 08:00- 16:00
  • Fridays: 08:00- 16:00

Reviews for Barajas House Cleaning Service

Thomas B.

I hired Rosario to clean our home after I have to fire our current housecleaning service. She showed up yesterday for the first cleaning and our home has... Read more

Michelle C.

Rosario and her team do a great job. We have been with them for over two years now. She works around our schedule, is so nice, customer service is off the... Read more

Alma P.

This was the only cleaning service in San Jose (out of literally 15 that I called), that after I called, was cleaning our house the very next day! a+ for... Read more

Company Rating

31 FB users likes Barajas Housecleaning Service, set it to 16 position in Likes Rating for San Jose, California in Business services category

Cleaning the Bathroom — 15 Minutes 1. Clear the counters, shelves and back of the toilet of any excess cosmetics, curling irons, hairbrushes etc. Stash it all under the sink or in a drawer. 2. Pick up any dirty clothes and throw them in the hamper. Take any other misplaced item and put it in one of your stash bags. 3. Squirt toilet bowl cleaner in the bowl and let it soak while you clean. 4. Spray down sink and counter with disinfecting spray. Use paper towels to wipe down counters. Scrub sink with a sponge and rinse. Then spray faucet and stopper and wipe down with a paper towel. 5. Spray a vinegar solution on mirrors and wipe clean. 6. Scrub the toilet with a brush and flush. Use disinfecting wipes to wipe down the seat and to go over the outside of the toilet. 7. Shake out the bathroom rug so it looks fresh. Hang some fresh towels. Close the shower curtain or door and empty the bathroom trash into a garbage sack.

Published on 2015-02-16 19:06:38 GMT

Cleaning tip: In The Kitchen Circle Your Way Around: Always begin on the right side of your stove, then move clockwise around the room. The stove is typically the dirtiest part of the kitchen, so ending with it keeps you from spreading dirt and grease. (First, soak drip pans and knobs in warm soapy water. By the time you’ve worked your way around, they’ll be easier to clean.)

Published on 2014-09-26 19:31:41 GMT

Cleaning the Bathroom — 15 Minutes 1. Clear the counters, shelves and back of the toilet of any excess cosmetics, curling irons, hairbrushes etc. Stash it all under the sink or in a drawer. 2. Pick up any dirty clothes and throw them in the hamper. Take any other misplaced item and put it in one of your stash bags. 3. Squirt toilet bowl cleaner in the bowl and let it soak while you clean. 4. Spray down sink and counter with disinfecting spray. Use paper towels to wipe down counters. Scrub sink with a sponge and rinse. Then spray faucet and stopper and wipe down with a paper towel. 5. Spray a vinegar solution on mirrors and wipe clean. 6. Scrub the toilet with a brush and flush. Use disinfecting wipes to wipe down the seat and to go over the outside of the toilet. 7. Shake out the bathroom rug so it looks fresh. Hang some fresh towels. Close the shower curtain or door and empty the bathroom trash into a garbage sack.

Published on 2014-04-29 18:19:10 GMT

Cleaning tip: First Things First—Determine the Finish Before you grab a bucket of water and a mop, it's best to find out how your hardwood floor is sealed—if at all. Why? The finish, not the wood type, determines how you clean and care for the floor. Surface-sealed floors: Most new wood floors are sealed with urethane, polyurethane or polyacrylic. Surface-sealed floors are stain and water-damage resistant and easiest to care for and clean: Sweep, mop and you're done! Penetrating-seal-treated and oil-treated floors: Also common, a penetrating seal or oil finish soaks into the wood grain and hardens. This type of floor must be pampered and protected with liquid or paste wax. Lacquered, varnished, shellacked and untreated floors: Although technically surface finishes, lacquers, varnishes and shellacs are not as resistant to moisture, spills and wear as the other sealants mentioned. Treat floors with these finishes and floors with no finish as you would penetrating-seal-treated and oil-treated floors. Not sure what kind of finish you have? To tell the difference in a pinch, just rub your finger across the floor. If no smudge appears, the floor is surface sealed. If you do create a smudge, the floor has been treated with a penetrating seal, oil finish, shellac, varnish or lacquer, and then waxed.

Published on 2014-04-15 20:24:32 GMT

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