Start with your cupboards with a solution of warm water, baking soda and vinegar. Wipe out the shelves and the outside of the cupboard. Then do your counter tops. After that do your floor with a mix of warm water, dish liquid and baking soda. If you need to do your stove, do it before you wash the floor. If it is a glass top use something like Weimans Stove Top cleaner or Cerama Bryte, (this one does an excellent job). For the oven, use warm water, baking soda and dish liquid. Wipe it down with a mix of warm water and vinegar to remove any residue.
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Hi Neida: I use cleaning vinegar (I know! I never knew this existed either!). I get it at the dollar store. It works really well on all surfaces. If you're thinking of doing a deep cleaning, Start with the cupboards. Maybe one or 2 at a time. No rush, they're not going anywhere! Take everything out and wash and sort it. Do you use it? Need it? Can you donate it? Then wash the shelving and put the stuff you want back. Put the other stuff into a box for donations to a thrift store. After the cupboards are done, then tackle the stove. A paste of cream of tartar (the dry stuff) and vinegar will clean any cooked on gunk, even vertical surfaces, it has no smell and is non-caustic. Also, the bottom panel of the stove should come out easily for cleaning. Then, clean the fronts of the stove and cupboards and wax the cupboards. Clean the counter and don't put any clutter, i.e., papers, toys, junk, on it. Wax the counter, too, and vacuum and you should be done. Wash any windows you have, too, and clean the sills and rails. Good luck, you can do this, just take your time and don't get frustrated.