The female app users can be register as Hoper Lady at any time, Hoper Rush will provide the training program to the hoper lady with all the recommendations that she need to achieve her works professionally and to get better performance rate from her client. Our Training program had been designed by professional cleaners to achieve the work precisely and in perfect timing.  Hoper Rush is supporting the hoper ladies team and achieve valuate their work periodically.

Steps to Achieve Super Cleaning Award Star

House Cleaning

  • Start by cleaning the dirty dishes using the dishwasher (To get a good result always use the correct detergent type and amount as indicated on the dishwasher detergent dispenser), or using the kitchen sink (Hand wash using dishwashing scrub/sponge and dishwashing detergent)
  • After cleaning the dishes, start cleaning the kitchen sinks using scrub sponge and the spray bottle of Multi-Surface Cleaner.
  • Then you can start cleaning the stove. If the stove was recently in use, wait until the cooktop cools down. Then use a damp sponge to wipe off any cooking spills. Add a small amount of cooktop cleaner or bleach kitchen cleaner over the stove cooktop and rub the top with paper towel until the surface is clean. Use a dry cloth to wipe off the cleaner from the cooktop surface. Wipe off the rest of the stove by spraying a small amount of kitchen cleaner and wiping off using dry cloth. Clean the stove vent hood using the kitchen cleaner and dry cloth.
  • Clean the dishwasher and the fridge using the spray bottle of multi-surface cleaner and wipe off using dry cloth.
  • Clean the microwave inside out using multi-surface cleaner and dry cloth.
  • Remove the kitchen appliances from the countertop and clean the countertop using the multi-surface cleaner and wipe off using dry cloth.
  • Rearrange the countertop appliances.
  • Clear the area. Remove tables, chairs, rugs and other obstacles from on the floor. It could turn in to a safety hazard as well.
  • Sweep/Vacuum the floor first. It may seem redundant to pre-clean something you're about to clean with a mop, but mops generally do a terrible job of picking up crumbs, dust, hair, and other solid debris. If you mop an un-swept floor, you'll just end up pushing this stuff around. Moreover, dust and dirt can leave scratches on the floor if not removed first.
  • Place the cleaner of your choice into the bucket and fill with enough warm water to cover the head of the mop completely. Leave enough of the bucket empty to allow yourself to add the mop and to keep the wringer up out of the water, if it is built into the bucket. An alternate method bypasses use of a bucket by using a wringer that attaches to your sink and you rinse your mop under running water instead of the water in a bucket. In this case make your choice of any cleaners directly to the mop or the floor.
  • Use the cleaner according to the instructions on the package or bottle. Usually, that means just enough to make it suds up a bit. Don't use more than you need. It will not add much benefit and it could leave a residue or damage the floor.
  • It is possible to use ordinary dish-washing detergent. Just a squirt added to the water or a few drops directly on your mop is adequate.
  • Dip the mop in the cleaning solution and let it absorb the cleaner thoroughly or hold in running water. Sometimes a stiff, dried-out mop will need to soak for a little while to loosen up.
  • Wring the excess solution out of the mop. You want it damp, not soggy. However, for really dirty floors you will get better dissolving of dried grime with a wetter condition of your mop, then come back after with a drier wrung-out mop to pick up the dissolved grimy water.
  • Start in one corner of the room. Move the mop around over the area you want cleaned with some pressure to pick up the dirt. When you have covered a small area, or when the mop looks dirty, dip and wring the mop again and move on to the next area.
  • For polyurethane hardwood floors, run the mop with the grain of the wood.
  • For textured floors, move the mop in small figure eight circles.
  • For persistent dirt, you may want to visit an area twice. The first time, leave the mop a bit wetter than usual and use it to dampen the area thoroughly. Let that sit for a few moments while you dampen the next area. The extra time gives the cleaning solution time to dissolve the soil. Then, dip the mop again and wring it out more thoroughly. Go back over the area to pick up the water and loosen any especially stubborn dirt.
  • Continue across the whole floor in this fashion.
  • Work back towards a door and avoid stepping on the areas you have just cleaned. Any fine dust clinging to the bottoms of your shoes will stick to the floor and become mud. If you do step on an area that is wet, run the mop back over it to clean up these tracks.
  • Let the mopped area dry thoroughly. Opening up doors or windows for circulation will speed the process. It's generally not necessary to dry a floor manually unless the surface shows streaks badly. Just let the air do the job.
  • Replace any furnishings you removed from the area.
  • Hang the mop up to dry out when you are finished. If you leave in the bucket, it will rot and start to smell bad. Hang it with the wet end down and hang it somewhere where a bit of water underneath won't hurt.
  • Dispose of dirty mop water in a toilet. It's a better place to put something that might have solid sediments, and you won't have any dirty sinks.
  • While not strictly necessary, it's a good idea to rinse your mop and wring it thoroughly once more before hanging it up, so that the residues of dirt and cleaners don't sit in the mop all the time.

For bathroom or washroom cleaning, you need:

  • Rubber gloves (separate gloves must be used to clean the bathrooms and washrooms).
  • All Purpose cleaner (spray bottle)
  • Toilet bowl Cleaner (goes in the bowl under the rim).
  • Paper Towel.
  • Start Remove all the items that don't belong to the bathroom, such as clothes, cups, and trash. Also move out any little side tables or movable storage cabinets so that you can clean under them. Make sure the door is open and the fan is on to ensure proper ventilation.
  • Remove the dust start from the top down. Clean cobwebs in the corners of the bathroom, and brush other dust and dirt directly onto the floor to sweep up later. A duster works great for this, but you can also use the broom.
  • Clean the toilet:
  • Spray the toilet with all purpose cleaner from the top to the bottom.
  • Use the toilet bowl cleaner and put under the toilet bowl rim.
  • Start wipe off the toilet using the paper towel and don’t forget the toilet base and use the tooth brush for the hard to reach areas.
  • Last step is to clean the toilet bowl using the toilet bowl brush.
  • Flush the Toilet.
  • Clean the walls, windows and/or ceiling. If you have mold on the ceiling start with spraying a water bleach/disinfectant solution on it and let it rest for a couple of minutes, do the same with the walls (if they are tiles) or use another cleaning product. With a sponge or a clean rag, scrub the tile surfaces you've sprayed. Rinse it carefully to avoid any stripes and dry it with a clean rag.
  • It's a good idea to wear rubber gloves while you're scrubbing, to keep your hands from drying out if you're using harsh products.
  • Clean the shower. Spray cleaning product on the shower walls, and the shower head and let it rest for a couple of minutes. Spray cleansers made especially for getting rid of soap scum work very well on tubs that haven't been cleaned in a while.
  • For hard water areas that are prone to green and rust-colored stains, a cleanser made for eliminating calcium, lime and rust is probably what you need. Never use abrasive cleaners or green abrasive scrub pads or steel wool on porcelain fixtures, as they will quickly dull the finish.
  • Soak the showerhead. If eventually the showerhead becomes quite clogged with hard water build up or soap scum, you can remove it and soak it overnight in a vinegar/water mixture, and then clean with a toothbrush.
  • Go back over the shower and scrub the walls, faucet and shower head, rinse well with the hottest water and or dry with a towel. You can shine the faucet with a paper towel or a towel.
  • Don't forget the shower curtain; it is also prone to mildew. A solution of about 2/3 water, 1/3 bleach in a spray bottle can be handy for getting rid of mildew spots. Or you can take it down and wash it in hot water with a small amount of soap and bleach.
  • Clean the sink and counter area. Scrub all the soap scum and toothpaste off with a small amount of cleaner, rinsing your sponge thoroughly as you go along. Don't forget to clean your trashcan, tissue holder and other items which regularly remain in your bathroom.  

Note: *An old toothbrush or cotton swabs can be handy for getting the junk out from between the tap and handles.

  • Be sure never to clean the sink and counter area with the same rag or paper towel you used to clean the toilet. This can spread leftover disease-causing germs to your sink and counter area. To prevent this you can use a specific rag which you use to clean only the toilet.
  • Wipe off the fronts and tops of cabinets and drawers. You'll probably want to use hot, soapy water for this purpose. If you're worried about germs on these surfaces, add a bit of bleach to your soapy water.
  • Clean the mirror. Use cleaner, rinse it and wipe the excessive water off with a towel or squeegee. To add a shine to your mirror, add bit vinegar to the water. If just cleaning with water wipe with a towel after.
  • Sweep and mop the floor as described before.
  • Remove all the things need to be wash, like floor mats, blankets dog blankets and place them in the laundry room.
  • Remove all the bellows from the couches and keep them at the other room until you finish cleaning.
  • We recommend to take some baking soda and sprinkle on the entire couches and let it set wail doing the rest of cleaning
  • Use all purpose spray with dry cloth and wipe off all the furniture like TV, Tables and chairs.
  • Use the glass cleaner spray with dry cloth to wipe off the glass and mirrors.
  • Remove everything from the dining table and wipe down the table using all purpose cleaner and dry cloth.
  • Don’t forget to clean and place everything back on the dining table.
  • Start vacuuming the couch by the hose connected to the vacuum machine, vacuum the rugs and the carpet, try to move the vacuum machine in one direction.

To clean the bedroom, you need

  • Garbage Bag
  • Dust brush
  • Dry cloth
  • All purpose cleaner and glass cleaner
  • Vacuum Machine
  • Remove everything don’t belong to the bedroom, take the dirty cloths to the laundry room, and start tie-up the bed and folding all the clean cloths
  • Remove all the dust using the dust brush specially at the corners
  • Remove the items on the tope of the tables and Wipe off all the furniture, use all purpose cleaner and dry cloth.
  • Replace the items back after wipe off each one.
  • Clean the room glass and mirrors use glass cleaner spray and dry cloth.
  • Vacuum or sweep and mop the floor all the way out.
  • Collect all the dirty cloths in to laundry room (we recommend to consult the home owner)
  • Separate the cloths into piles * light colors – cold water*, * Dark Colors – cold water * and worm water – dark colors*
  • Turn the dial to set the washing type.
  • Choose one of the piles to wash. Open the lid and distribute the clothes evenly within the machine.
  • Measure approximately one capful of laundry detergent.
    Pour detergent into the bowl of the machine under the flowing water.
  • The washing machine fills with water, scrubs, drains dirty soapy water, fills with water, rinses, drains any remaining dirty soapy water and spins the loose water out of your clothes - All by itself.
    It will beep to let you know that the washing is done.
  • Remove the cloths from the washing machine and put them in the dryer and turn the dial.
  • Fold the clean cloths and place them in the closets.
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