For those who are planning a special event for Father’s Day, or maybe thinking about the best gift for dad, a good home cleaning is essential to remain calm and safe during the current pandemic in the Toronto area. Whether you’re inviting a couple of relatives or throw a small celebration for the household family, follow the preventive measures of the following house cleaning checklist to remain out of risk. 


Doorknobs are one of the first things we touch before entering the home. Whether you invite someone to your home or you and your dad are just staying inside for Father’s Day, it’s a good idea to disinfect the most-touched surfaces.


Sure you wash your hands, but how about disinfecting your faucets? Every time you open the tap, you grab a potentially germ-covered surface. Protect your dad’s health by disinfecting this often overlooked part in the bathroom.

Light switches

While you’re giving a good disinfectant wipe to your faucets and doorknobs, don’t forget to reach those light switches, another frequently touched surface.

Keyboards and mouses

Computing much? Wipe those daily-use electronic devices and eliminate any germ or viruses stuck on the buttons. Have strict precautions if other persons are using the computer. That way, your dad will safely home office or put some upbeat music on his Father’s Day party.

Counter and dinner tables

Of course, the place where you eat or put stuff has to be adequately disinfected. Many people are buying their dads a gift by delivery or buying more groceries for a big Father’s Day dinner. Remember to clean your stuff and also the tables after you put everything in its place.


The more people live at home or will be at the Father’s Day celebration, the more important this task becomes. Disinfect the arms, seats, and chair back as a priority.

Easy to reach furniture

This point is mainly for families with small children. That piece of furniture where you put all the family photos, for example, is often overlooked but can be an excellent spot for kids to touch everything. Dust and wipe that furniture and protect your people from germs.


Give the premium treatment to your sinks; after all, that’s the place where everyone washes their hands after returning from work or the groceries. Spray your favorite disinfectant, wipe it clean, and you’ll be good.

Outside of cabinets

The kitchen cabinets need to be thoroughly disinfected if you’re planing a tasty dinner—and also shinny and clean for everyone to see. 


Your shoes touch the floor every day, caring dust, dirt, and germs with them. Vacuum all your carpets and rugs, especially those rugs that are on the entryway. If you have hard floors, mop them with a scented disinfectant for a fragrant result. Also, it doesn’t hurt to avoid eating anything that falls on the floor.

Video games and remote controls

Celebrating Father’s Day could mean a movie night, and evening with board games, or just quick sessions of videogames in the living room. Disinfect all the controls to ensure everyone is touching a clean surface.

We hope this house cleaning list was useful for you. However, if you want a professional and above average cleaning, contact NeatBee. We are following strict protocols to ensure our clients’ health, and we are also providing disinfecting services that cover everything in this checklist. Book your service on our website.