Laundry can pile up quickly.  Especially if you are on the go all the time.  And of course, it is time consuming.  Washing, drying, folding, hanging.  It can take an awful long time.

We offer laundry service as an add on with any of our cleaning services.  We will wash, dry and fold/hang your clothes or linens while we are there doing our regular cleaning.  We add on laundry services by the load, so you know how much laundry we will be doing while we are there.

This is an excellent service for busy, on the go parents and businessmen and women as well as the elderly or disabled.  It is just another way we can lend a helping hand.  When you call 561-470-9200 to schedule your appointment ask about adding Laundry service to your cleaning.  You can also book it yourself by going to Extras in our website booking form.

Everyone moves at some point.  Most people who rent have deposits they would like to get back that are dependent on how the property looks after they have left.  Often after you have moved all your furniture and belongings out of a property you can see there is a lot more cleaning to be done than originally thought.  You can now see all the nooks and crannies that you could not see before.  There can be a lot of work involved in a move out clean.

If you are moving into a property, you have high expectations of a sparkly clean place to call your new home.  Old dirt is different than “new” dirt.  Most people like to have the home cleaned before they move in so it is fresh and new to them.  This can be a daunting task when you are in the process of packing and moving from one place to another.   

When you are moving you have a lot to do and think about.  Let Classmaids LLC do the hard work of making the property clean so you can either get your deposit back or you are confident you are moving into a clean home after the last tenants.  Contact us now at (561) 470-9200 or online at to schedule your move in or move out clean.

Monday, 07 October 2019

Post Renovation Cleaning

One of the greatest ways to add value to your home is renovating and updating old spaces. As wonderful as that can be however, it sure does leave a mess after the fact. The biggest issues most people face after a renovation of an office or home is dust.

Dust is not only bad for your lungs, but it is extremely difficult to clean up after a renovation. Make sure to clean light fixtures and walls with a damp cloth to grab the dust. Using a dry cloth or duster will just move dust around instead of removing it.

On all the floors vacuum carpeted areas and sweep and mop all hard surfaces. Use a damp cloth to go over hard furniture like tables and use the soft brush attachment on your vacuum for sofas and recliners.

The clean up after renovation can be overwhelming. By hiring Classmaids LLC, you no longer will have to worry about cleaning up after the construction takes place! Book your cleaning by going to our website at or by calling us at (561) 470-9200.

Monday, 30 September 2019

Deep Clean vs. Maintenance Clean

One of the most common questions we receive is what is the difference between a deep clean and a maintenance clean? The “deep clean” or first time clean always consists of a little more work.  When we come to a home for the first time, we like to get it up to a maintenance standard.  Once it is up to that standard, we can offer our customers a recurring discount.

First time and deep cleans really get every nook and cranny.  We dust and mop or vacuum, pay extra attention to any mildew build up or grease stains in the kitchen and bathroom, and really make your place shine.

Our techs spend extra time on the first or deep clean to make sure that the home is in tip top shape.  By hiring Classmaids LLC, and letting us tackle the first deep clean you can assure your home is clean and sanitary.  Book your cleaning by going to our website at or by calling us at (561) 470-9200.

Are you curious about the benefits of a professional cleaning service?  If so, you are not alone.  A lot of people wonder what the benefits are and why they would spend their money having a professional come into their home.  In this blog, we will explain the benefits and why it is so important and cost effective. 


One of the biggest reasons people hire a professional is attention to detail.  Cleaning is their job so our techs are more in tune to what needs done with special training.  They will see things that others may not.  Our techs have above par attention to detail and have the time to focus on it. 


This brings us to our next point.  Hiring a professional cleaning service saves you time.  Time is not something most of us have a lot of these days so when you can save several hours a month cleaning your home that is money well spent.  Our techs not only have the skill to clean with detail but have the time to do so.  Unlike trying to juggle the kids and work our techs are free to focus on your home.


These are the top reasons it is a great idea to hire a professional cleaning service.  Classmaids will be happy to handle the attention to detail for you and save you time.  Book online at or call us at (561) 470-9200 and we will be happy to help. 

Monday, 16 September 2019

Garage Clean Up Tips

Heading into fall is the perfect time to clean and organize the garage.  We’ve put together a step-by-step guide to help you tackle this huge job.  


  • Start by taking everything out.  Once the area is free of everything you can clean the garage itself. This will give you a clean area to bring your things back into and is a great starting point. 

  • When everything is out of the garage, separate into piles of keep, throw away and sell. In The Life Changing Magic or Tidying Up, the author Marie Kondo gives great advice about getting rid of things.  She said, “If an object isn’t brining you joy, then get rid of it.” 

  • Step three is to start cleaning. Start from the top and work your way down.  Give the walls and windows a good soaking with a sponge. Use towels (cloth or paper) to wipe everything dry. You should have a proper mess on the floor by this point.  Starting from the back, use a broom to sweep every bit of debris toward the front and out the door. 


  • Time to start organizing. The idea is to make things that you use on a regular basis easy to find and more accessible.  Shelving and storage space make organizing much easier, so we recommend having some installed.  Ceiling hooks are great as well for storing bikes, camping gear or other equipment not often used.

  • Long term items should be stored first such as keepsakes, documents, old clothing or anything that you do not need in the foreseeable future.

  • Seasonal items are next. Lawn care equipment, holiday decorations, and Halloween costumes.  Things that come out on a somewhat annual basis that need to be accessible but not for everyday use. 

  • And lastly are items that are used monthly or even daily. These often consist of large trash cans, tools, automobile accessories and supplies.  You will want all of this within easy reach when you need it. 

These steps will simplify the process; however, decluttering and cleaning a garage is a big task that takes a lot of time and hard work.  A professional cleaning service like Classmaids can clean and declutter for you.  Book your cleaning by going to our website at or by calling us at (561) 470-9200.

It is that time of year for students to be off to college, and for many this will be their first time away from home.  One thing for students to keep in mind when away from home is how to keep their dorm clean.  Being clean and organized helps reduce stress and creates a pleasant environment to study and live in.  Here we have put together some tips for students heading off to college for the first time.


  • Dorm Room: In the dorm room you will be eating at some point. A small bottle of dish soap and sponge are great for the occasional dish or coffee cup.  Another thing to keep in mind are crumbs and spills. To take care of those right ways use a small dustpan or handheld vacuum.  Paper towels are a must have for spills along with some type of general surface cleaner.

  • Germs: Staying healthy at school is a necessity so you can stay on top of your schoolwork. Some disposable disinfecting wipes are a perfect and practical solution.  Use them often on door handles, throughout the bathroom, refrigerator and closet doors. 

  • Laundry: Towels should always be hung up in a way that allows them to dry thoroughly in between uses and should go no more than 3-5 uses before it is time for a wash. Sheets should be washed every 2 weeks.  Socks and underwear should go without saying that they need washed after every use.  The rest of your clothing can be washed using common sense.  If you and your roommate are doing wash together, invest in a laundry net bag.  They are inexpensive and will help keep your items separate. 

 Classmaids will be happy to handle these tasks for you so you can focus on your studies.  To help you through the school year please book online at or call us at (561) 470-9200.

Thursday, 03 January 2019

Eco-Friendly Laundry Tips

As presented by TerraCycle, November 1, 2018

Did you know you can reduce your household environmental impact with just a few small changes to your laundry routine? Check out our top 5 eco-friendly laundry tips to learn how.

1. Wash with cold water

It is estimated that approximately 90% of the energy used to wash clothes is attributed to heating the water. By using cold water instead, you can substantially reduce your energy usage.

2. Only wash full loads

By only washing full loads of laundry, you can make more efficient use of your washing machine and reduce the total number of loads that you have to do each month.

3. Remove dryer lint

Make sure to clean your lint trap before each load. Lint build-up can restrict airflow and decrease the performance (energy efficiency) of your dryer.

4. Line-dry your clothes

Line-drying your clothes can be a great eco-friendly alternative to using a drying machine, especially if you're on a budget! 

5. Recycle your laundry bottles and pouches

You can recycle most laundry bottles and pouches through your municipal recycling or special recycling programs, such as TerraCycle’s ARM & HAMMER™ and OXICLEAN™ Pouch Recycling Program.


Classmaids will be happy to handle your laundry while we are cleaning your home.  We will make sure we sort out your laundry to have as few loads as possible, wash and dry it using the most energy efficient cycle and fold it for your convenience.  Book online at or call us at (561) 470-9200 and add “Laundry” as one of your cleaning Extras.

At Classmaids, we are committed to using only the best quality cleaning products that are healthy for both people and the environment.  Although this is a wonderful intention, we know first-hand how extremely difficult it can be to determine which cleaning products are truly safe.  Unlike manufacturers of cosmetics and personal care products, companies that produce cleaning products are not required to include a list of ingredients on the package, bottle or box, making it nearly impossible for consumers to know what is inside these formulas.  U.S. law allows cleaning product manufacturers to use almost any ingredient they wish, including known carcinogens and substances that can harm fetal and infant development; moreover, the government doesn’t review the safety of cleaning products before they’re sold.  As a result, highly toxic chemicals, masked by catchy brand names and enticing promises, make their way into homes, offices, and the environment, harming people and the planet. 


Environmental Working Group

Environmental Working Group (EWG) is a non-profit organization dedicated to the health of people and the environment.  In response to the lack of restrictions and disclosure in the cleaning product industry, EWG has created an online healthy cleaning guide, providing easy-to-navigate hazard ratings for over 2,000 cleaning products. 


EWG’s Guide to Healthy Cleaning

EWG’s hazard ratings include the following categories: Asthma/Respiratory, Skin Allergies and Irritation, Developmental and Reproductive Toxicity, Cancer, and Environment.  EWG uses scientific research to rate each product in every one of these categories, with ratings ranging from Low Concern to High Concern.  Additionally, EWG includes other information about the product, such as its green certification status and level of ingredient disclosure.  Based on this information, EWG gives the product an overall grade, ranging from A (lowest concern) to F (highest concern).  EWG’s Guide to Healthy Cleaning is a well-organized, user-friendly database that makes it easy to determine the safety of almost any cleaning product and compare it with similar cleaning products, empowering consumers to make the right decisions for themselves and the environment. 


Classmaids’ Commitment to Healthy Cleaning

In order to ensure that we fulfill our commitment to the health of our clients and the environment, Classmaids uses only cleaning products that receive top ratings on EWG’s Guide to Healthy Cleaning.  In this way, we ensure that your home or office is as safe as it is sparkling clean.  By hiring Classmaids, you no longer have to worry about finding cleaning products that are both healthy and effective -- we’ll do that for you!  Book your cleaning by going to our website at or by calling us at (561) 470-9200.

Thursday, 05 July 2018

How to Keep Clean with Pets

No matter how much we love our four-legged family members, we all know they can be pretty messy.  Shedding fur, dirty paws, unpleasant odors -- you name it!  Whether you’re a first-time puppy owner or the neighborhood cat lady, the following simple tips will help you keep your space in tip-top shape.

Manage Pet Hair

One of the most persistent issues pet owners face is animal hair on floors, furniture and clothing.  Use the following tips to effectively clean out your pet’s shedding fur.  Additionally, grooming your pet regularly will keep it from shedding as much.

  1. Pet Hair on Furniture: Place an old towel or sheet over your pet’s favorite resting places, and periodically shake it outside before washing it.
  2. Pet Hair on Rugs: Vacuum in multiple directions. Then, use a rubber rake or a squeegee (for low-pile carpeting) to clean out every last hair.
  3. Pet Hair on Clothing and Upholstery: Tape rollers do a great job at removing pet hair from clothes. Loop a ribbon through the handle and hang one from the doorknob inside each closet throughout the house so they’re always available to use.  For upholstery, use your vacuum’s upholstery tool or a hand vacuum with a motorized beater-bar attachment.  Lint brushes designed for clothing and dry sponges (sold at pet supply stores) are also effective tools.


Keeping Paws Clean

If you take your pet on walks, keep a shallow container filled one-third of the way with room-temperature water by your front door.  When you return from the walk, dip each of your pet’s paws in the water and dry them off with the towel.  Voila -- no dirt inside the house!

Work Quickly on Stains

Pet stains that are left unattended to can permanently damage furniture and carpets.  If your pet has an accident in your house, it’s important to clean it as soon as possible.  Remove any solid residue with a dull knife, then blot the stain with a clean cloth.  Mix ¼ teaspoon clear dishwashing liquid with one cup tepid water, and use this solution to blot the stain with a clean towel.  Rinse by blotting the stain with a towel dampened with tepid water.  Alternate between the soapy towel and the clean, damp towel until the stain is no longer visible.

Use Common Household Items

Unpleasant pet odors can be easily addressed with everyday household items.  Sprinkle baking soda on your carpet and let it sit for a couple of hours before vacuuming.  You’ll immediately notice that the room will smell much better!  Vinegar is another effective odor-eliminator.  Just spray some vinegar in the air; as the vinegar smell dissipates, so will the pet odor!

Hire a Professional Cleaning Service

A professional cleaning service like Classmaids can help you keep your home sparkling clean -- even if you have the messiest pet in the world!  Save yourself the hassle of cleaning by handing the task over to one of our experienced, meticulous cleaning specialists.  You can enjoy your pet’s company, and we’ll do the rest!  We use only non-toxic biodegradable cleaning products, which are safe for your pet (and you too!).  Book your cleaning by going to our website at or by calling us at (561) 470-9200.


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