Cleaning your home office can seem like a small task, but it becomes more imperative the more you avoid it over time. A good example is the computer keyboard, which can go from clean to filthy in a relatively short span. If you've never cleaned a computer keyboard before, or it's been a while, it's all the more important that you work with someone who knows the ins and outs of proper home cleaning.
This process doesn't necessarily take a lot of fancy cleaning materials, and you might have everything you need at home without even knowing it. An article from How-To Geek explained some of the simple ways to tackle grimy buildup, including common isopropyl rubbing alcohol, cotton swabs and a vacuum cleaner to pick up dust.
Whether you use a traditional keyboard or a laptop, truly keeping it clean can require getting in between the crevices and even removing the keys themselves to get the residue out from under them. This needs to be both a thorough and delicate job: While it's necessary to get everything out of these spots, gentleness is also critical. Handle the keys and other sections carefully, and be sure to only attempt cleaning when the computer is shut off.
Any object that you touch on a regular basis can eventually house a host of dangerous germs if left for too long. At the same time, you might understand all of this without having the time or the expertise to do this yourself. That's where hiring someone else can help.