If you have a stove with a hood, a lot of grease and odors get trapped in the removable filters. Soak the filters for 10 minutes in hot, soapy water. Let air dry.
Vacuum the condenser coils, which may be behind the fridge or behind the front grill. Also try to get underneath with your vac's crevice tool.
Dump out crumbs and wipe the inside and outside with a disinfecting wipe.
Vacuum those creepy crawly dust mites by using the brush attachment directly on the bare mattress.
Wipe walls down with a damp cloth to remove dust and fingerprints. For tougher marks, a Magic Sponge works wonders on scuffs, crayon, marker, etc.
Vacuum under the sofa and under the cushions, but also on top of the cushions, back and sides where the dust settles.
Get back there with disinfecting spray and a sponge.
This is a three-step job. First, empty the cabinets and vacuum crumbs. Next, wipe down shelves and drawers with a damp cloth and a dot of dish soap. You can also use the same cloth to wipe the front of the cabinets.
Snake out the shower and sink drains that often get forgotten. Next, pour in a pot of boiling water followed by ½ cup of baking soda and 1 cup of white vinegar. Let it sit for 15 minutes, followed with more boiling water. Garbage disposals can be cleaned with a combo of ice cubes and citrus peels.
Soak in hot soapy water, scrub with a brush, rinse and dry.
Vacuum top to bottom. Wipe blinds with a damp cloth to remove excess dust.
Light switches, faucets, doorknobs, remotes, computers and any other button pushed regularly should be wiped with a disinfecting cloth.
Use an extendable duster to reach on top of cabinets and bookshelves. Use your vacuum attachment to reach behind beds and other furniture.