Spring is already here, and that means that you should get a move on with clearing things up and getting your home ready for the new season. Here are some spring cleaning secrets that will help you get your abode looking fresh and fabulous. Plus, there is no need to hire fancy-pants maids and services. You can tidy up with a simple
Washing the Woodwork
If you have hardwood floors, or you want to scrub clean those cabinets and baseboards, then you need to know the best way to do it. All you need is some basic dishwashing detergent and a damp sponge or rag to wipe away that accumulated dust and dirt. For floors, a 2-in-1 wash and wax floor cleaning agent will save you time and aggravation. You can find this kind of product in your local grocery store.
Look Up – to the Ceiling
Many people often forget about the ceiling when they do their Spring cleaning. Well, the ceiling is there all throughout the winter, so remember that it, too will get dirty! You can easily get rid of stuck-on gunk and particles by using the nozzle hose attachment on your vacuum cleaner. Be sure to target the surfaces of ceiling fans, as well as an air conditioning or heating vents in your home.
Upholstery and Carpets
One of the biggest areas to clean up would be the upholstery in your house. Sofas, chairs, beds…there is a lot to cover here. Moreover, if you have carpets, you are definitely going to want to get those cleaned up. They have a winter’s worth of dirt and grime in them! The good news is that many grocery stores offer rentals on carpet cleaners for a reasonable charge. You can rent one of these for a few hours and get your home looking spotless in no time!
A Guiding Light
Paying some extra attention to your lighting fixtures will definitely be worth it in the end. All it takes is some elbow grease, a rag, and all-purpose household cleaner to get those chandeliers and lamps looking brand-new again. Trust us; it really will make a difference.
Attack Those Appliances
With your Spring cleaning chores, that is! Your refrigerator and freezer, oven and range, and other kitchen appliances are used on a daily basis. Spring cleaning is a great opportunity to get these large pieces spick-and-span. Wipe down the shelves, drawers, and cabinets, as well as racks and hard-to-reach areas. Vacuum underneath and behind these appliances if you can. A little extra effort will go a long way! Plus, you may end up tossing old items and foodstuffs as well. A double whammy!