March is still bringing out its share of bad weather, but there’s no question that spring is just around the corner. With the warmer temperatures approaching, it’s time to make a plan for your spring cleaning. Now is the perfect time to open the windows to let in some fresh air while making sure your home is clean and clutter free from top to bottom.
Make A Schedule
Approaching spring cleaning without a plan can be daunting. Not only is the process long and arduous, but it can quickly become overwhelming when you realize just how dirty those corners you always skip have become. Creating a detailed plan and schedule can help make the process more manageable. With a full checklist for each room, you can find ways to help divide up the tasks between everyone in your home in a more organized way.
Work From Top To Bottom
When cleaning, it’s always best to work from the top down. This means starting by cleaning the dust off your ceiling fans and then wiping down your walls. As you clean dirt from higher surfaces, it naturally moves down. Save your energy by saving the vacuuming for last to prevent the need for multiple passes.
Use The Right Vacuum
When it comes to vacuums, there’s a massive disparity in power and performance levels. Not all vacuums work as well or have the same features. If those in your home have allergies or if you have pets, one of the most important things you can do is ensure that you have a powerful vacuum with a HEPA filter. These units are far more effective at removing dust, dander, and pollen than any others.
Remember Windows And Walls
Often, the windows and walls of your home can be neglected for a variety of reasons, but this spring make sure you give bot ha good going over. Clean windows are a thing of beauty and can make your entire home feel brighter and more comfortable.
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