Spring Cleaning

Spring Cleaning

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Ah, spring cleaning – yes, it’s that time again: the most daunting of seasonal rituals. Scouring the bathroom tiles and organizing your closet may be a drag, however when we are done the entire house smells and looks great.

Spring cleaning is the practice of thoroughly cleaning a house in the springtime. The practice of spring cleaning is especially prevalent in climates with a cold winter. In many cultures, annual cleaning occurs at the end of the year, which may be in spring or winter, depending on the calendar.

Spring Cleaning Tips

  • dust crown molding and baseboards
  • dust ceiling corners
  • dust/wash light fixtures and lamps
  • dust ceiling fans
  • wash walls and doors (look for scuff marks)
  • touch up paint
  • vacuum or wash window coverings
  • clean windows
  • dust bookcases
  • polish wood furniture
  • wipe down and vacuum furniture (clean the base and under cushions)
  • vacuum and wash lampshades
  • deep clean hardwood, tile, linoleum, and carpet flooring
  • shampoo carpet
  • remove rugs to shake out, then vacuum, then clean under them
  • vacuum all flooring, including corners and edges
  • clean air vents
  • dust around mirrors, picture frames, and wall hangings
  • replace light bulbs
  • change air/furnace filter
  • replace batteries in smoke detector and carbon monoxide detector
  • schedule chimney sweep
  • schedule pest control maintenance
  • P.S. When you’re finished Spring Cleaning, consistently clean the areas in your home, one day at a time. Spring Cleaning 365 is the EASIEST way to make that happen. That way you’ll never have to work this hard cleaning your home again!

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