Spring Cleaning Tips
Making a Schedule
Think about what to work out and which is the area to be clean first. Tackle each task of cleaning through focusing on a task as per the rooms to finish off easily and without consuming time and enjoying the cleaning.
De-cluttering makes it more efficient to keep you organized and working in a proper manner. Arrange laundry in the basket or clean a cluttered desk. Throw and pick up the things that you don’t need, Arrange the closet as per the season and remove those clothes that are not needed in the season.
Some steps for de-cluttering:
- Organize the closets
- Dust and organize your home
- Look through the junk crowded places
Top to Bottom
When you start and do the spring cleaning in the home. It is very important that you start from the ceiling and move down to the bottom. The debris will fall on the surface and floors and in the last, you will dust and sweep the floors. If you have a good vacuum with a hose, use it to remove the cobwebs and dust the ceilings and fans first.
Green Spring Cleaning
You always want to start spring cleaning with a clean note, and you don’t want to use chemicals and toxins that will affect your health. Steam cleaning is one of the best and most used cleaning product. It is best for spring cleaning. It can easily and effectively be used for cleaning the microwaves, hard floors, kitchen appliances, bathroom and even the best possible solution for outdoor areas.
You can also use the best natural combination of white vinegar with baking soda and water if you don’t like steam cleaning. These ingredients are very affordable and have worked the best whenever it comes to cleaning and removing spots and stains.
Protecting yourself from Allergies
Spring cleaning will help in settling the winter dust from the furniture and fixtures. If you suffer from the allergies and using heavy duty cleaners be sure to read the labels. For a safer and healthier spring, cleaning use rubber gloves, masks, and nets. Protective clothing can be used to protect you from skin irritation and allergy reactions.