We are all happy to see what is on the horizon. This means that sundresses are coming out, tickets are being booked, and we are looking for brighter times ahead. Now, while the world may be going through different changes, we do see that having more sun and fun in our lives can make a difference in our psyche.
Well, Spring is right around the corner!
As winter is ending and spring is just around the corner, it is essential to start planning about spring cleaning the house. Of Course, doing a special operation to clean up the house is not a piece of cake. It is difficult and requires thorough planning. And forces, ever since the outbreak of COVID 19, we owe to ourselves and our family to enjoy a germ-free life.
Spring cleaning is a ritual that is passed from generation to generation. It is a way to freshen up our house once the snow has left. However, it can seem like a daunting task. But, trust us, with planning and schedule, it can be easy.
One of the most effective and efficient ways to start spring cleaning is by planning it out. Approach it room by room and make a checklist of areas that need your extra attention.
At the same time, it is necessary to see how much time you have and how long you want to take to clean up the house. Do you need to enlist a few more people?
Do you need to do some real significant cleaning and renovations? How extensive is this going to be? It can certainly be quite arduous for some people and that is why it is necessary to plan.
Without any delay, let us look at ways you can spring clean your house without any hassle this time.
Before we get into how you need to start with the cleaning, firstly take a look at the cleaning supplies you have. How much are you left with, and what items do you need to start. Disinfecting sprays, glass cleaners, carpets cleaning liquid, and detergents are a few must-have supplies.
Get a notebook and a pen. Start jotting down the parts of the house you wish to clean first and in how many days you are going to wrap it up.
#3. Declutter the house
Start with declaring the wardrobes and cabinets. Empty the space and take a look. Give away items that you no longer need. Dust and organize the cabinets.
#4. Think Green
Before gearing up on the cleaning equipment, eco-friendly purchase items. You can use a steam cleaner to clean tiles, hard floors, and even outdoor areas. In the end, it is always better to use chemical-free detergents.
#5. Windows and Walls
During cleaning, we often skip walls and windows. It looks bad when you enter a room freshly cleaned, but the windows and walls are full of dust. Pay attention to windows as the dust settles in.