Not a big fan of cleaning? If it’s your time to cut through the clutter and do some deep cleaning in your house, we’ve got a somewhat painless plan. Even though we all wish we can open the windows and doors and let the air gush through the house, and rid of all the dust and grime – no such luck. Well – we put together a little process for you on a cleaning guide… But first, you’ve got to get your head in the game by doing a little pre-cleaning prep.
Visualize your ideal setup. Before dumping everything in your closet into a big pile on the floor, take a minute to visualize how you’d like your living space to look. Once you know how you want to set up your space, you’ll more easily be able to decide what you need in terms of storage, bins, and tools.
Deep Cleaning Time
Sanitize your sponges. The germiest item in your home is sitting right there in your kitchen sink. In a bowl, add one part bleach to nine parts water and let your sponge sit in it for a minute. Then, rinse the sponge and use it to wipe down your countertops. Unfortunately, this step isn’t just for spring. Now you can clean your kitchen counters, along with your refrigerator, stove and cutting boards. Make sure to do the same with your bathroom sponges, too.
Start with your bedroom (your allergies will thank you). A good spring cleaning ritual should really start with where you snooze. When you get into bed, your sheets become home to constantly-shedding skin cells, hair, lotion and sweat — as well as anything you’ve picked up during the day, like pollen or pet dander. And your dead skin cells are the perfect food for dust mites, allowing them to multiply like crazy. According to the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America, dust mites are a common cause of year-round allergies. All of these things can seep into your pillows and mattress, too, if you’re not diligent. It is said and recommended to wash your sheets at least once a week and getting a mattress protector. That will prevent the outside from going in and the inside from going out.
Follow the same formula in every room. Working top to bottom and back to front in each room. Chances are, you rarely, if ever, look at your ceiling — so start there, checking for cobwebs and dust, she says. Then, work your way down in a circle so you don’t redo your steps. Oh, and check areas that may have been overlooked for a long time — like ceiling fans and behind your toilet, both of which can quickly wiped down.
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