Your Very Own Spring Cleaning Checklist

Your Very Own Spring Cleaning Checklist

If you want to have an immaculate home this spring, make sure that you use this spring cleaning checklist. 

Is there anything more satisfying than sitting in a recently cleaned room? For many, if not everyone, that sensation of accomplishment and relaxation only comes after the work is finished. Your spring cleaning may not be effortless, but you can definitely streamline the process by knowing how to spring clean the best. Here are a few tips on how you can efficiently spring clean your home and get to that accomplished/relaxed feeling as quick as you can.

Walls & Ceilings
Use a vacuum to remove dust from the walls and ceilings. After you dust, you can use a normal sponge with dish soap and water to remove any grime and bacteria that are clung to your walls.

Vacuum & Shampoo Rugs
Carpets made of synthetic chemicals like nylon or polyester and rugs with waterproof backings can be deep cleaned with a shampoo machine and a hot-water extraction machine.
If your rug does not have a waterproof backing, it needs to be cleaned professionally.

Wax Wooden Furniture
Wipe surfaces and remove any dust from them before you apply the wax. Apply the wax a few feet at a time with a cotton rag folded into a square (wherein all sides are equal) about the size of your hand. Wait for the wax to dry and buff with a clean cloth.

Clean Windows & Mirrors
Warm water and a bit of vinegar can make any glass surface free of bacteria, due to the properties of vinegar, and streak-free.

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