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Spring Cleaning: The Ultimate Guide to a Spotless Residence

Spring Cleaning is a process and time for renewal. The flowers are blooming, the sun has returned, and people have that renewed sense of optimism. It’s not just in nature where things are starting to grow; it’s also happening inside your home! Prepare your home with these 7 steps before you start Spring cleaning to make sure you get everything done without breaking a sweat.

Cleaning Floors

Prepare for the first round of cleaning by thoroughly vacuuming, sweeping, and mopping all floors. Carefully remove cobwebs from corners with a broom or vacuum attachment that has a long reach. It’s time to dust furniture and decorative items on shelves too! Be sure to wipe down kitchen counters while you are at it; they tend to collect dirt quickly during Spring because people spend so much more time cooking.

Preparing Outdoor

Prepare your outdoor space before tackling any inside chores by removing debris such as leaves and sticks from gutters, patios, porches, sidewalks etc. Afterwards sweep up these areas into piles which can be bagged later in order to keep things neat throughout the process – especially important for outdoor furniture and plants.

Cleaning Windows

Prepare your windows inside and out by spraying Window Cleaner on the outside surfaces followed by wiping them clean using a damp cloth or paper towels. The same can be done with any glass door knobs, windowpanes, cabinet doors etc.; just make sure you use different sections of the rag/paper towel each time to avoid smearing dirt around! Carefully remove cobwebs from corners with a broom or vacuum attachment that has a long reach before going in either direction; this will help make it easier when it comes time to dust. You have now finished Preliminary Spring cleaning prep work which is essential before tackling other parts of your house so enjoy that well-earned break while you reflect on how much better it all looks!

Cleaning Furniture and Shelves

Prepare for the second round of cleaning by dusting furniture and decorative items on shelves. Pay special attention to any mirrors or glass surfaces as well; they tend to collect fingerprints quickly during Spring because people are more likely to touch them after handling other dirtier objects such as vegetables, soaps, paper towels etc. Now is also a good time to wash curtains if you haven’t already done that yet this year. You can even pre-wash windows inside before your next step in order to save yourself some valuable time later when tackling those tedious tasks which often take up the most amount of hours overall – just make sure you dry each window thoroughly afterwards with a clean cloth or rag in order to avoid water stains.

Cleaning Bathrooms

Prepare your bathroom by wiping down any surfaces with a clean cloth or paper towel, including countertops and the inside of cabinets. It’s also important to wipe out all sinks in preparation for cleaning them next so save yourself some time ahead of time! As an added bonus this will prevent fingerprints from accumulating on these surfaces while you work elsewhere; just be sure to use different sections of the rag/paper towel each time as before because we want those windows & mirrors looking their best too. Now is also a good time to wash curtains if you haven’t already done that yet this year. You can even pre-wash windows inside before your next step in order to save yourself some valuable time later when tackling those tedious tasks which often take up the most amount of hours overall – just make sure you dry each window thoroughly afterwards with a clean cloth or rag in order to avoid water stains.

Wipe Down Kitchen Items

Prepare for the third round of cleaning by wiping down kitchen counters using a damp cloth or paper towel and then carefully removing cobwebs from corners again. Be mindful not to get any liquids on your furniture, flooring, countertops etc.; this will only result in more work! Now is also a good time to wash curtains if you haven’t already done that yet this year. You can even pre-wash windows inside before your next step in order to save yourself some valuable time later when tackling those tedious tasks which often take up the most amount of hours overall – just make sure you dry each window thoroughly afterwards with a clean cloth or rag in order to avoid water stains.

De-cluttering Your Home

Prepare for your final task by de-cluttering any parts of your home that are currently cluttered; this includes cupboards, shelves and closets as well. It’s important not to forget about these areas because they usually represent some of the easiest places to find immediate success when it comes down to spot-cleaning! Now is also a good time to wash curtains if you haven’t already done that yet this year.

Conclusion

Preliminary Spring cleaning prep work is essential before tackling other parts of your house so enjoy that well-earned break while you reflect on how much better it all looks!

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