Five Ways to Approach Spring Cleaning

Five Ways to Approach Spring Cleaning

It’s finally springtime! Bright coloured flowers are in bloom, sunny days and the fragrance of a new beginning wafting in the air. But with the arrival of spring comes the dreaded task of spring cleaning. Performing a 360 degree cleaning of your home can be a daunting task, so here are ten ways you can approach cleaning this spring.

Shed: We all have a pile of junk items that we probably will never use but still can’t part with. A good rule of thumb to remember is if you have not used the item in the past one year, then throw it in the bin. This will help considerably reduce the amount of unnecessary items in your home. If your items are in good condition, consider donating it to a charity or a non-profit organisation.


Deep Clean: Spring cleaning means getting into the hard to reach nooks and crannies of your home. There can be millions of tiny bugs and bacteria growing within those hard to reach places. Thus, a deep clean is a must. Don’t forget to get your carpets thoroughly cleaned by Smile Carpet Cleaners for carpets that are as good as new.

Turn Over: To maintain the shape of your mattress, make sure you flip it from head to foot as well. This will prevent it from becoming shapeless. You can also vacuum your mattress on low setting to get rid of any bugs or dust.

Brighten Up: Brighten up the appearance of your home by removing all the dust and grime lodged into your light fixtures. You can wash the removable parts with regular dish soap and wipe the fixed parts with a damp cloth.

Thwart Moths: After cleaning the insides of your drawers and cupboards, use cedarwood oil to coat the insides and moth proof your storage. Moth larvae can be neutralized by washing cloth at the highest temperature so that they do not multiply. Alternatively, you can put the clothing into a plastic bag and freeze for 24 hours.

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