Spring is the time for re-birth. The trees are blooming and the birds are chirping happily again. It is also the time for us to get busy on some serious spring cleaning. There is less that we can do during the winter to clean up our home and spring is the best time to do it.
Open Up Windows – it was probably early October the last time you opened the windows. After months of freezing wind, snow sleet and low temperatures, you can finally let some fresh air into your home. To make the fresh air effect even more powerful, add some Automatic Air Fresheners, essential oils and air fragrance sprays in your favourite scents throughout your home.
Dust And Mop Every Room – use your vacuum to get rid of dust and dirt from each of your rooms. Then, get a mop and bucket to clean the floor thoroughly. Consider using a safe homemade floor cleaning solution to reduce the presence of toxic materials at home. Don’t forget to add an Automatic Air Freshener to keep every room smelling fresh and clean.
Clean The Basement And Attic – it’s a pain to clean these two areas of your home, but you need to do it each spring. Move things around and consider removing some of the unused items. You may sell, give away or throw away these items.
Check Dresser Drawers And Closets – some of your clothes could be too small, worn out or out of style. Free up some space in your closet by donating your excess clothes, hats, pants and shoes.
Reorganise Your Garden Area – spring is a good time to plant trees and flowers. Remove or relocate your plants as needed. If you want to replace plants or flower types, this is your best opportunity. Seeds grow quickly during spring and you will have a well-organised garden area for summer. Throughout the winter, leaves, twigs and other debris are hidden beneath the snow. You need a sturdy trash can, shovel, rake, broom and rubbish bags to clean up your garden area.
Repaint Outdoor Furniture – after being exposed to adverse winter weather, you need to recoat and repaint your outdoor furniture. If possible, you should sand the furniture first. Use coating to seal the sanded wood surface and then apply weatherproof paint on top of it.
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