Cleaning List to Start Spring

When a new year begins we always set ourselves personal goals to start it off right: go on a diet, play sports, travel more, read more, etc. But we almost never consider new challenges and purposes to clean the home . The first months are ideal for planning to give your home a good facelift and prepare it for spring cleaning.

There are some tasks that only need to be done once or twice a year. The problem is that sometimes, with so many tasks we forget to do them and we leave them for spring cleaning. In this article Cleanings Polished makes a list to facilitate those tasks and finish them in less than a week. This way you won't miss a thing and spring cleaning will be easier.

Tips for cleaning at home

The first thing you should do is encourage the whole family or colleagues to participate in these tasks and value what cleanliness is and maintain better order and cleanliness throughout the year. And you also need them to get rid of everything you don't use. Throughout life we get used to accumulating things that become unnecessary (old clothes, broken objects that we think we will fix in the future, expired food, magazines, batteries, toys, etc).

The next step will be to undo all the beds and clean sheets, pillowcases, blankets, duvets, sofa covers, cushions, etc. Now that the heat arrives you will no longer need so many accessories for the bed. It is also time to turn the mattresses around. Also, take advantage of the fact that the cold goes away and washes everything that you don't usually wash every month. We also recommend that you dry clean all surfaces of sofas, armchairs, mattresses, etc.

The third advice that we give you is to take out all those towels that you do not use very often and see if they need cleaning since you do not know when you will be able to need them again and you will have to keep them clean. You can do the same with the curtains. Change them for one of a more spring material (fresher and more transparent).

Finally, empty all book shelves and clean that surface. Clean up the dust but before putting all those books back, think about whether you really need all those items on your shelf. Is there something you don't need? Put them in a box and leave them in a storage room or donate them to a library. Don't forget to dust off the books you decide to keep.