Spring has sprung, and that means flowers, sunshine, and hours of cleaning. For many people, spring cleaning is an annual tradition. Unless you happen to be an animated princess, you probably don’t enjoy cleaning your whole house from top to bottom. But spring cleaning is a great way to enjoy a fresh start in a new season. Let’s grab a mop, turn on your favorite playlist, and get started with these helpful spring cleaning tips!
How long does it take you to spring clean your home? Six hours? All day? Longer? Spring cleaning is usually a huge ordeal, because our homes can get pretty messy during the winter. This means the best way to spend less time spring cleaning is to keep your home clean! Easier said than done, right? Fortunately, this list outlines the best approach to efficiently tackle spring cleaning and offers doable strategies to keep your home clean all year long.
Alright, so you’ve scrubbed the bathrooms, dusted the bookshelves, cleared out the attic, and reorganized the hall closet. You’re ready to relax on the couch after a job well done. But are you sure you’ve cleaned everywhere? When was the last time you washed your light switches — the thing everyone in your house touches multiple times a day? There are numerous locations around your home that get overlooked, even during a deep cleaning.
Spring cleaning isn’t just about improving your home. You can use the start of spring to improve your life, too. A time of rebirth and rejuvenation, spring is a good opportunity to cut toxic habits or people out of your life. This article offers excellent suggestions for refocusing your goals and ensuring your life is as neat and put together as your living room.
Just For Fun: Loyal German Shepherd Helps Family With The Chores
We could all use some help around the house when deep cleaning. Who would say no to an extra set of hands … or paws? Take a break from you cleaning frenzy to watch how this lovable German shepherd would do anything for his family, even load the dishwasher!
Now go start that spring cleaning checklist!
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