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Spring cleaning is a unique type of cleaning. It consists of more than just getting your home perfectly cleaned. It also means getting rid of any unwanted items that can be causing clutter or that are taking up unwanted space.
A proper spring cleaning will consist of a lot of cleaning and sorting through personal items so it could take more than just one day. You will be cleaning top to bottom and inside and out of all areas in your home. This will include all cabinets and drawers to ensure that everything is as perfect as it could be.
Before beginning the checklist it is a good idea to prepare all of your supplies that will be needed as well as boxes to put any personal items away in storage and boxes to get unwanted items out of your home. You will be able to either donate anything unwanted to a local shelter or simply throw it away in the garbage.
It is always good to have an idea in your head of the plan for tackling such a dreadful task. Following our checklist below will help you stay on track and help you get your spring cleaning taken care of.
Using the right cleaning supplies will help your spring cleaning go more smoothly and will allow your cleaning to be more effective. Be sure to have plenty of bags and boxes in order to remove unwanted items and clutter from your home.
The kitchen is going to be an area in your home which will take plenty of time to get properly spring cleaned. This will require moving the refrigerator in order to get all of the dust and dirt from behind. You will also need to clean the inside and outside of all kitchen appliances. This will include removing any unwanted items from the refrigerator and discard, clean every surface inside of the fridge, clean the inside of the microwave, clean the stovetop, and clean the inside of the oven. Cleaning the inside of the oven will be a challenging task especially if you cook a lot.
The three items you will use to tackle all of that oven grime are your all-purpose cleaner, the barkeepers friend, and the carpenter’s sheet. The combination of these three items will 100% get your oven cleaned like brand new again. You will also need to go ahead and pull everything out of the pantry, cabinets, and drawers. This way you will be able to go through the items you are keeping and get rid of anything that is old or never used. You will also have all surfaces cleared to tackle the cleaning in your pantry, cabinets, and drawers.
Moving on into the dining room area and the living room area you will focus on making sure that everything is properly cleaned from top to bottom. You will also be decluttering the areas and getting rid of any unwanted or unused items. You will also be able to rearrange how your furniture is since you will be moving most things to clean behind. Sometimes a new fresh look is needed in order to get your life back on track and to get some positive flow back into your home.
Spring cleaning your bedrooms can be a major task. The first thing I would do is to go through all of your drawers and put everything in a pile that you want to get rid of, a pile for donations, and a pile for keeping. Box everything up that you are getting rid of and remove it from your bedroom area. Once you have gone through all of your personal belongings you will have more room to clean and you will have all of your personal things out of the way to do a proper cleaning. While everything is out of your drawers and cabinets you will be able to move your furniture more easily in order to get the baseboards cleaned.
When it comes to spring cleaning your bathroom the main goal is to make sure that everything is cleaned to perfection. There will be a few different things that you will need to do that are not part of regular cleaning in order to get everything back to 100%. This will include scrubbing the grout in your shower or bathtub area and using Drano to unclog any blockage that could be in your drains. You will still be getting rid of any unwanted things that you might have. These will typically be half-empty shampoo bottles and skin cleansers. Remember the goal of the spring cleaning is to get rid of anything that is not used or is in the way.
Closets are easy to lose control of. It is very important to do a yearly spring cleaning in order to get your closet free of clutter and dust and dirt free. Most people tend to store plenty of items up in closets. This can make it difficult to really clean all areas of your closet when doing your regular scheduled cleaning. To help with this you will have to go through your entire closet and remove all items. Sort through your personal things and box up what you want to get rid of and make a pile for things you are going to keep. Before you place your personal belongings back into your closet, you should clean everything first.
When spring cleaning your laundry room, it is always important to move all appliances in order to clean all dust and lint that collects behind them. Be sure to pull all of your detergents out and go through and get rid of anything that you do not use. Since a lot of lent collects in the laundry room, you will need to use your vacuum to get all lose lint and use your all-purpose cleaner to ensure that everything is cleaned.
For all of the other areas of your home like the hallways, entryways, and stairways, you will need to continue to clean just as you have been. You can take care of these areas as you clean throughout your home or you can wait until the very end and get them. Either way, they will need to be done in order to have your home looking spotless.
Here we will list a few tips and tricks to help you get your spring cleaning needs. Following these tips will help your home become cleaner and will help your spring cleaning come together.
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