On this beautiful Spring Day, several of us might be avoiding our thoughts of spring cleaning or organizing. Here are a few tips to help you organize and tackle your Spring Cleaning.
Make sure you have your supplies
It can be frustrating to try to start your spring cleaning project, then realize you don’t have everything you need. Avoid this pitfall and make your cleaning project much more productive by using our handy supply checklist.
- Air Freshener
- Baking Soda
- Cotton Swabs
- Dishwashing Soap
- Disinfecting Spray and Wipes
- Dust Mop
- Extendable Duster
- Floor Cleaner
- Glass Cleaner
- Lemon Oil
- Microfiber Cloths
- Oven Cleaner
- Rubber Gloves
- Scrub Brushes
- Sponge Mop
- Spray Bottles
- Storage Containers
- Toilet Brush
- Trash Bags
- Upholstery Spot Remover
Clean your cleaning supplies
No matter how clean you are, using dirty or old cleaning supplies won’t result in that fresh spring smell.
- Sponges – microwave a wet sponge for 2 minutes to remove bacteria, let it cool and dry before use
- Mops – soak your mop in a mixture of 3 gallons of hot water and 1 cup bleach, be sure to let it dry completely to prevent bacteria growth
- Cloths – wash clothes in two cups of white vinegar on hot (no detergent or softener), then dry thoroughly
Create (or download) your spring cleaning list
The big cleaning job becomes much less daunting with a plan of attack. Plus, checking off items as you go makes it much easier to see how much you’ve accomplished. Click Spring Cleaning Checklist for our downloadable list.
Make spring cleaning a breeze by incorporating all of your supplies in an easily transportable bucket, or even use an apron for that extra convenience.
Fresh cut flowers and a gentle spring breeze through open windows are a great way to welcome this Spring season.