Whether you have a porch, patio or backyard…with the warmer days and nights approaching, this area becomes a useful second living room. Before you buy new pillows for your outdoor furniture and add new flowers to the flower beds, let’s clean this wonderful, outdoor area before we spruce.
Studies show that the average American spends more than 7 hours a day in their bedrooms. When thinking of spring cleaning this room, most people think of simply removing clutter and changing bed linens from the winter, heavier comforter to a lighter duvet for the warmer nights. We are going to break down spring cleaning the bedroom in these 5 easy steps.
Let’s detail our spring cleaning into the areas that are most overlooked until we get to this “every now and then” cleaning ritual. Spring Cleaning is mainly about removing the dust built up since last Spring. The bedroom is a soft place for us to land at night after a long day – right? Well, with that comes a lot of soft surfaces! Take a moment and think about all the areas in your bedroom that have soft surfaces and imagine how much dust they have collected since last Spring? Soft areas, such as the ones we are going to cover, hold onto dust and cause severe allergies during the Spring season. Most of us think spring allergies are just based on outdoor allergens; however, indoor allergens are trapped in soft surfaces of our homes and it’s time to address them.
This winter has been crazy! The entire nation has seen bone-chilling temperatures and I think we are all ready for Spring. Well, get ready…because Spring is just around the corner – and with it comes Spring Cleaning! Let’s discuss some of the areas in your bathroom that don’t get cleaned as often as they should and the best ways to have them sparkling in time for the warm temperatures.