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5 Tips To Spring Clean Your House

It’s that time of the year again. Spring is the season between winter and summer; the time when the weather becomes warmer, plants start to grow, and the flowers bloom. It is also the time when people get that burst of energy to air out their homes and do the so-called “spring cleaning.” It is the season to tackle those often neglected parts of the house that don’t get to be deep cleaned on a regular basis. While surface cleaning is done daily to maintain a clean home, build up can collect on some spots of the house and they need a thorough seasonal cleaning.

Spring cleaning season is the time to buckle down and bust open your cleaning supplies cabinet and take out those heavy duty cleaning tools and supplies. If you still don’t have some of the tools needed to clean your house like a pro, check out this comparison Sun Joe SPX3000 vs SPX4000 if you are considering buying a durable pressure washer. A pressure washer is one efficient gadget to use for tough to clean areas of your house. For more pointers on deep cleaning, here are 5 tips to spring clean your house.

1.  Make your windows sparkle.

Remove the spots and smudges by washing down your windows from the outside. Do it on a cloudy day so the sun won't dry the cleanser before you’re done wiping. Not only will your windows sparkle but more light will come in when your windows are spotless making your home brighter and more cheerful.

2.  Hose off your outdoor walls.

Make your walls look fresh once more when you hose them off to get rid of unsightly mold and mildew. There won’t be much need for a brush and elbow grease if you use a pressure washer which will do the trick in removing those tough dirt without damaging your walls.

3.  Wash tiled surfaces.

Wiping down is good for daily cleaning, but deep cleaning tiled surfaces is a must for health reasons. To disinfect without using abrasive solutions, use a mix of baking soda and water to get rid of unsightly stains on tiles.

4.  Deep clean your oven.

Sometimes, a dirty oven can be the source of bad smells when a burning smell is emitted when you turn on your oven. To remove burnt-on food, sprinkle baking soda and a few drops of white vinegar and wipe away the grime with a sponge.

5.  Declutter all rooms.

One of the most significant tasks during spring cleaning is organizing every room of the house and getting rid of unused items. Your daily routine will be much easier if there is less clutter in your house. Your home will also look more appealing when everything has a place, and everything is in its place.

Achieve a spotless home with these tips. Make your house a place you look forward to coming home to at the end of the day-- be it winter, spring, summer or fall.


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