The weather is already warming up, a sign that spring is slowly approaching. It is the perfect time to take advantage of the longer and sunnier days, to start your spring cleaning. This way, when the spring will finally arrive, your home and garden will be in a pristine state. Don’t you know what to start with? Here are some tips that will help you with this task. Thus, it will not appear as a never-ending story any more, and you will be more than happy with the final result.
If you catch a bright sunny day, start by removing all the dried leaves and debris from the gutter area, because it can get clogged and at a more severe rain, water can begin pouring towards your house. Also, leaves your be removed from your entire yard, if you want sprouts to come out and make your garden look better. Of course, you won’t have to pick each leaf by hand. The task can be easily done by using a branded leaf blower. It will blow the leaves away from the desired area and leave an open space which you can use for planting some gorgeous flowers. Why branded? Well, this is not the only year in which leaves will fall and need to be cleaned, as this is a process that happens every year. So a high-quality one is a great investment.
If you want your house to look cleaner, take care of the window. Clean them inside out and your home will have a brand new appearance. Plus, the light will flood in much better, allowing you to enjoy the beautiful days that are most often now that the spring is coming. Also, it is a great time to refresh your carpets and rugs. If you can, use a steam cleaner, as it is extremely efficient, will disinfect them and revive their colour. It is exactly what you need. You can do the same with the curtains on the window as they will need to be refreshed a little since during winter time the air inside the home was rather still.
Last, but not least, clean your kitchen appliances. The kitchen is probably the most used corner of the home, so it would be uplifting to see everything fresh and shining. You don’t need sophisticated substances because a brush and baking soda work great on stubborn greasy areas. Also, you can use vinegar to clean and disinfect your dishwasher and refrigerator.