5 Tips For Spring Cleaning

Hurray! Finally, SPRING! is almost just knocking at the door. Spring is a time of renewal and rebirth, and that means it’s just about time for Spring Cleaning too. Why not make use of this time to give a new look for your house as well? Spring cleaning is a traditional-honored ritual for a reason — the greenery outdoors and fresh air make us want to freshen up and prettify our indoor spaces, too. It just makes us feel better.

 It’s important for everyone, particularly if you’re suffering from an allergy. It’s upon yourself and your family members to enjoy a clean environment that’s more than dirt-deep. Think allergen-deep. Suppose the thoughts of cleaning make you feel overwhelmed, worry not. Below are five working tips that you can use to get you started smoothly.

1. Clearing the Clutter

One of the challenging parts of spring cleaning is getting rid of clutter that you don’t need. This is the period to take advantage of the natural spring urge to eliminate items that weigh you down and start a new, streamlined lifestyle. You can donate or sell those items you no longer use. The best way you can do that is by analyzing reasons, identifying problems, implementing remedies, and determining solutions. Sort the clutters into four categories: give-away, trash, store, or put-way, which will ease your spring-cleaning process. But if you feel it’s too much work, you can outsource the work to companies like Ontario dumpster rentals.

2. Involve Your Family Members

This is the appropriate time of the year to work together as a family. Get them involved to help clean even the lazy and reluctant ones who are never willing to help in anything. You can motivate them by promising them a reward as an incentive to get the work done. And you’ll be surprised to see they can make a big difference in the workload.

3. Clean from Top to Bottom

Cleaning from the ceiling and descending downwards is the best-recommended way to spring clean your house. These will force debris downward and ease you from having to re-clean or re-dust your space. If you own a vacuum with an extension hose, the better, use it to remove dust and cobwebs from your fans and ceilings first. After that, you can dust your furniture and other items before vacuuming all the debris and dust off your floors. That helps to save your time.

4. Mix up your all-natural cleanser

Whether you’re cleaning with fewer chemicals or just want a backup when you run out of your usual cleanser, it’s advisable to know how to mix up your homemade cleaning solutions using ingredients that are readily available at home. If you don’t know how to make a natural home cleaner, you can use the following recipe. The cleanser can be used on granite, marble, quartz, sinks, or other appliances.

• ½ cup water

• ½ cup rubbing alcohol

• 7 to 10 drops of lemon, peppermint, orange, or oil.

• One squirt of natural dish soap


1. Mix all of the above ingredients in a spray bottle and shake well.

2. Spray onto the surface and wipe with a clean cloth.

5. Plan

Even if your house is big or tiny, spring cleaning can be a challenge at times. Spring cleaning involves going beyond your usual mopping, dusting, scrubbing, and vacuuming routine. And that’s why it’s essential to make a plan and pen it down on paper. You can do that by listing out every room of your house without forgetting places like the laundry room, garage, utility room, and closets. Think about tasks like cleaning the walls, the baseboards, the windows and window treatments, and rearranging and cleaning under and behind furniture (and the furniture itself). And things that you probably don’t have time to clean regularly.

If you find the idea of making a list is too tiresome or complicated, consider doing a little research first. There are websites, books, and applications where you’ll get tones of information that involves cleaning. At least get some inspiration or find a list to work from.


Follow the above spring cleaning tips to make your season change a breeze, and your home will look fabulous.

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