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It’s time to bust open your windows and tackle those troublesome areas of the home that we have all put off for months. We have put together these helpful tips and tricks to get you started.
1. Make a schedule - If the thought of deep cleaning your home quickly becomes overwhelming, making a schedule is a simple way of breaking down the task at hand and will help keep you focused.
2. Declutter - Spending time in a cluttered environment can add to stress levels and eventually take its toll on the enjoyment that you gain from your home. Set aside some time prior to your deep clean to declutter your home. Clutter can make the job of cleaning your home much harder and more time consuming than it needs to be.
3. Work from top to bottom - When you begin your Spring clean it's very important to work from the ceiling down. This will mean that all of the dust and dirt will fall downwards and will keep you from having to re-clean any surfaces. Begin with cobwebs and dust on the ceilings and work your way down to furniture and finally the floor.
4. Don’t fear the bathroom - Cleaning the bathroom can be the worst room to clean for many people but can also be the place where most germs and grime gather. Steam cleaners are a great way of cleaning all areas of the bathroom and help to get rid of stubborn scum and water spots.
5. Tackle those appliances - The fridge and oven are sometimes some of the toughest appliances to clean. There are many fantastic oven cleaning products out there that do it all for you. Ensure you read the instructions on the bottle and there is plenty of ventilation. For the fridge, remove all items and check the expiry dates on each item. Take out the shelves and wash in the sink with warm water and washing up liquid. Finally, use bicarbonate of soda with water and with a cloth wipe down the fridge door and walls.