The birds are singing, the flowers are in bloom, but the house feels stuck with what they refer to as the winter blues. When it comes to spring cleaning, people know it as a tradition that lets us clean out our homes and prepare for the busy seasons of summer and spring. Although it can seem daunting, home organizing doesn’t have to be overwhelming.
Home Organizing: 6 Spring Cleaning Tips To Help You Get Started.
Clean Room by room
It is the best way to clean your home. To help you organize and remind yourself of areas that require extra attention, create cleaning checklists for each room. You can skip areas that have not been cleaned in recent months and instead focus on those parts that were neglected during winter.
Clear and organize your clutter
Spring cleaning can be difficult without clearing out clutter. This can be done with a four-step system. Identify the problem areas, analyze the reasons behind clutter, find solutions and implement them. As you work through spring cleaning, it is a good idea to sort your belongings into four categories: store, trash, give away or put away. You should get rid of all clutter as soon as you can, regardless if it’s for a charity donation or a yard sale.
Get your Household involved
Spring cleaning, as well as downsizing, should be a family endeavor. Even children as young as five years old can help. So everyone feels included, assign age-appropriate chores. You can play music while you clean, or set up a reward for the household to motivate them to do their work.
Take on the Seasonal Chores
Seasonal chores are important, especially when you’re preparing for warmer weather. To get them done early, incorporate them into your spring cleaning routine. As soon as the weather is warm, take on outdoor chores like decluttering and cleaning out the patio and grills. You should also store winter clothes, bedding, decor, etc. To give your home a fresh look, pull out your spring pieces.
Limit the use of cleaning products to a minimum
Keep your spring cleaning supplies to a minimum if you have to buy new cleaning products. You don’t have to buy a lot of cleaning products if you don’t need them. Use a good all-purpose cleaner, and microfiber cloths. These items will be able to clean most surfaces in your house. You can then purchase specialty cleaning products as necessary.
Establish New Cleaning Habits
It’s a great way to develop cleaning habits that will make it easier to do your next spring cleaning. Don’t attempt to complete all your spring cleaning in one day, or even over a weekend. You can instead spend 15 minutes each day tackling items on your spring cleaning list. This will encourage you to tidy up every day for between 10 and 15 minutes after your spring cleaning is done.
Call Brunswick Organizing Solutions now if you need the help of an expert in decluttering, downsizing, or organizing your home.
Brunswick Organizing Solutions
Shallotte, NC 28470
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