Since we are so busy and so many of us ladies work outside the home it gets harder to do spring cleaning. But it does help with keeping our homes clean and us healthy if we do the spring cleaning.
So here are the tips that Jennifer talks about to help get it done quicker.
* Instead of spending an entire day washing, drying and ironing all of your curtains and bedding, place them in the dryer with a damp rag. While it is essential to get the dust and dirt buildup off, this way gets 90 percent of the debris off and save hours of time.
* To clean dust from the ceiling fan, place the an old pellowcase over the blade. Push down while pulling the pillowcase off the blade. The dust goes into the open pillowcase and not on the floor to be cleaned up later. It saves you time and a mess. This does require the use of a ladder or step stool to get to the blades so be careful when climbing.
* Washing windows by putting a microfiber cloth ( blue microfiber cloths generally have the finest weave) in water, wringing it out and wiping the window. Have one wet and one dry, wipe on with the wet one hand and dry with the other. This saves steps and still gets the window clean.
* Removing the dust from the walls by using a damp microfiber mop and lightly mopping the walls of the rooms, including behind the couch and other hidden spots. You will save hours of time and you do not need a ladder in most rooms when using the mop with its long handle, much better than hand washing the walls. I use this all the time in my cleaning business, I love this one.
I hope that these tips help when it comes to your spring cleaning. I like them and use them myself so I know that they work.
D&D Taking Out The Trash, LLC