Do you feel the need to clean once spring arrives? Are you ready? Because the time is almost near.
I can’t say I’m all that enthused, though I’ll definitely take advantage to purge and spruce. A good once over is never a bad thing. However, I don’t want to waste away my days picking up. I am not an expert, and I don’t even play one on TV, but here are a few tips to make spring cleaning go as quickly as possible:
Purchase good cleaning products
There’s nothing worse than having to fight with the products that are meant to help. So be sure to stock up on cleaning products you trust. That doesn’t mean they have to be expensive.
Set a schedule
Think about your rooms and make a daily practical to-do list around each. Then try to get as much done as possible so you’re not far behind. Though if you do fall behind, don’t stress. Half of what you have listed probably doesn’t really need cleaned, anyway.
Know what’s most important
Which now leads me to my next tip: what will make your life better and more efficient? Think about those items and make sure they get done first. For instance, clearing out a closet is probably more important to your overall well-being than wiping down baseboards.
Wipe out germs
At the end of it all, as you should every day actually, hit everything you can down with disinfectant. Get rid of those germs. It’s time they get kicked out with the trash more than anything. It’s also important to make sure you’re clean yourself, which can be done with the help of liquid antiseptic, which will clear away bacteria and can also help with cuts and abrasions.
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