With spring season here what better way to start it off by cleaning your place for real. Not the old wipe down, sweep, and mop, but the real detailed cleaning that will make your place look and smell like it was just bought off a retail store.
Here are 5 effective spring cleaning tips you should use:
How To Clean Carpets and Upholstery
Taking care of your carpets and upholstery is tough. Dirt and germs accumulate throughout the year making it more and more easier to notice the uncleanliness. Instead of hiring a professional carpet and upholstery cleaner you can take matters on your own hands by just renting a piece of equipment called a carpet cleaner.
Before beginning the shampooing process, practice outside so you won’t mess up anything on the real subjects. Once you’re done, place wax papers on the corners of furniture to protect both the furniture and carpet.
How To Clean Your Refrigerator
The best no nonsense way to clean your refrigerator is by making a mixture of salt and soda water which you can easily buy for a dollar a pop at your local bargain store. The gas and the salt texture combine to clean your refrigerator like the real deal. After you are finished, leave an open container of baking soda overnight to deodorize it or If you are a fan of the smell of coffee like myself, leave some ground coffee.
How To Apply Finish To Your Floors
Applying finish to your floors is a great way to protect them from wear and tear as well as a way to make them look they were just bought from Home Depot. The best no nonsense way to clean your floors is by using a wash plus wax cleaner. For wood floors, I recommend a wood floor cleaner with a wax coating product after, and make sure to move furniture and rugs before applying.
How To Clean Your Windows
For window cleaning, you should have a strip applicator and squeegee. Wash your windows with the strip applicator to prevent scratching and efficiently getting all the stuck dirt out. Then wipe it down with the squeegee, starting from the top left in a s-shape. Use a towel, preferably a chamois to wipe off residue and dry off your windows.
How To Clean Your Ceiling Fan
For ceiling fan cleaning, we recommend a somewhat unorthodox method. Using an old pillow case, wipe each blade with the inside of the case and then throw it in the washer. This will prevent that nasty dirt and dust that accumulates up there from falling on your floor.