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It’s that time of the year again… Spring Cleaning! At Neato Robotics, we have dedicated a lot of time into helping you keep your carpets and floors clean – with minimal hassle and effort on your part. For the other nooks and crannies of your home, we’ve rounded up some of the best cleaning bloggers on the web to share some of their best spring cleaning tips with you.
“Remember to clean soft surfaces too, like pillows, carpets and rugs, blankets, mattresses, upholstery and drapes. These collect dust, allergens, odours, dust mites, dander, and other unsavoury bits and pieces. Professional steam cleaners can be brought in to treat these surfaces, which provides great relief for allergy and asthma sufferers. Certain items like rugs, pillow cases, duvets and drapes can be brought to a dry cleaner and cleaned once a year for good measure. This will help keep the home odour and allergen free.”
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Jenn’s Spring Cleaning Tip:
“Spring cleaning can often be overwhelming so always go in with a plan and stick to it! Be realistic about the time that you have available and choose a space to clean that you can fully complete within that time frame. Gather all of your needed cleaning supplies before starting so you do not have to leave the room and risk the chance of distractions. When you are ready to start cleaning, work in a systematic pattern around the room – always cleaning from the top of the room to the bottom and from one side to the other to avoid having to clean the same area twice and cut down on cleaning time.”
“Spring is a time to start fresh. Make your way around the house clearing off surfaces and only put back what you really love.”
“My favorite spring cleaning tip is to put together a spring cleaning bucket or caddy just for spring cleaning. Grab it when you have a couple minutes or more to spring clean. Keep your supplies assembled and at the ready and spring clean when it works! Some of my favorite spring cleaning supplies are an extendable duster, microfiber cloths, all-purpose cleaner, dish soap, window cleaner, squeegee for washing windows, bucket, scrub brushes, a lint roller, garbage bags, and of course, a caddy or bucket to store the supplies in.”
“Make a plan. It will help you stay focused and work quickly. You can download my free customizable template here: http://www.idreamofclean.net/free-customizable-spring-cleaning-checklist/.”
“My favorite thing to do to freshen up my home in the early spring, BEFORE the pollen hits, is to open all the windows for a few hours, and let as much of that wonderful fresh air indoors as I can. We have brutal winters where I live, and with the house closed up tight in the winter, it seems to get what I call, “house-i-tosis” where my home gets stale and stuffy. So at the first sign of a warm sunny day, you can find me opening all the windows to clear out the stuffiness and let in the freshness!”
“Spring Clean all year long with us at http://SpringCleaning365.com. If you just do just one extra thing each day, your house can feel like it’s been “Spring Cleaned” all year long.”
“Take a picture, set a timer for five minutes, and working on a small, visible area of your home. When the timer goes off, take another picture. You’ll be amazed at the visible difference five minutes can make, and you’ll be encouraged to keep going in your decluttering efforts!”
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Check out the rest of these great blogs for more inspirational tips to get your house clean and organized this Spring!