SPRING CLEANING? DON’T FORGET THESE 6 THINGS IN YOUR HOME!
Spring is the perfect time to enjoy the warm weather and the great outdoors, but it’s also the favorite period to invite friends and family over. But, as much as this hurts to write, we will probably be spending most of spring indoors this year. Without any visitors. Either way, there’s no better time to deep clean every nook and cranny in your home. Who are we kidding? What else is there to do?
Spring is the time of year when most people go into somewhat of a “frenzy” to do some serious house cleaning. During the winter your windows and doors are mostly closed. The lack of airflow causes a higher degree of dirt and dust to get trapped. Your carpets, rugs and furniture fibers are basically filters that trap dirt and dust like there’s no tomorrow. But have no fear, some great tips are near!
At Mr. Timesaver, we’re built upon the importance of human help, giving people their valuable time back and committed to providing the highest level of quality and service. As the Coronavirus pandemic spreads around the world, we think it’s a good time to understand how cleaning and disinfecting your home can help prevent the spread of viruses and diseases and what you can do to reduce the risk of infection in your home. Remember, protecting yourself against COVID-19 begins at home.
In this blog we’ll share 6 important parts of your house that need to be cleaned asap. Of course, all parts of your home need your cleaning attention, but we’ll talk about the parts that need spring cleaning the most. These are the areas that tend to get the dirtiest in the house and are often overlooked, especially #2. We also included a bonus section to tackle disinfecting your home. Bye bye corona virus!
WHAT DO MOST PEOPLE EXPECT FROM SPRING CLEANING YOUR HOME?
Most people thoroughly clean their home in the springtime simply because it is habit or tradition they’ve developed. When your home has that clean feeling, you tend to feel better about yourself and appreciate your belongings more. It’s an opportunity to open your windows and let some fresh air flow through your home, something you’ve not been able to do since the late fall season.