Spring Cleaning | Tips and Checklists to Deep Clean Like a Pro!
Spring arrived in March. Have you tackled your spring cleaning projects yet? If not, use our tips and checklists to get the process kick-started. These tips and checklists will have you cleaning like a pro in no time! Of course, if you have been putting spring cleaning off because you simply don’t have time or can’t stand the annual chore, give us a call to connect directly with your local Molly Maid. Click here to request service in your area.
Top 3 Spring Cleaning Tips for 2013
In this post, we round up our top tips for spring cleaning: Use the keep, donate or trash method of cleaning; dust your home; and organize what you plan to keep. We also look at scientific research into how clutter affects women and men deal differently. Read all about it in Top 3 Spring Cleaning Tips for 2013.
One-Day Deep-Cleaning Projects: Bedroom, Bathroom & Kitchen
Spring proves the perfect time for deep cleaning, especially in areas of the country where you close up the home to keep out cold winter weather. Warmer temps allow you to throw open the windows and doors to air out your home while cleaning up the dust and winter debris. Read our One-Day Deep-Cleaning Projects: Bedroom, Bathroom & Kitchen to learn how to deep clean those rooms in less time than you would expect, so you can get outside and enjoy the spring weather.
Closet Organization | A Spring Clean of the Bedroom Closet
Bedroom closets can benefit from a spring cleaning this time of year, and we show you how to put the keep, donate, trash method to use in the smallest rooms of your house. We also offer tips on how to keep closets clean, such as choosing a laundry day and sticking to it. Follow our tips to get your bedroom closets organized and keep it that way in Closet Organization | A Spring Clean of the Bedroom Closet.
Spring Cleaning Tips Using Household Products
We also share our tips for using regular household products to create spring-cleaning solutions. For example, did you know that rubbing alcohol, vinegar and dishwashing soap combine to make an excellent cleaner that leaves behind no streaks? Get more helpful advice in our Spring Cleaning Tips Using Household Products post.
Cleaning Hardwood Floors and Keeping the Dirt Out
If you have hardwood floors, this is a must-read post. We take you step by step through how to clean your floors, both every day and when you need to deep clean. We also offer tips on how to stop dirt at the door — mats at every entry point! — from the feet of humans and pets. Read more in Cleaning Hardwood Floors and Keeping the Dirt Out.
Spring Cleaning Tips for the Office
Do you have a home office? Or a small office away from the home for your family business? Then this post will come in handy. Using our own offices in Ann Arbor, Michigan, as an example, we take you through the many steps involved in keeping a work space — whether shared by one or several employees — neat and tidy. We also throw in a few statistics to inspire you to clean. For example, did you know that the typical desk is capable of supporting up to 10 million bacteria? That’s 400 times more germs than the average toilet seat! Get cleaning with help from these Spring Cleaning Tips for the Office.