Doing the laundry is one of those chores in the house that you either love or hate. Whatever your feelings towards this chore, this task will be a lot more pleasant if you have a well-organised laundry area.
You want your spring cleaners to be as environmentally friendly as the air that flows in through your windows. This is not difficult to do. Here are five tips for green spring cleaning.
Organising the hall cupboard does not have to be a nightmare, just take it one step at a time. Once you have it cleaned and organized, make sure you let everyone know so they can find their stuff as well as put it back when they are finished with it.
If you’re having an Easter staycation, the two bank holiday days will provide you with a great opportunity to complete those cleaning tasks around the house that never seem to get completed during the shorter weekends. It’s finally time for you to get them ticked off your growing to-do list.
Homeowners should regularly clean out their gutters and downspouts. Normally this task should be done at least twice a year in the spring and fall, but homes in heavily wooded areas may need more frequent attention. Attentive gutter cleaning is a viable alternative to gutter covers and other products.
As the warm weather emerges and all the signs of Spring make their appearance, cleaning may be the last thing on your mind. Spending time outside and in your garden can only be made possible, however, with some outdoor cleaning and straightening up.
A home, or office, filled with clutter can have tremendous effects on mental, physical, and emotional health. In addition to waging war on allergies, asthma, skin, and indoor air quality poor organisation can be overwhelming and make it difficult to effectively manage the day to day responsibilities.
Cleaning the bathroom involves cleaning tiles and removing any mould, mildew or soap scum that may have accumulated. Since bathrooms are heavily used and usually remain damp, tiles tend to get dirty very fast.