That’s right, it’s that time of year again. Spring cleaning time! There are many benefits to spring cleaning your Wylie home and now is the perfect time to declutter, clean and organize. Here are a few of the best tips to help get you started!
The best place to start your spring cleaning process is by getting organized. Pick up the clutter in each room before you start your cleaning. Have designated containers near by: a box for garage sale, another for donation, and one for things to get rid of. Finally, put the things you are keeping in their rightful places and now you can get to cleaning!
Cleaning Your Carpet
Don’t skip over cleaning your carpet this spring. A clean carpet can easily change the look of your entire home. Which is why it is important to try to vacuum every day and remember to change the filters every so often. Did you know that walking around bare foot leaves natural oils that attract dirt? It’s true. Next time you go to take off your shoes, be sure to keep your socks on!
Care For Your Tiles
The same goes for taking care of your bathroom and kitchen tiles. Using a cleaner that has “neutral pH” on the label will work wonders! Or for an easily solution, simply mixing baking soda and water will also do the trick. Just pour ½ cup of baking soda into 2 gallons of water and mix!
Removing Stains From Countertops
We understand that getting rid of stains on countertops, especially granite, can be tricky. The quicker you wipe up the stain the better! For coffee and juice stains all it takes is a little hydrogen peroxide in water. You can also add a few drops of ammonia and your counter is as good as new.
Your home’s exterior deserves some spring cleaning love too! Giving your home’s exterior a good power wash will not only make your home look shine and leave the neighbors jealous, but it will also prevent the growth of mold and mildew. Don’t forget to clean out your gutters while you’re at it!
We hope that these useful tips will help make your spring cleaning go smoothly. Spring is a beautiful time in Wylie and at Bozman Farms. For more information about our community visit our website today!