There’s nothing that feels as fresh and satisfying like a little spring cleaning — and it can start whenever you’ve got five minutes and an urge to freshen up after a long winter inside.
If Spring Cleaning had a date, that date would be April 1st according with the Greek calendar and other Orthodox nations. It is traditional to clean the house thoroughly either right before or during the first week of Great Lent, which is referred to as Clean Week. Cleaning itself sounds boring and sometimes exhaustive, but we have some tips that can make your spring cleaning a little fun, practical and easy. One of the best thing you can do is do not wait until the dirt accumulate but keep your house a little clean everyday, especially bathrooms and the kitchen.
Instead of just wiping down the inside, make sure you take to the outdoors with a Glass Cleaner during spring cleaning season to remove spots and smudges you don’t usually have time to tackle. Pro tip? Wash them on a cloudy day to ensure that the sun won’t dry the cleanser before you’re done wiping.
Even though you might think you should mop your wooden floors every week, this chore could ruin them. Instead, you should only wet-clean them once every one to two months with Floor Cleaner Spray, and spot-clean as needed. Then make sure you use trivets or saucers under plants to avoid water damage and use furniture protectors to avoid scratches.