4 Must-Have Items for Your Spring Cleaning Checklist

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Items for Your Spring Cleaning

Are you ready to tackle your spring cleaning early? 

4 Must-Have Items for Your Spring Cleaning Checklist. There are many chores that we do on a daily basis, like taking the trash out or washing the dishes. But the bigger tasks are often reserved for once every few months. With the onset of warmer weather, it’s the perfect reminder that it is time to dust off the ceiling fans or clean out your oven. 

Keep reading for a cleaning list that will help you get your house in order — just in time for spring!

  1. Clean Light Fixtures

Most people don’t clean their light fixtures very often. It’s a task that is often overlooked due to the frequent use of the fixture. You should dust your lighting on a monthly basis to prevent a layer of dust or collection of dead bugs from forming. 

Using a clean cloth, wipe the fixture pan or globe, and then the light bulb. Make sure the light has been off long enough for it to be cool to the touch. Not only does cleaning it make it look better, but you will also notice the light shining much brighter. 

  1. Dust the Blinds

Blinds have a tendency to collect a lot of dust. They can often be overlooked when you’re doing your routine cleaning. But don’t leave them off of your spring cleaning checklist. 

Start by using an electrostatic duster to remove most of the dust. Then, using a soft cloth dipped in warm water and white vinegar solution, wipe each slat clean. To help repel dust, you can finish the job by wiping the slats with a dryer sheet. 

  1. Clear the Air
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If you’ve had the windows closed all winter, it’s time to embrace the warm weather and leave them open for a few hours during the day. This will help air the house out, improve the air quality, and clear out any musty odors. 

While you are airing out the house, you should also dust the ceiling fan blades, replace air vents, and do some vent cleaning. This will help remove some of the dust from the air and freshen things up at the same time. 

  1. Scrub Appliances

It’s easy to overlook the inside of your appliances during your normal cleaning routines unless a major spill has taken place. You should plan on doing a deep scrub of your oven, refrigerator, and microwave every so often to keep them working optimally. 

Most ovens have a self-cleaning setting that will help burn off most spills. Then you can use some oven cleaner to wipe out the ash and grime.

Clear out all the food from your refrigerator, throwing out anything that has expired. Then wipe the shelves and interior with warm soapy water. 

Start Making Your Spring Cleaning List Today

These are some of the most common areas of your home that need to be added to your spring cleaning list today.

A thorough dusting of your light fixtures, blinds, ceiling fans, and vents will help improve the air quality in your home. The appliances in your home should also receive a thorough clean which will help improve food quality and performance. 

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