What constitutes “spring cleaning” is different from one person to the next. In general, this once-a-year task covers the big stuff – floors and baseboards, walls, windows and window treatments, ceiling fans, area rugs and carpets, underneath heavy furniture pieces and appliances – you get the picture.
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Experiencing the post-holidays/pre-spring cleaning blahs? You know, you stand in the middle of the room and spot the holly candle ring that didn’t make it into the bin with the rest of the holiday decorations, the sparkle of glitter still clinging to the upholstery after flying off
Housecleaning, as an activity, has the unfortunate distinction of having accumulated more gadgets than tools. Maybe it’s because it isn’t esteemed enough to merit the distinction of its own tools. Baloney! Anything that takes this much time needs its own tools. Any other task that is taken
Before you begin shopping for new patio furniture, outdoor pillows or strands of lights in anticipation of spending some time outside, you should take a quick look around at the dirt and dust that has accumulated all winter long. This is the time to focus on windows,
Spring is almost here (finally!). This is the time to start thinking about doing some spring cleaning. If you would rather be doing just about anything else besides cleaning, then you might want to take a look at our book, Spring Cleaning. It is a book about