It’s that time of year again. Time to open up the windows and let the fresh spring air in again, but it’s also time to get out the buckets, mops and sponges. Here’s a few tip and techniques from the pros over at Zillow.com to make your spring cleaning chores a bit easier.
The phrase “spring cleaning” evokes images of turning the house inside out, scouring every corner and banishing every last particle of dust.
But let’s be real: It’s hard to find the time for scouring, much less banishing.
And your time is valuable.
Keeping that in mind, we’ve put together the five cleaning tasks with the most impact — the most “bang for your buff,” if you will. (Although, none of them require actual buffing.)
To help you master this lean, mean spring cleaning, we turned to the experts.
Two Expert Tips
Historically, spring cleaning comes from the time before central air and heating, when windows were shut all winter and opened in the spring.
“People couldn’t do a lot of their cleaning while stuck inside. Now, with proper ventilation, we can clean any time of the year,” says Melissa Homer, Chief Cleaning Officer of MaidPro. “Spring is just traditional.”
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