Spring Cleaning Lists and How To Clean Painted Walls and Furniture

8 Apr

Warm spring breezes are finally arriving, and many people are doing some cleaning and organizing around the house.

Lately, I’ve really been struggling to keep my children’s clothes organized. Or even just in their drawers! They were constantly spilling out. When I shared this with a friend she responded: “I find the less stuff I have, the less I need to do to care for it.” It was great advice.  I gave away all the clothes they had outgrown, or never wore and now their clothes fit easily into their dresser.

So consider doing a throw away/give away culling of your home this month- and enjoy less “stuff” to take care of.

Cleaning bucket

For the things you keep- I found two great lists of spring cleaning chores to guide your cleaning.

www.idreamofclean.net
www.rightathome.com

For cleaning painted walls or furniture:
1. Wipe off dust and dirt with a clean, damp rag.
2.Use a non-abrasive cleaner diluted in warm water to wipe off stubborn dirt and germs.
3. Keep a toothbrush and a few q-tips handy for getting into the crevices of furniture.

What are your best spring cleaning tips?

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