Despite using my zone cleaning lists year-round, I love spring cleaning! Especially this year – we’ve dealt with so many germs over the winter that all I want to do is sanitize the entire house. Seriously.
Did you catch my #1 tip for fighting germs?
Start fresh this spring with a deep cleaning of your home before school ends and the kids are home for the summer. It’s easy to set up new cleaning routines for summer once your home is in order with everything clean and in its place.
The Ultimate Spring Cleaning Guide
Last month, I wrote a 2-part series on spring cleaning for my friend Christina of It is a Keeper. While zone cleaning helps you keep your home reasonably clean year-round, springtime is the perfect time for yearly tasks like wiping off light bulbs and cleaning windows. These spring cleaning tasks will let more light in your home and freshen it up for summertime entertaining.
How to Purge a Room
Spring cleaning and Lent bring with them the desire to simplify, to purge our homes. I’ve broken down purging one room in your home into 8 actionable steps, available for free to daily email subscribers. Grab your copy today!
Keep Your Home Spring Cleaning Fresh Year-Round
To keep spring cleaning manageable, make a habit of zone cleaning or deep cleaning year-round. By tackling deep cleaning tasks like washing curtains on a regular basis, you can focus on projects like cleaning out the garage when the weather warms up.
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