Spring is here, and that means it’s time for homeowners to start the spring cleaning process. Every homeowner has a different list of things that require attention, but these spring cleaning tips will make it easier to get the job done quickly and efficiently.

Start at the Top and Work Your Way Down

The best spring cleaning tips are the ones that you might not think of yourself. You might be tempted to start at eye-level, but always start higher, like with the ceiling fans and crown molding. Get up there and get those areas thoroughly cleaned and dusted. While it will make a huge difference at home, it’s also going to make a huge mess on the floor. It’s always better to make a mess on a dirty floor than the one you just vacuumed or mopped. While you are up there, remember to also dust any ceiling vents.

Don’t Forget the Walls

You’ll need to dust the walls next because they are prone to growing cobwebs and accumulating dust. Additionally, your walls can even harbor little fingerprints. Don’t bypass artwork and photos, either. The blinds in your windows are also dirty, though they’re rarely fun to clean. These things might seem tedious, but they make a big difference in how clean your house looks and feels when you’re done.

Get to the Bottom of Things

Your floors, your baseboards, and even the trim on the ground at all your exit doors need to be cleaned. However, that’s not all you need to get to the bottom of. Only the best spring cleaning tips remind you to open all your appliances and clean those, too. Your fridge should be emptied and cleaned. The oven needs a deep cleaning and the microwave should be scrubbed. While there are plenty of useful tips for cleaning these things, it’s best to check with the owner’s manuals that came with your appliances. Some might require special cleaning products and tools, and it’s always better to know this ahead of time.

Apply the Best Spring Cleaning Tips to Cleaning the Drawers and Closets

Few things in life are as tedious as cleaning out dressers, nightstands, desks, kitchen and bathroom drawers, and closets. However, it does need to be done. Your mind is more at peace when your life is in order. You’re more capable of functioning properly and getting more accomplished when you are organized. Get rid of old trash, things you don’t need, things that don’t fit, and things you no longer want. Without all the clutter, you’ll feel so much lighter.

Host a yard sale, donate all the items you no longer want to charity, or sell them online. Spring cleaning is a great way to make a little money in addition to turning your home into a well-organized, clean, and functional space. You know what needs to be done in your home, so add those tasks to the list. An organized home leads to a calmer and happier life.

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