Here are my Ten Home Spring Cleaning Tips for anyone who wants to give their home a thorough clean. Now spring has arrived (The astronomical spring begins on 20 March 2019 and ends on 21 June 2019), my Ten Home Spring Cleaning Tips might be very handy!

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Ten Home Spring Cleaning Tips

1. Prepare by deciding how and when you are going to tackle the spring cleaning and put the date(s) in your diary

2. Buy all the necessary items to do the job which includes cleaning products, cloths, feather dusters, mops, etc

3. Declutter your home first to get rid of anything you don’t want to keep, broken objects, furniture and rubbish

4. Look up at the ceiling and tackle any cobwebs which have been forming in the corners and vacuum them away using an extension nozzle. Also dust the pendant light shades

5. Move furniture in each room to clean behind and underneath, don’t forget to give these items of furniture a wipe down while you’re at it

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6. Pay attention to your floors which might need a vacuum, steam clean or mop and wipe down the skirting boards

7. Clean your windows inside and out which includes the frames

8. Wipe over all your internal and external doors and polish the handles

9. Give your kitchen a deep clean which includes the oven, hob, fridge, cupboards and behind the kick boards

10. Give your bathrooms a thorough clean which includes the tiles and grout lines, the extractor fan, bathroom suite and storage cupboards

Ten Home Spring Cleaning Tips Advice

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Spring cleaning your house doesn’t have to be a chore. Sure no one really likes cleaning, but you can get yourself organised and you’ll feel happier about that. If you have a small apartment, then you could do your spring cleaning in one go. If you have a large property perhaps you should think about splitting up this task. You could either tackle one room before you move on to the next. Or you might prefer to put aside a portion of time and do what you can. Whatever works for you is fine. If you have one room which is particularly daunting, you should start there to get it over and done with. Then the next room is going to be a lot easier! Reward yourself with some something lovely when you’ve finished the job.

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Author: Homegirl London. Thanks: No one assisted with this feature. Photographs: Garden Trading and featured image from Dunelm.