3 Ways to Keep Your Home or Office Clean Year Round
While Scruples Maid Service is committed to getting your home or office as clean as possible, we also want to make sure that we provide you with valuable tips that you can put to good use. Even though spring is winding down, you still have time to squeeze in some much needed spring cleaning around your home or business. Before you get started, make sure that you’re properly prepared so that your spring cleaning doesn’t turn into a spring disaster.
1. Make a Plan
The very first thing that you’ll want to do is take a walk around your home or business to see which cleaning projects need to be tackled and make a list. Stick to one room at a time when you finally do start cleaning so that you don’t feel so overwhelmed with the process. It’s also a good idea to break up your cleaning over several days if there’s a lot that needs to be done.
2. A Little Organization Goes a Long Way
Once you’ve made out your cleaning plan, decide which cleaning products and supplies that you’ll need to get everything done. Make sure you have enough furniture polish, glass cleaner, vacuum bags and the like. This is also the time where you’ll want to make sure that your brooms, mops and other cleaning tools are all in good condition.
3. Keep Up With Your Regular Housework
Just because you’ll soon be doing spring cleaning doesn’t mean that you should slack on the regular housework. Make sure that you keep up with your regular cleanings in order that you can get an early start on spring cleaning and so you’ll know which areas of your home or business will need more attention than others.
As you’re making your spring cleaning checklist, keep an eye out for any items that you might want to get rid of so that you can either donate them or have a yard sale to make a bit of extra money.
If you find that your spring cleaning plan is simply too much for one or two people to take on, the cleaning professionals of Scruples Maid Service are here to help. Request a quote today and we’ll fit you in our schedule.