In part two of my three-part series, I’m going to talk about the public areas of your home, and give you a Spring Cleaning Checklist to go with it. (Further on in the blog post there is a printable checklist for you)!
Spring Cleaning Checklist – Public
Just what are the public areas of your home? Those would be the ones that casual guests in your house may be expected to wander into – such as the living room or the kitchen. Part three of the series will talk about the private areas of your home, stay tuned!
Spring Cleaning Checklist – General
In a previous blog post I gave you a spring cleaning checklist that goes over things that need spring cleaning that you are most likely to find in every room of your home. If you haven’t read that yet (or watched the video) here is a link:
Run empty with a dishwasher cleaner (CLICK TO WATCH THE HOW-TO VIDEO NOW)
Lime deposits around faucets
Thoroughly clean cabinet doors and knobs
Organize (pull everything out and put back in a logical manner)
Toss expired food
Clean under knobs
Empty and toss expired foods
Clean entire interior
Wipe all exterior surfaces included top
Clean seals around doors with toothbrush
Pull fridge out and sweep and mop floor underneath
Change water filter on ice maker
Living Room/Family Room:
take them down, remove hooks and run them through an air-fluff cycle in the dryer with a damp towel (to attract the dust) for 15 minutes. Re-hang immediately.
Consider having professionally cleaned
Thoroughly clean all of them
Here is printable version of the checklist –