Spring Cleaning Tips from Liberty Moving will Make Your Move Easier
Shake, wash, and swat them with a broom. Give the toughest cleaning they can take so they are welcoming as ever.
Fabrics that have absorbed the dirt and germs of the winter season will need a deep cleaning to be prepared for another year of wear. Instead of hiring a pro, create a white vinegar and baking soda mixture to clear stains for a bright, fresh carpet ready to last all spring long.
Wax or apply a sealer to your floors to protect them from damage. The simplest method would be to use a combination wash-and-wax floor cleaner to get the job done more efficiently.
The best combination is a soda water & salt mixture that will make your fridge look squeaky clean.
If there is a lime build up around your faucet, soak paper towels in vinegar and set over the fixtures for one hour. The deposits will become softer and easy to remove. (This tip also works on bathroom showerheads and drains)
Use a rag and some soapy water to get rid of any marks or residue, and then dry them with another clean rag. Hint: windshield suqeegees work wonders, as well!
7. Comforters, Blankets, Pillows
They may not need a deep clean, but it is always good to air them out after being closed up for long months in your home. Hang them outside on a clothesline for the day and they’ll look and feel good as new.