When tackling this task, it's best to start from the top and work your way down. Start with curtains and other fabric items in the room before moving on to furniture such as sofas, chairs, and benches. Then, suck the dust out of the fabric window curtains with the upholstery accessory. Do you think your washing machine is one of the cleanest places in your house? Think about it again.
Dirty clothes can fill your washing machine (and future loads of laundry) with bacteria and viruses. To keep it fresh, leave the washing machine empty with a cup of bleach once a week. To kill germs, wash and dry clothes at the highest temperature the fabric can handle. In addition to daily disinfecting faucets, door knobs, and toilet handles, it's essential that you thoroughly clean your bathroom at least once a week.
Refreshing your outdoor spaces with a good spring cleaning is important so that you can enjoy the space when the weather improves. If you're using your garage or outdoor shed as storage space for things that don't fit inside the house, consider adding this step-by-step strategy to your spring cleaning to-do list.