Spring is not the only season of the year it pays to clean and organize your home. Fall is a great time to put aside your summer clothes, decorations, etc. and start figuring out where you tossed your winter attire, umbrellas and everything else.
These cleaning tips here will help get you prepared for the cold, yet short winter days when there never seems to be enough time to get things done.
Apart from regular maintenance, this is the time to get rid of all the cans and bottles that have taken up place under the sink, remove and clean the ceiling fixtures, replace the shelf liners and wash the curtains. This is also a perfect time to clean the following appliances:
The dishwasher which sole purpose is to get things clean can also get dirty. You can use baking soda and a sponge to wipe it down. If there are some stubborn stains, use a plastic scrubber.
If you don't like stove cleaning and stove cleaners, you can think about placing a cup of ammonia in a ceramic dish in the oven overnight or heat the oven to warm to ease the process. Be sure to open all windows and don't forget to wear gloves. You can clean the oven with baking soda too.
Remove all the products, as well as the trays, bins, racks and shelves. Wash everything with an antibacterial cleaner. Before you put the products back, check their expiration date. Keep your refrigerator smell sweet by putting an open box of baking soda on one of the shelves.
During the cold days we stay at our homes more, and while we are drinking tea inside, we are trapping mold, dander and dust that can make us sick. So, before the cold days arrive make sure that you get your home as clean as you can:
Poor roof gutter maintenance can result in leaks, and problems with doors and windows. The easiest way to clean the gutters is the day after a light rain. If your house have a low sloping roof, you may be able to use a leaf blower as well.