The Task of Spring Cleaning in Reno
Do you ever feel like you have to sacrifice your time in order to get spring cleaning going? Here are tips to help you tackle spring cleaning without getting overwhelmed in the process.
According to an article at huffingtonpost.ca, “How to Tackle Spring Cleaning”
“Spring cleaning is no easy task, and if you have plenty of rooms and not enough hands to work with, a checklist can be the way to make your time more efficient and effective.
“Depending on the size of your house and your availability, spring cleaning should take between two days and a week,” says Alexandra Ross, president of Professional Organizers in Canada. And if you don’t like to clean at all, remember: you’ll get to open your windows for the first time in months and finally say goodbye to winter.
When we say checklists, by the way, we do mean more than one. Ross says make a list of each room that needs a full sweep and another list of what needs to be done in each area. Go through the rooms you hate cleaning first (hello, office!) or spread them out in between less tedious tasks.
“People dread paperwork and junk drawers/areas the most because there are a lot of decisions to make,” she says. Ross recommends starting in the bedroom and getting the whole family involved if you can.” To read the entire article click here.