Out With the Old, In With the New! Spring Cleaning Tips for Your Home

Spring Cleaning Tips For Your Home Hermosa Beach CA

With spring, comes spring cleaning. Check out these cleaning tips!

Beautiful weather, longer days, and some cleaning are staples of the new season. Be sure to freshen up your home in time for Spring. From the kitchen to the smoke detectors, be sure to get your home in tip-top shape with these spring cleaning tips.

De-stock the Fridge

From pickles to condiments, there are likely a few items in your fridge that have survived beyond their expiration date. Use the new season’s arrival as an opportunity to clear out what you don’t need. Once you thin your refrigerator’s contents, be sure to give the interior a good cleaning. Wipe up sticky spills and freshen up the smell by putting a new box of baking soda in the fridge to absorb odors.

Clean Your Carpets & Rugs

Be sure to deep clean your carpets. Dirt and dust can easily get stuck in the delicate fibers. While vacuuming is a great way to spot clean, be sure to give your carpets a good scrub a couple times per year. Use a shampooer or hire a professional.

Wash Your Curtains & Drapes

It’s likely been a while since you’ve properly cleaned your curtains. Use the new season as an excuse! Freshen up your home by vacuuming and steam-cleaning your curtains, or even swap out your heavy winter curtains for lighter ones. Just be sure to dry clean those with special cleaning instructions.

Be Sure to Battery Check

It’s a good idea to make sure that your household batteries are working properly. From emergency lights to your smoke detectors, be sure to check that they’re working properly and that they have new batteries every six months or so.

Make sure to deep clean your new home. If you’re in the process of looking for a new home, make sure you have experts on your side. To get dedicated service paired with top-tier escrow services when closing an escrow deal, contact Brighton Escrow. Our Hermosa Beach, California team is committed to helping you make the most of your escrow process.

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