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Tips on How To Make Spring Cleaning Easy

Tips on How To Make Spring Cleaning Easy
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It’s that wonderful time of the year when the birds are singing, the flowers are blooming and the days are getting longer and warmer. A glorious time of awakening nature and new beginnings. However, spring is also the time for spring cleaning. Before you start feeling overwhelmed at the thought of a big spring cleaning, we're here to help. Spring cleaning can be a great experience, especially if you think about the reward at the end. Refreshing your home also allows you to refresh your body, mind and soul. Therefore, if you haven't done it already, we'll help you. Continue reading for tips on spring cleaning and organizing that will have you falling in love with your house all over again!

Spring Cleaning or a Fresh Start?

A clean home resembles a fresh start after a long winter. Everything is brighter and shines with new energy. A clean home can boost your immune system and help you fight allergies by removing deposits of germs, bacteria, dust and allergens. A clean home can reduce stress and depression, and a sense of accomplishment gives the brain a neurological reward. Spring cleaning has physical and emotional benefits that don't just end with a clean home. It's so good for you, that you can count it as part of your self-care. 

Now that you know what spring cleaning can do for you, all you need is a little time and motivation. Spring cleaning can be as easy as 1, 2, 3. Just follow the three steps below and welcome the energy of spring into your home and life.

  1. Plan and Preparation

One of the best spring-cleaning hacks is an old one—they say that an hour of preparation saves several hours of work. Make a list of everything you want to do, then decide which tools, appliances, and cleaning products you will use. Get everything you need before starting to work.

  1. Divide and Conquer

Instead of constantly cleaning over the weekend, which will leave you feeling tired as if you just ran a marathon, break all the tasks on your list into smaller sub-tasks and spread them throughout the week. On Monday, focus on washing the windows. On Tuesday, focus on scrubbing the floors clean, etc. One task a day will make spring cleaning less of a chore. Give yourself grace, and take your spring cleaning one step at a time. Spring also brings some rainy days, so it's better to enjoy the sunny days outside and leave the cleaning for the cloudy ones.

  1. Work Smarter, Not Harder

Change your perspective on spring cleaning by changing your mindset and turning every chore into a fun activity. Play music that you love and pretend the vacuum cleaner is a microphone. Get your kids into the game by setting a timer for five minutes and having a little competition to see who can clean up the fastest. Afterwards, enjoy an ice cream on the sofa, or a glass of wine in a warm bath after cleaning the bathroom, or a nice, long nap after cleaning the living room.

Spring cleaning is what you make it. It can be stressful, tiring and time-consuming. But it can also be a great opportunity to spend quality time with your family and bring new energy and life into your home. The choice is yours.

If cleaning your oven is on your spring cleaning list and you have one of the latest models, you can cross it off the list right away. You simply need to pour water into the pan and put it in the oven, or turn on the self-cleaning feature after baking, leave for half an hour and the oven will clean itself. If cleaning the oven after every bake is too much for you, how does once a month sound to you? Many ovens at Townappliance.com have a pyrolytic self-cleaning feature. A push of a button and a minute of time to eject the ash is all it takes for a stain-free and grease-free oven.

And finally, the washing machine. Even though its job is to do the laundry, it too needs the occasional spring cleaning to keep it in top shape. Fortunately, your washing machine can do it on its own with its special empty cycles for cleaning. The same principle works for your dishwasher.

The best way to make the most of spring cleaning is to make it fun for you. Think of all the benefits it brings after the process is done. If you feel that part of your spring cleaning includes upgrading your appliances, please visit our website at Townappliance.com where you can find a vast selection of appliances for any budget. If you need some help in your decision making process, our highly experienced staff is available to provide their valuable assistance.

Feeling better about spring cleaning? We are happy to help make your tasks easier for you and give you a roadmap for tackling spring cleaning. Here at Town Appliance, we have all the necessary tools that are designed to make cleaning your home as simple as possible.

Daniel Kraftman Author

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Daniel Kraftmann

Seasoned professional with a background in mechanical engineering, boasts over a decade of invaluable experience in the dynamic world of e-commerce.

For the past five years, he has dedicated his expertise to the appliance industry, becoming well-versed in the intricacies of home appliances, their cutting-edge technology, and ever-evolving features.

As a passionate mechanical engineering enthusiast, Daniel keeps a vigilant eye on emerging trends and innovations in the appliance sector. With a profound understanding of both the engineering principles and the consumer demands, he brings a unique blend of knowledge and practical insight to his blogs.

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