Good morning and happy almost-Spring! (#springiscoming #countingthedays) We’ve gathered some of our favorite tips from around the internet for this ultimate guide to spring cleaning. Are you a Spring cleaning fanatic? Do you Kon Mari or do you prefer a little clutter?
It’s finally time to jettison those expired foods and medicines, dried-up pens and markers, single socks and old greeting cards!
Bonus tip from us: Learn how to safely dispose of batteries in your area, and find out what can be recycled.)
This list comes from Martha Stewart, so you know it’s going to be thorough! It even includes restocking your cleaning supplies, ensuring fire safety, and cleaning your window treatments.
How to Reduce Dust in Your Home
It’s probably best not to visualize all of the tiny particles of dust and bacteria we can’t see with the naked eye. But this is a helpful guide to preventing accumulation of it in those hard-to-reach places like the top of the microwave, the vanity lights above your bathroom mirror, your laptop keyboard and ceiling fan blades.
20 Ways to Revitalize Your Outdoor Space for Spring
Number 7: Add some bright flowers or greenery to your outdoor living space to liven things up.
Check out our Lawn and Garden section for new bird feeders, bird baths and bird houses, fairy gardens, lawn sculptures, lanterns, rain gauges, thermometers, wind chimes, planters and more!
More blog posts about Spring Cleaning:
Spring Cleaning Tips From Around the ‘Net
Have a terrific weekend!