It’s clear to spring has come to Wisconsin. The temperatures are rising, snow is thawing and the spring mud is threatening our homes. That’s right: threatening. While Wisconsinites love spring, trying to keep your home clean and tackle spring cleaning among the mud is a challenge for even the most fastidious homeowner. What’s even more of a challenge is trying to stay organized in your spring cleaning efforts (and to keep your family on task).
Take a deep breath. Don’t worry. We’ve come up with a spring cleaning checklist suitable for most Wisconsin homeowners so you can check off your finished spring cleaning tasks:
- Cleaning your appliances (including the dishwasher, fridge, washer or stove).
- Removing spider webs.
- Window cleaning.
- Dusting ceiling fans and washing light fixture coverings.
- Blind and curtain cleaning.
- Clean the top of cabinets.
- Grout cleaning.
- Carpet and floor cleaning.
- Power washing your house.
- Vent cleaning.
- Washing comforters and quilts.
- Fireplace stone/tile and mantle clean up.
- Cleaning sliding door tracks.
- Scrub down showers.
- Dust inside of cabinets.
If you are a fastidious homeowner who doesn’t have time to clean up that spring mud, and get all the other essential spring cleaning tasks done, contact a professional cleaner who can give your home a deep spring clean. Enjoy your finished checklist of spring cleaning tasks, and then head outside with your fellow Wisconsinites to enjoy the warm spring temperatures.