Cleaning and organizing is a practice, not a project.
Just when you thought cleaning your floors and surfaces was tough, imagine everywhere else you might have forgotten. Dirt and dust can build up in some unexpected places and it’s common to miss these spots in the house. Lucky for you, here are six common places in your house you might want to attend to.
The curtains in your home are the main catchers of dust and can easily become soiled when not paid attention to. Take the time to read the special cleaning instructions for your curtains to thoroughly clean out dirt and pollen. Try starting at the top of your curtains and clean your way down with a vacuum or damp cloth. Don’t forget to clean those shower curtains, too!
Under and around your home appliances are another common place people tend to forget to clean. Machines like our washer and dryer, fridge, and even dishwasher can easily build up grime, dust, and even food in and around their exteriors. Put in the effort to pull out these appliances and show some love to extend their wear.
People tend to forget to clean those throw pillows and cushion covers that’s constantly building up dust, dead skin cells, and other filthy particles. As most fabric are machine washable, be sure to read the cleaning directions for those that need a little extra care.
An entertainment center by itself is a huge investment, especially when you’ve spent tons of money on the latest system. A TV including the furniture it sits on can easily build up tons of dirt and dust and when left uncleaned for a while, it can look pretty embarrassing to guests. Be sure to wipe down or lightly dust around and through. Don’t forget about those remotes!
Just because you’ve taken out the trash doesn’t mean unwanted odor and bacteria goes out with it. It’s easy for leftover food or used bathroom products to get left behind in your trash can so take the time to scrub and wash the trash bins you have laying around the house.
One of the most common areas of your home that never gets cleaning attention are the those light switches, door knobs and handles that gets touched hundreds of times a day. Be sure to disinfect common doors and entryways to prevent germs and bacteria from being spread throughout the home.