If you have a lot of windows or hard to reach windows, you can also call local window washing companies who will come out and make your windows sparkle from top to bottom.
Vacuum your mattresses using a specialized attachment. Don’t forget to flip them over and rotate.
Wipe down your kitchen cabinets. You never realize how much gunk, grease, and grime has accumulated on your kitchen cabinets until you get up close and personal with them. Keeping up with kitchen grease is essential.
Don’t wait until it’s time to sell your home to scrub off years of accumulated gunk.
Before you kiss your heavy winter coats, boots, scarfs, hats, and gloves goodbye be sure to wash or dry-clean them before storing.
Also, as you’re going through your closets, donate old clothing that you did not wear in the fall or winter. What are the chances you’ll wear them next fall or winter?
It’s important to have your carpets professionally cleaned every year. Yes, get those carpets deep cleaned.
Don’t let the debris brought in from all of those holiday guests sit too long on your carpet. It just breaks down the fibers and makes carpets look old and dingy.
Give your light fixtures a thorough cleaning. Use a good cleaning solution to clean the lamps, ceiling lights, ceiling fans and chandeliers.
Clean the tracks on all outside leading doors and sliding glass doors.
In the winter, we have a lot more dirt and salt that we track in on our boots. Usually, debris lands right on our doorstep.
Gather up a scrub brush, good cleaning product and some of your elbow grease for the job. Scrub the track with a dry scrub brush to loosen any debris.
Vacuum out the door track before applying the cleaning product and water. Wipe down and repeat as needed.
Window sills and tracks
Even if you never open your windows in the winter, you’ll find that dirt, dust and dead insects have somehow found a way inside your home! How do those bugs get inside the window?
Use the same tips as I mentioned above for cleaning your door tracks. You may need some smaller tools such as a toothbrush to scrape away accumulated dirt.