SPRING DEEP CLEANING

Dated: May 20 2020

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It always feels good to open the windows, bring in the fresh air and give your home a good cleaning when spring arrives. But, this year, you may be thinking of going a bit further to banish grime – and germs – with a deep dive into the spring-cleaning ritual. 

Beyond the usual vacuuming and mopping, Houzz  details 20 other cleaning tasks that will leave your home sparkling. Houzz contributor Laura Gaskill suggests paying attention to light fixtures, door knobs, bookshelves, small appliances and grout, as well as all those places where dust collects unseen, like underneath beds, area rugs, upholstered furniture and the tops of window frames. The other benefit?  With so many people confined to home, a deep spring cleaning will help you pass the time.  You might even enlist the kids or spouse and make it a family project!

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Barbara and Bill Baldwin

Bill & Barbara Baldwin are licensed PA Real Estate Agents who work diligently with our buyers on the purchase of their new home. They will initially meet with the buyers to gain a full understanding o....

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