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5 spring cleaning tips

5 spring cleaning tips
News from Grand Forks Herald:

With the calendar flipping to spring, many will take part in the annual ritual of spring cleaning.

For many, that could be fruitful effort, while others struggle to thoroughly clean their places.

Katie Stauss, president of Maid Simple, a cleaning service in Grand Forks, said spring is in fact the busiest time of year for her company, but spring cleaning doesn’t have to be as difficult as many make it out to be.

Stauss said knowing how to properly approach cleaning the house can make all of the difference.

She said knowing some of the most commonly missed places are higher up and harder to reach, such as the tops of cabinets, the top of window frames and doors and the top of refrigerators.

By knowing how to prepare and what to look for, Stauss said spring cleaning even can be enjoyable for some.

She offered five tips for how to be more prepared for readers’ upcoming spring cleaning:

Get supplies ready

The first step in going through a full-on spring cleaning is to get the supplies out and ready, Stauss said.

Much like preparing a house for painting by putting up painter’s tape and clearing the room, Stauss said she suggests people prep befor…………… continues on Grand Forks Herald

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Time-saving spring cleaning tips
News from Troy Daily News:

(StatePoint) — It’s time to prep your home’s outdoor spaces for the season ahead. From the yard to the garage to the deck, getting these areas tidy is all part of a thorough spring clean.

Here are some tips to make the process faster and easier.

De-Clutter Your Workspace

Your shed, your garage, your toolbox — it’s time to take stock of what you’re storing in these key areas. Broken tools, piles of junk — these are items that will get in your way and slow you down all season long. So before you get to the nitty gritty of your outdoor spring clean, take the time to organize your workspace.

Throw out what is junk, donate what you aren’t using, and organize the rest into categories. Vertical storage can save crucial room, so install tall shelves and use walls and the ceiling to install organizational systems. Now is also a great opportunity to perform routine maintenance on your lawn equipment and tools to improve their efficiency.

Identify Multitasking Tools

Check out innovations on old tools that can make your versatile workload easier. For example, you can upgrade your conventional pressure washer for a newer model with more diverse functionality. For example, Briggs & Stratton’s new POWERflow+ Pressure Washer technology has one pump with two separate cleaning modes — high pressure and high…………… continues on Troy Daily News

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