- Launder or Vacuum Curtains - This is not only refreshing, but it will help to eliminate the dust, dander, pollen and other allergens that may have accumulated on the fabric over the long winter--which could exacerbate spring allergies.
- Dust- Dust, dust, dust. Clean all the surfaces in the home.
- Vacuum Furniture - Clean the surface of pet hair, dust and other dirt, and don't forget to lift the cushions and vacuum crevasses too.
- Clean the Windows - This not only makes your windows look nicer, but helps to let in more light.
- Open windows - Leave those windows open to air out the house. It smells great and also helps to let stagnant air and indoor allergens escape.
- Clean the Oven - OK, this task stinks. But I saw a good video online for making it a little easier.
- Clear the Cobwebs - A dust buster or small vacuum is great for paying attention to all the corners and crevasses of your house and sucking away dust bunnies and cobwebs.
- Clean the Refrigerator - Clear out old food, wash removable shelves and drawers in the sink, and place a new baking soda box for odors. For more on cleaning refrigerators click here.
- Organize & Purge - Clean closets, organize drawers, and sort through the stacks--somewhere underneath the piles of mail, laundry and over-due library books is your house! This is also a great time to start a collection of old clothes or other items from each family member for local donation.
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