Every spring, homeowners are confronted with the task of figuring out new ways to organize messes and cut out clutter. Spring cleaning can be a stressful undertaking after home accessories, clothing and paperwork gather throughout the year, creating disorderly and busy spaces.
The American Cleaning Institute reports that 72 percent of people do some type of spring cleaning every year, but a majority of those efforts are directed towards disinfecting and washing miscellaneous items.
Cannon Christian, president of Renovation Realty, recommends that homeowners begin their cleaning routines by tackling smaller projects and focusing on specific tasks first. He offers a seven-day plan for homeowners to easily organize each room in the house:
You are now seven steps closer to having a spick and span home. Creating a clutter-free home makes more intense cleaning, like disinfecting and washing, easier and less stressful. Now kick back, relax and enjoy the comforts of your tidy home, you deserve it.