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21 comments:

  1. My best tip is to work on room at a time. Don't overwhelm yourself. One room top to bottom and THEN move to the next!

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  2. I start from the Top of my house to the Bottom. While keeping all the windows open!

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  3. I'm moving so I'm donating lots of stuff. I figure if I haven't used or worn something in 6 months I get rid of it. I try to clean out my drawers in the kitchen a couple times a year. I used to have one junk drawer but now I have 2 so it's time to throw junk out. Thank you for the chance :)

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  4. Clean with baking soda, vinegar and Dawn soap. It's AMAZING and works great!

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  5. Invite someone over, I can clean a lot right before the show ip :)

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  6. I use baking soda and water on a cloth like a light paste to remove grease off the stove and to clean out my deep fryer it worked great.

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  7. Vinegar is our friend. We use it and sanitize our house. I love to pull out the black light and check things out. It lets you know what you may have missed.

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  8. Purge-- If I haven't used it in a year---out it goes.Then I start washing down the walls starting with the bathroom,This give me a chance as I purge that room and wash it down,to decide if it needs to be repainted or just refreshened.

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  9. Declutter first and be organized. Do one room set a time.

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  10. Getting rid of unused things, and lots of coffee!

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  11. The best way to spring clean, is to get rid of everyone and do it yourself.

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  12. My best tip is, do everything as you get to it. There's no annual time limit! Lol

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  13. My best tip is that while you're organizing your closets and drawers you should donate or trash anything you haven't worn/used in 1 year.

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  14. If your shower has a lot of soap scum and you can't get it to come off mix a small bottle of Dawn dish soap and some white vinegar in a spray bottle spray your shower and let it sit for an hour ot 2 and it will be much easier to remove.

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  15. Get rid of it!! If you really don't use it, donate it!!

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  16. I only use vinegar, lemon. Sometimes bleach or peroxide. Those 4 will clean anything

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  17. My best tip is to use a dryer sheet to wipe down your window blinds. It actually repels the dust so you don't need to dust so often.

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  18. Set a timer for 30 minutes per room (you can adjust this for the time you need) so you keep moving without stopping or getting distracted

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  19. My best tip, is to crank your favorite CD, open all the windows, and sing while you clean. Time fly's and the house is clean in no time!

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  20. My tip is to start with the small rooms like the bathroom and closets then get to the bigger tasks.

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  21. I really don't have any spring cleaning tips, except maybe to get rid of things that you no longer use.

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