Practical House Cleaning. The warm weather is just around the corner. We’ve hung up our winter coats and opened the windows to let the sunshine inside. The birds are chirping, buds are starting to pop up on tree branches. The sun is out, and we’ve already enjoyed a warm breeze or two: Spring is here. Our apartment has been through a lot of crud this past winter. Now is the time to open those windows, let the sunshine in and clear out all of the dust and cobwebs from winter and get our apartment looking spotless again.
Like the return of baseball, blossoms and outdoor barbecues. Spring cleaning is one of those things that many people like to do once March makes its way onto the calendar. It is that time of the year to get our homes ready for spring after a long winter’s hibernation. Now that the weather is finally on our side, the last thing we want to do is spend hours inside our apartment cleaning it. But at the same time, we want a sparkling home. So how do we get our apartment in springtime shape with the least effort possible?
Our friend Rose has the answer to all the questions regarding spring cleaning. She is ready to start fresh and tackle each chore one at a time. Rose knows that it’s difficult to get through a spring cleaning if you aren’t clear on what’s included in the process, so she has good and practical methods and a list of tasks she needs to accomplish. Rose has made her spring cleaning to-do list by taking care of pretty much anything we can imagine.
Our player today is Rose’s best friend. Together they will clean up the mess in the apartment. Rose will guide her friend through the whole process with the easiest methods for deep cleaning. There are a few things every apartment dweller will want to focus on for spring cleaning. Things like cleaning the carpet, helping move something into a new place, mounting the TV, delivering potted plants to liven up the abode and packing the space bags. Following her rules together they will get through the yearly top-to-bottom spring cleaning process, with plenty of time left over for both to enjoy the season.