Spring Cleaning Hacks for Your Apartment

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Spring Cleaning Hacks for Your Apartment

Now that Spring is here, it’s the perfect time to give your apartment a refreshing cleaning after a long winter. We all have busy schedules and often procrastinate on tasks like cleaning. But, it doesn’t have to be difficult or time consuming! We’ve got 5 cleaning hacks that will help keep your apartment spotless:

Stovetop Wax: Your dinner exploded all over your clean stove. Now what? No matter your stovetop type, pretreat your stovetop in the future with a buffing wax, like the kind for cars, and voila! You’ll notice that your stove is much easier to clean up when dinner doesn’t go as planned.

Stubborn Stains: Stains happen! Whether it’s on furniture, clothing, or carpet. Clark.com has tips on how to treat common household stains such as nail polish remover for lipstick.

Dryer Sheet Dusting: Dusting is never fun. Dryer sheets help pull dust out and make surfaces less likely to attract new dust. For other ways to use dryer sheets, check out Morning Chores.

Fresh Fridge: You go to grab your favorite snack from the fridge and it’s way past its expiration date! To avoid this in the future, Expert Home Tips recommends placing perishable foods due to expire soon in a shoebox clearly labeled to be consumed first.

Lemon Water: One of the easiest ways to clean a dirty microwave is to add two cut lemons to water in a microwave-safe bowl. Then, heat the bowl inside the microwave for about 5 minutes until the water is boiling. Let is sit for a couple of minutes then wipe down the inside.

At Walden Pond Apartment Homes, we believe it’s how you live that matters and using these cleaning hacks will help you spend less time cleaning and more time doing the things you love the most. Have your own cleaning hacks to share? Let us know about them on our Facebook!

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