Don’t Miss These Spots During Your Spring Cleaning!

You will NOT want to miss these spots during your spring cleaning. I am going to show you how to fix these problem areas in this post!

You will definitely NOT want to miss these spots during your spring cleaning! I am letting it all hang out in this post, and how to fix these problem areas.

So, technically… I could just tell you what spots you need to clean in your house.

I could lie and show you a pretty picture of what my house “always” looks like–and we all know how well I can lie! Go ahead. You can laugh. It’s ok, I really am a terrible liar, and cannot keep a straight face to save my life. And if I can, it’s because I don’t have a clue what you’re talking about or:

a.) the topic is way above my pay grade or b.) more likely, I wasn’t paying attention

So, today, I am going to let it all hang out–again. What is with me?!

I’m going to be honest.

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Don’t Miss These Spots During Your Spring Cleaning!

Because that’s something I’m good at.

Sometimes even to a fault.

AKA. I won’t sugarcoat it. If you ask for my opinion gosh darn-nit Beverly you’re going to hear it!

Alrighty. Now that we got THAT out of the way… are you ready to be disgusted?

I mean… really and truly amazed? From the dirt that is!

Ok, great! Let’s get this baby rolling!

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1.) Baseboards

Yes… that really is a picture in my house of a few baseboards (and trim) that desperately needed to be cleaned.

I’m not even joking when I say that I am cringing from embarrassment! How in the world did I miss this?

Well, I probably saw it at some point, but just put it off.

Gotta love the honesty factor today don’t ya? πŸ˜‰

To clean these babies so they are sparkling like brand-new I vacuum/dust them first, and then scrub-scrub-scrub with a soapy sponge.

You will definitely NOT want to miss these spots during your spring cleaning! I am letting it all hang out in this post, and how to fix these problem areas.

2.) Sliding Glass Door Tracks

Who knew these things would get so yucky? You know how I clean mine?

I first use a vacuum to get out all the lose stuff, then spray it down with my favorite Thieves essential oils cleaner and use a cotton swab and/or paper towel to get tough to reach dirt or stuck into the grooves. Works like a charm!

TIP: I’ve also found that buying my paper towels in bulk not only saves me money, but it is also sooo, soo, soo very nice to have a stock pile of them. I seem to always need them throughout the day anyways. Plus, Amazon Prime has free shipping. That’s definitely a win-win for me (and you!).

You will definitely NOT want to miss these spots during your spring cleaning! I am letting it all hang out in this post, and how to fix these problem areas.

Don’t Miss These Spots During Your Spring Cleaning!

3.) Window Ledges

I use my window ledges for everything.

I set my plants on them, home decor, random wine bottles (for watering purposes that is!) as well as anything that Miss Ava decides to put on them.

Needless to say, they get dirty quickly and I forget about them just as easily.

Thankfully paper towels (to the rescue!) and a cleaner does the trick just fine.

You will definitely NOT want to miss these spots during your spring cleaning! I am letting it all hang out in this post, and how to fix these problem areas.

Happy (cleaning) Friday!

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7 Comments

  1. I absolutely need to clean those areas…and so many more! I’m tackling spring cleaning in intentional, but “low stress” mode. What does that look like? It means I’m actually addressing the areas, but with no time frame put on the tasks that I know need to get done!

    1. Hi Angela! That’s brilliant. I bet you’re getting a lot done since you have the ease of doing it at your own pace. Such a great idea πŸ™‚

  2. This are all great suggestions and need to be listed on my cleaning check list. I find I see dust so quickly on baseboard and it drives me nuts. Thanks so much for linking up for the Best of the Blogosphere Linky party!

    1. No problem! Baseboards are definitely the worse. Why hasn’t a machine been invented yet to clean these for us?! πŸ˜‰

  3. I’m always amazed at how dirty the sliding door tracks get. The only baseboards in our house are behind heavy pieces of furniture. I don’t want to admit the last time they were cleaned. lol. #ShineBlogHop

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