If that bedroom of yours could use a little help in the cleaning department, here are some great tips to help you get your bedroom sparkling clean whether you only have 15 minutes to get it done, or can devote a full hour to make your bedroom feel like a retreat you can relax in again. So let’s get going on striping the mattress.com discount bed and washing the sheets so you can get back to enjoying other things. What other things are we talking about? Not having to clean your room.
If You Only Have A 15 Minute Window:
- If you have a nightstand that has a drawer it’s time to clean it out. Throw away old magazines, or anything else that is piling up your space. Only restock and add things you absolutely need like a pen and paper pad.
- Use a microfiber cloth to clean the light bulb and lampshade; it will give off at least a 20 percent brighter light when it’s cleaned. A paint brush also works out wonderfully.
If You Have A Good 30 Minutes To Devote To Your Room:
- Wash your Bedding and if you can wash your pillows do so in a separate load.
- Clean you Mattress Use your vacuums upholstery attachment to vacuum the top and sides of your mattress. Flip or rotate your mattress for maximum wear.
- Clean your floors by vacuuming the carpet or sweeping your hardwood floors with a dry mop. Make sure to get under your bed and other places you usually don’t get to.
If You Have A Full 60 Minutes Or More Pick A Couple Of Things From The List:
- Really deep clean with dusting; get a damp microfiber cloth mixed with a tiny amount of preferred dish detergent. Wipe down your doors, window sills, switch plates, door knobs, baseboards, walls, doorways. Rinse your cloth out as it starts leaving a residue when you have already gone over that surface.
- Organize the dreaded dresser and after you take everything out give it a good wipe down. Return all the folded clothes making sure to remove anything you haven’t worn in a year, and donate to charity.
- Wash the curtains. This goes without much saying. Just be sure to follow the washing instructions for the type of material you have.
- Clean any windows or mirrors in your room. Using a microfiber cloth made for glass surfaces really helps gets your windows and mirrors squeaky clean. Or you could always do the old newspaper trick.
- Clean out the window sills by using a Flathead screwdriver tie a cloth around it and use it to scrape all that built up grossness in the tracking of the window sill. Remove leftover bits with a damp paper towel or vacuum attachment.
- Take some time clean out your junk areas, under your bed, in the closet, a drawer that everything gets shoved in. Throw away papers you no longer need, or magazines that are outdated. This will help reclaim your space.
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