Needless to say, everybody desires to have a pristine bedroom where they can have a comfortable sleep after the hassles of a busy day. Hence, most people won’t argue that the bedroom is the most important room in a house.
And guess what? After a long freezing winter, it is the beginning of spring which is the best time to make your room wonderful.
However, we often get confused while we think of spring cleaning our bedroom. We think it is quite a challenge to do that. That’s why we sometimes delay spring cleaning our room.
But the truth is, anyone can easily make the room look blissful following some simple steps.
So, if you are looking for a simple guideline on how to spring clean your room, you have come to the right place- as in this article I will walk you through a step by step guideline on how to spring clean your bedroom.
How to Spring Clean Your Room?
So, without further delay let’s dive into the guideline and start spring clean the room thoroughly.
Gathering Necessary Supplies
Before you start the spring cleaning make sure that all the necessary supplies are available near your hand. It will make your work easy and timely. A list of tools you may need to clean your room is given below.
- Microfiber cleaning cloths.
- Glass cleaner
- Lint brush.
- Wand duster
- Vacuum cleaner
- Carpet cleaner
- Scrub brushes.
- Garbage bag.
- Furniture polish.
Now that you have collected all the necessary supplies, let’s jump right into the cleaning process!
Remove things which don’t belong to the Room
It’s always a great idea to put all the things in their respective places. So, in the beginning, you need to gather all the tools or things that don’t pertain to the room or of no use in the future. Then pack them in a bag and now it’s your decision to donate or trash them.
Get rid of Dust
While dusting, it’s important that you go left to right and top to the bottom for the purpose of not scattering surfaces you have already cleaned. For ease of doing, you can follow the below tricks to wipe out dust from your room precisely.
- Using a long handled duster, sweep the fan ceiling perfectly.
- Remove all the photographs from the walls, then wipe the photo frame using a microfiber cloth. After that, wipe fronts of the pictures using the same damp cloth.
- Next, use a duster or furniture polish to wipe down your desk,dresser, bookshelf or every other piece of furniture in your room.
Clean the Mattresses
Remove all the stains from your mattress using mild soap and cold water. Make sure that you don’t use any harsh chemicals as it might damage upholstery on your mattress. Use wide brush attachment and vacuum the mattress with a vacuum hose. Make sure that you vacuum the edges, crevices, and corners of the mattress since wreckage tends to pile up in these areas.
Wash all your linens and Mattress cover
Gather all the machine washable linens such as pillowcases, sheets, comforter, and mattress cover and wash them in a washing machine. To destroy any dust mites living in the sheets, you should use hot water. The linens which aren’t machine washable can be taken to dry cleaners to clean them up.
Clean the Lights, Curtains and Lamp Cords
Mop the light bulb with a glass cleaner and run the lint brush in and out of the lampshade. Make sure that the light bulb is cool, before using a glass cleaner to mop it off. Then unplug the cord and wipe away any dust from the lamp cord using a wet cloth.
Read: How Can Curtains Reduce Heat Level In A Room?
Vacuum the Floor
When possible move the furniture to vacuum under and behind it. To get under the bed, you can use floor attachment. Vacuum around the base of the walls utilizing crevice attachment to reduce dust accumulation. And then vacuum the remaining floor thoroughly.
A few drops of essential oil can be applied to a cotton ball or tissue and then placed into your canister or bag to revive the air while the vacuum is running.
Treat your Furniture
Cleaning your furniture not only makes it looks gorgeous but also makes it more durable. To remove dust and dirt, commence your cleaning by wiping down your wooden furniture with a wet microfiber cloth.
Use a couple of drops of dish soap and work on the gluey section to clean any spots on the furniture that have cloggy residue. You may add some wax to cover it, depending on your wood furniture to help make it shiny.
Wash The Walls and Windows
Dust isn’t for just mattress, furniture, floor, and dressers. It can also grease crown molding, window sills, and walls. To clean your walls and corners of the room use a cotton mop. Using a microfiber cloth, warm and soapy water wipe the windows sills and tracks and then use glass cleaner to polish the windows. Inane your vacuum and air conditioning to clear them of dust.
Take the Trash Out
After cleaning all the things that have to be cleaned, now it’s time to get rid of the accumulated trash. Vacant your trash can and use one cup of hot water, half a cup of white vinegar and a hard scrub brush to clean it. Now rinse out the can and let it arid. At last, return all the in-room items.
Now that you have done all the work to clean your bedroom, it’s time to freshen up the room. Open the windows and let the bed air go out and fresh air comes in. If you have allergic problem, don’t forget to close them up before dusk to minimizing pollen.
It is understandable that spring cleaning a messy bedroom is always a tiring task to do. But to get a peaceful sleep after a long day of work, you must look for a comfortable bedroom.
And in this post, I wanted to show you the steps to clean your room perfectly and give you a wonderful touch in your house. I hope the above tips would help you clean your room to perfection.
- What is spring cleaning & Why should we do it?
- How to Do Spring Cleaning?
- Spring cleaning safety tips
- How To Make Spring Cleaning Fun And Easier?
- Spring cleaning the kitchen Checklist
- Fun ways of Doing Spring Cleaning with Kids
- Spring yard clean up checklist
- How to Spring Clean your Closet?
She is a proud mother of three children. Married for 25 long years! She is the perfect Admin & Editor in chief for this site. She will be sharing her life long experiences with us.
Leave a Reply