10 Outdoor Spring Cleaning Tips

Spring cleaning is more than merely cleaning every nook and cranny inside your house. It’s also about making your home ready to invite friends over, fire up the grill, and have some warm weather fun. Spring cleaning outside and getting the house looking spiffy is important also. The first thing you notice when you drive up to someone’s house is the outside. Is the garage door dirty, are the windows cloudy, are there cobwebs hanging in the eaves?  With these 10 Outdoor Cleaning Tips your house will make a great impression on all your guests!

Outdoor Spring Cleaning Tip No. 1 – The Garage Door

You’ve probably never really thought about cleaning the garage door, but it will definitely be dirty!.

Outdoor Spring Cleaning Tip No. 2 – Cobwebs 

During the winter months you probably haven’t spent much time outside looking under your eaves, and while you weren’t looking those pesky spiders came and made your home their own. To get rid of them, all you need is a Poly-Fiber duster with a telescopic pole, or a long handled broom.

Outdoor Spring Cleaning Tip No. 3 - Windows

After a season of rain and snow, the windows on your house will look dingy and dirty. When the sun comes out, you don’t want to be looking out at water spots, you want to be able to enjoy the view!

Outdoor Spring Cleaning Tip No. 4 – Trash Cans

Spring cleaning is the perfect time to wash out your trash cans and get them smelling fresh!

 

 


Outdoor Spring Cleaning Tip No. 5 – The Garage

If you have children that love to play in the front yard chances are your garage door will be up. Having your garage exposed can sometimes be embarrassing if you don’t do some spring cleaning in there too!

Outdoor Spring Cleaning Tip No. 6 – The Garage Floor

Cleaning the garage floor is very important because it constantly gets tracked with dirt and everything else on your car tires.

Outdoor Spring Cleaning Tip No. 7 – Organizing Storage, Toys and More

The thing that makes garages look dirty, more than anything else, is clutter. To make your garage look clean, organize seasonal totes, toys and sporting equipment.

Outdoor Spring Cleaning Tip No. 8 – The Front Porch

Another important place your guests will see is the front porch. For most people, the front porch is the first impression they get of your home, so it’s definitely not an area you want to ignore! There are lots of pieces that make up the front porch: lights, front door, windows, threshold steps and possibly even more.

Outdoor Spring Cleaning Tip No. 9 – The Barbecue Grill

One of the most important things about having guests over is food. People always have a good time if there are drinks and food being served! After a long winter break, the barbecue grill is probably a little crusty and in need of a good cleaning. A seasoned grill is a good thing, but a dusty and dirty grill is just gross.

Outdoor Spring Cleaning Tip No. 10 – Patio Furniture

When guests are over, you’ll want to make sure they have a clean place to sit and relax. Cleaning your patio furniture is the last thing you need to do to have the outside of your home fully prepared for spring!

 

Tim Jones

Tim Jones

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CENTURY 21 Executives Realty Ltd.
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