5 Ways to Cut Spring-Cleaning Costs
It’s here; spring-cleaning! Spring-cleaning isn’t always fun or easy, not to mention all the money spent making sure your home (or office) is spotless. We can’t guarantee it’ll be a breeze, but we can provide helpful tips on how you can save precious time and money! Check out some of our favorite ideas below.
Spring-cleaning can sometimes be a daunting task. Start by dividing up tasks within the household. Designate one person to take one section of your home, while the other takes on another. You save time and energy on potential draining duties.
Instead of purchasing pricey cleaning items, why not use what you already have? Some of the items you can use include white vinegar, lemon juice, and baking soda. These will save you a trip to the store and cut your spring-cleaning costs in half.
Instead of wasting water and power to wash and dry all of your clothing, how about doing things the old-fashioned way for a day? After hand washing your items, let your clothes sun dry for the day and enjoy the benefits. More money in your pocket? Yes, please.
You love your pets but removing pet hair from your home can be a hassle. An easy trick for this is using rubber gloves or flip-flops! Check out Rover’s rendition to see how they utilize these items to do so.
Spring-cleaning can get expensive if you have to hire workers to do some of the extensive chores. You can cut your costs this year by taking the time to learn how to do those things on your own. For example, invest in a handy carpet cleaner. The benefit of this is you get to reuse your equipment, and in the long run, save money.
Spring-cleaning doesn’t have to be overly pricey. Make sure to use all available resources and to share work tasks. These tips will help ensure a better spring-cleaning experience.