The different seasons each bring a different set of allergies, dirt, pollutants, and dust. You’ve probably heard of spring cleaning, but you really should consider seasonal cleaning to keep your home or facility as clean as it can be. For every different season, there are several things you should be sure to keep sanitary and clean.
- Spring: Dusting is a pretty standard thing to do in the spring. This can help remove allergens and harmful pollutants that have built up over the winter. You can also take the opportunity to clean, dust, and vacuum your closet by clearing out all your winter clothes and making room for your summer clothes.
- Summer: Hot air means an increased usage of your air conditioner. The filter of your AC should be replaced often so you aren’t blowing dirty air particles throughout your home. This is also a good time to wash your windows and clean the vents and baseboards.
- Fall: Make sure you do any outdoor work you want done while enjoying the pleasant weather before it gets really cold. Check up on your furnace and heating system so you aren’t stuck with a freezing house. Remember to dust often during this season, as it is also prone to bringing up allergies.
- Winter: Even though it’s cold, you should still practice seasonal cleaning. As the weather drives you indoors, take this time to clean your kitchen and other dirty areas of your home. Keep the carpets and furniture fresh and comfortable, and be sure to clean out air vents.
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