Decluttering the space can allow you some much-needed alone reflection, which we know all too well how important it is! Start by getting rid of any clutter that has been clogging up shelves or sitting on top of drawers for years; then give everything in order so nothing feels overwhelming when bedtime rolls around again this April showers brings May flowers etc., but don’t forget about keeping things fun with posters from bands who’ve inspired him/her recently (or even if s/he just likes listening), movie stars whose movies inspire.

What’s your favourite kind of clean? Scrubbing and dusting might be nice, but what about a deep-cleaning session for those hard-to reach places that accumulate dirt over time. It takes patience to get through all the nooks in our bedrooms so we can give them an overhaul before they start looking dingy or messy again (and this is especially true if you have children). Here are some tips from my own experience cleaning out drawers/closets when packing away winter clothes for summer storage:

Start by pulling everything out onto whatever surface seems best suited—I used dishtowels because it made putting things:

How to spring clean your bedroom.

When do you spring clean?

Deep clean bedroom checklist / hacks

Teenage bedroom cleaning

HOW TO SPRING CLEAN YOUR BEDROOM

Decluttering your bedroom is an important first step to spring cleaning. It will help you feel more organized and get rid of any unwanted items that are cluttering up the space in between dust bunnies, which can lead a person down their own personal rabbit hole before long! After decl Koogar’s advice about throwing away things not worth keeping for sentimental value but just taking up precious closet/shelfroom real estate? Check out this blog post from Design Mom on how she gets her kids involved with organizing toys so they don’t end up being forgotten.

Dust & clean:

Start high and finish low! You might need a step ladder to reach the ceiling.  To clean any cobwebs from up there, use long handled duster or vacuum cleaner attachment on dust bunnies that have been camping out in your attic all summer-ouch!. Next make sure lights are off before you start wiping down walls – just be careful around electricity cables because they’re usually not covered by insurance if something happens while cleaning (and who wants their house burnt?). Once everything looks good again, take artwork off wall.

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Focus on the floors:

The best way to clean your carpets is by using a professional company or machine. It will get rid of all the dirt in one go and leave them looking like new! You can also use natural cleaners with microfibre fabric, which doesn’t scratch surfaces easily at least until now because we’ve come across these amazing products that do more than just remove grime but restoring shine too so you don’t need any harsh chemicals ever again – check out our blog post on how they work for full details (link).

Curtains & blinds:

Vacuum your curtains and blinds to keep them clean. If you have Venetian blinds, give the frames a wash with warm water before wiping off any dirt or dust from last time so they look their best.

Spring cleaning your bedroom

Springtime is a great time to make your bedroom feel more inviting and less like an obligation. Decluttering the space can allow you some much-needed alone reflection, which we know all too well how important it is! Start by getting rid of any clutter that has been clogging up shelves or sitting on top of drawers for years; then give everything in order so nothing feels overwhelming when bedtime rolls around again this April showers brings May flowers etc., but don’t forget about keeping things fun with posters from bands who’ve inspired him/her recently (or even if s/he just likes listening), movie stars whose movies inspire.

What’s your favorite kind of clean? Scrubbing and dusting might be nice, but what about a deep-cleaning session for those hard-to reach places that accumulate dirt over time. It takes patience to get through all the nooks in our bedrooms so we can give them an overhaul before they start looking dingy or messy again (and this is especially true if you have children). Here are some tips from my own experience cleaning out drawers/closets when packing away winter clothes for summer storage:

Start by pulling everything out onto whatever surface seems best suited—I used dishtowels because it made putting things:

How to spring clean your bedroom.

When do you spring clean?

Deep clean bedroom checklist / hacks

Teenage bedroom cleaning

HOW TO SPRING CLEAN YOUR BEDROOM

Decluttering your bedroom is an important first step to spring cleaning. It will help you feel more organized and get rid of any unwanted items that are cluttering up the space in between dust bunnies, which can lead a person down their own personal rabbit hole before long! After decl Koogar’s advice about throwing away things not worth keeping for sentimental value but just taking up precious closet/shelfroom real estate? Check out this blog post from Design Mom on how she gets her kids involved with organizing toys so they don’t end up being forgotten.

Dust & clean:

Start high and finish low! You might need a step ladder to reach the ceiling.  To clean any cobwebs from up there, use long handled duster or vacuum cleaner attachment on dust bunnies that have been camping out in your attic all summer-ouch!. Next make sure lights are off before you start wiping down walls – just be careful around electricity cables because they’re usually not covered by insurance if something happens while cleaning (and who wants their house burnt?). Once everything looks good again, take artwork off wall.

Focus on the floors:

The best way to clean your carpets is by using a professional company or machine. It will get rid of all the dirt in one go and leave them looking like new! You can also use natural cleaners with microfibre fabric, which doesn’t scratch surfaces easily at least until now because we’ve come across these amazing products that do more than just remove grime but restoring shine too so you don’t need any harsh chemicals ever again – check out our blog post on how they work for full details (link).

Curtains & blinds:

Vacuum your curtains and blinds to keep them clean. If you have Venetian blinds, give the frames a wash with warm water before wiping off any dirt or dust from last time so they look their best.

Wooden furniture & soft furnishings:

Here are some tips to keep your wooden furniture looking its best. Make sure you use special polish on all the pieces, but don’t forget about cleaning upholstery items like sofas and beds! Use fabric-safe products when caring for them because most of these fabrics cannot handle harsh chemicals well (especially if they’re expensive).

Change your bedding:

Make sure you have a fresh set of bedding – including mattress, duvets and pillows. Vacuum your whole bedroom to remove any dust or dirt from hard-to reach places like behind furniture so that it can breath better while broadcasting cleaner air throughout the room as well! You should change out old linens every 12 months regardless if they’re dirty because bacteria thrives in moist environments where there is little ventilation which could lead towards respiratory issues later on down the line (especially children).