Start preparing your home before the weather changes with these things to add to your fall cleaning checklist!
Ah, fall. Aside from pumpkin spice latte, apple picking photoshoots, and DIY fall scent that fills up the whole home, the fall season has so much to offer, especially if you have a clean and organized space. We know that you’ve given your home a deep clean last spring, and you’ve been maintaining to keep the dust off this summer, but you should also show your home some love this upcoming fall season. Here’s where to start:
Fall Cleaning Checklist
Clean Your Pantry
Declutter and organize your pantry before the fall season begins. Since fall is full of holidays and gatherings, an organized pantry can make your kitchen run more smoothly. Get rid of expired items, empty bottles, and containers. It would help you be aware of items you need to restock or maybe find items you need.
Give Your Carpet a Good Scrub
It’s time to shampoo your carpet and give it a good scrub! Cleaning experts suggest hiring a professional carpet cleaner if your budget allows you to. However, you can also do it yourself. All you need is a vacuum cleaner and a bottle of vinegar, and a washing-up liquid solution.
Test and Clean Your Smoke Detectors
One of the chores you should definitely add to your fall cleaning checklist is to clean accumulated dust in your smoke detector and replace the batteries if needed. Use your vacuum’s soft brush attachment to clean your detector’s openings.
Turn Your Mattress Over
Flipping your mattress can prevent body impressions from causing certain parts to slump. We also recommend sprinkling baking soda to neutralize odors and to vacuum it afterward.
Vacuum All Upholstered Surfaces
The last chore to check off your fall cleaning checklist is to vacuum sofas, chairs, mattresses, cushions, and every upholstered surface in your home.
Now is the perfect time to start taking up this fall cleaning checklist! Trust us, it’ll make indoor hangouts and celebrating the fall season more enjoyable. Learn more interior design tips and ideas on Omysa’s Design blog. You got this!