We’ve heard it for years and joked, “Oh, you’re doing your spring cleaning?” But, spring cleaning is actually very important to your health and overall wellbeing.
During the winter months, houses often garner buildup on windows from rain and snow, along with extra settled dust on the inside due to not enough air flowing throughout your home.
Performing a spring cleaning doesn’t have to be hours and hours of nitty-gritty cleaning, by creating a small list of chores that were neglected during the winter months, it’ll streamline your flow and help you prioritize the most important tasks.
Here are two reasons you should get on the spring cleaning bandwagon today!
Improved air quality
Unless you’ve been dusting, opening windows, and running an air purifier all winter long, chances are that a lot of dust has settled inside your home.
When spring rolls around, allergies are at an all-time high due to pollen floating throughout the air as new plants begin to bloom, so it’s imperative to dust and wipe down surfaces throughout your home to improve the air quality on the inside.
Strengthened immune system
Dust, mold, mildew, etc., can cause sinus issues in the spring and summer months if not remediated. Vacuuming all rugs, deep cleaning carpets and floors is vital in removing particles from surfaces around your home that will strengthen your immune system.