4 Great Tips for Deep Cleaning Your Home

May 11, 2020 | Real Estate

Plenty of homeowners across America are looking forward to selling their homes in 2020, and with COVID-19 keeping more and more people indoors, that means plenty of opportunities to get your home ready for a quick and easy sale.

Here are just a few of our secret tips to get your house showhome ready!

Don’t Forget the Furnace Ducts

You may spend hours cleaning out your home, but that won’t matter if the air you breathe is leaving you sneezing and coughing. Give your guests a break from springtime allergies by replacing your furnace filters and vacuum out your register for optimal airflow.

Cushions Out, Vacuum In

Couches and loveseats are where we like to relax and unwind, but they’re also a place we shy away from cleaning because of all the hair, dirt, and crumbs to be found. Don’t be afraid to throw the upholstery head on your vacuum and give the cushions and couch bottoms the deep clean they need.

Show Your Shower Curtains Some TLC

Think you need to throw out your plastic shower curtains during a spring clean? Think again. Plastic shower curtains are often just as washing machine-safe as their cloth counterparts, so save some stress and money by setting your washing machine to “delicate”.

Book Some Time for Your Bookshelf

A messy space leads to a messy mind, so why not tidy up the part of your home that feeds your brain the most? Once you have finished the heavy-duty cleaning around your home, head over to the bookshelf and arrange your literature in a way that is pleasing to the eye and clear for you. You can also do this with your blu-rays, games, and any other collections you have on display.

The COVID-19 outbreak may have you cooped up at home with nowhere to go, but that doesn’t mean you can’t relax in a freshly cleaned space! If you’re looking to put your home on the market and want more great tips to make it attractive, give our team a call today at (308) 532-1810 or visit our website to get that “for sale” sign planted firmly in your front yard.

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