How To Make Spring Cleaning Less of a Chore
Time-Saving Tips Mean More Fun For You and Your Family
“Cleaning the house is a necessity, but it doesn’t have to take away time on the weekends that you would rather spend doing something fun with your loved ones,” said Natalie Brooke, Assistant Marketing Manager, Greased Lightning.
Greased Lightning offers these tips to make your chores go faster:
Multitask First - put a load of clothes into the wash and pre-treat the nastiest stains. Next, spray the bathroom sink, toilet, tub, tiles and shower curtain with a multi-purpose cleaner. While the cleaner attacks those stains, grab the vacuum. Then, wipe down the bathroom and switch out your laundry for the next load.
Barbeque Time - There is no way around it, barbecues are a pain to clean. When you’re ready to cook, turn your grill on and let it come to full heat. Before cooking, take half an onion and rub it over the grill. When done cooking, repeat with the other onion half. This prevents that built-up gunk on your grill and allows your food to cook evenly.
Open That Fridge - Toss any old food and containers and be sure to wipe down the shelves. Next, load up the dishwasher and don’t forget about the sponges. Sponges are a hangout for contaminants and can easily spread germs to other parts of the kitchen – sticking them in the dishwasher keeps them fresh and clean.
Make Your Kitchen Sparkle - Wipe down your countertops and cupboards to make them shine. Look for tough spots like wine stains or syrup that can seep into cracks and corners, leaving a yucky mess. And finally, before you mop, do yourself a favor and skip the broom. The vacuum is an easy way to pick up anything hiding on your kitchen floor.
An effective way to save time with your chores is to use one multipurpose product, such as Greased Lightning. Effective on most surfaces, Greased Lightning cleans clothing stains, carpet stains, pet stains, kitchens, bathrooms and even patio furniture.
Powering through chores can be easier than you think if you arm yourself with the right tips and cleaning tools. For additional information on Greased Lightning and cleaning tips, visit www.greased-