Spring cleaning is more than merely cleaning every nook and cranny inside your house. It’s also about making you home ready to invite friends over, fire up the grill, and have some warm weather fun.
Outdoor Spring Cleaning Tip No. 1 – The Garage Door
You’ve probably never really thought about cleaning the garage door, but I guarantee you it’s dirty!
Luckily, it’s a very easy thing to clean. Here’s what you need:
• AR Blue Clean Electric Pressure Washer
• Dawn dish soap
• Multi-purpose terry towels
• Homer bucket
Pour a small amount of dish soap in the bucket, then fill it up with water from the hose. Get the rag wet, then wash the garage door with it, just like you would a car.
Hint: You can also get your kids involved with this spring cleaning task; our daughter loved helping us wash the garage door!
After you’ve wiped the entire garage door down with soapy water, spray it off with the pressure washer. Be sure to wash the trim around the door to give it an extra clean look as well!
Hint: Be careful with the setting on the pressure washer since too much water pressure will cut through wood, brick, concrete and other materials.
Outdoor Spring Cleaning Tip No. 2 – Cobwebs
During the winter months you probably haven’t spent much time outside looking under your eaves, and while you weren’t looking those pesky spiders came and made your home their own. To get rid of them, all you need is a Webster Cobweb Poly-Fiber Duster with a telescopic pole.
Walk around the outside of your home and capture any webs you find with the Webster.
Clean the Webster thoroughly. To remove the cobwebs from the Webster, simply roll it around on the lawn or a bush. This is easy, but it works great for getting the sticky webs off!