Your master bedroom is a sanctuary for relaxing and rejuvenating. It’s a good idea to periodically freshen up this space to keep it clean and inviting. Here are three deep cleaning projects that you should do at least once a year.
1. Clean Your Floors
Even if you keep your shoes off the floor in your room, carpets and area rugs collect dirt and dust over time. Both of these need routine cleaning by professionals. If you have an area rug, contact a local professional since many have experience cleaning these delicate rugs and specialize in color run removal Portland and repair.
2. Purify Your Bedding
You may already wash your sheets and blankets regularly, but when is the last time you cleaned your mattress or pillows? Check your pillow label, but most of them can be washed and dried in your home machines. If you don’t have one large enough, most laundromats have extra-large ones designed for bedding. To keep your mattress fresh, vacuum it when you change the bedding. If there are any stains, use hydrogen peroxide and baking soda to scrub them away gently. Baking soda can also be sprinkled over the entire mattress, then vacuumed off after an hour to provide a clean smelling place to rest.
3. Wipe Your Windows
It’s important for you to do deep cleaning of your windows annually. Start by vacuuming the tracks where dust and debris collected over time. Then move to the outside surface, which gets dirty from wind and rain and needs to be scrubbed. Use a squeegee and soapy water to wash the surface, then wipe off the dirty residue. Once dry, use a window cleaner to polish away any spots.
Deep cleaning your bedroom once a year is a great way to ensure it stays an inviting place to relax.