- removed anything that doesn’t belong in a master bedroom,
- put away all clothes,
- cleaned and organized the inside of your dresser,
- cleaned all of the dust off your ceiling fan or light fixture,
- washed and changed your bed sheets, and
- removed any and all extras hiding under your bed.
Basically, your room is now neat and tidy!
Since everything is out of the way and off the floor, you can focus on vacuuming your room.
When you vacuum…
- Pay attention to the corners. Use the attachment hose around the baseboards and edges of the carpet. Don’t worry too much about deep cleaning the baseboards since we’ll be focusing on those in a few weeks.
- If you have an upholstery attachment for your vacuum, gently run it across drapes and curtains to remove accumulated dust.
- Move furniture as you vacuum the open floor. Don’t forget to vacuum under chairs, under your bed, and behind furniture.
- Vacuum the ceiling. Okay, I know that sounds weird! But if you have your vacuum hose out anyway, run it quickly around the corners of your ceiling and around light fixtures to remove dust or cobwebs that may have found a home up high.
- Vacuum window frames. While I have my vacuum out, I like to cover all the bases! So, give it a whirl around your windows. If it’s not too cold, open the windows for a second and vacuum inside the track. It will make cleaning windows a little easier when we get to them!
Have fun! Let me know when you’ve finished!