Use these cleaning tips to keep this beautiful apartment at Anthem House squeaky clean!
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With the fall season right around the corner, many students will soon find themselves moving into their new apartments in Gainesville or renewing their old lease. If you've been living in your apartment for a while, you may find that it needs a good cleaning. Not only will this allow you to clear out the accumulation of clutter in your apartment, it's also a great way to move into the new school year with a fresh start! But if you're not sure where to begin, this article will provide some tips on how to start.
Cleaning Clutter in your Gainesville apartment
The first step is to pick up any clutter that's accumulated throughout your Gainesville apartment. This means picking up loose objects on the floor, on counters, or on furniture. Go from room to room and see what items are out of place. This is the favorite step of people who love to organize! The most likely culprits will be loose clothing piles on the floor of your room or jackets slung over the backs of chairs. If your apartment is pet friendly, you might find yourself picking up cat or dog toys. If you find yourself leaving things out often, it's recommended to regularly go through your apartment to put things away and reorganize your area to avoid buildup.
Deep Cleaning your Gainesville apartment
Now that you have the clutter out of the way, it's time to get down and dirty. This step includes the more hands-on cleaning measures like dusting, sweeping, and mopping. Floors can accumulate a lot of built-up dirt from the wear of day-to-day use. After sweeping, be sure to mop thoroughly in order to get the best clean, and don't forget to clean behind large appliances like your dishwasher or your washer and dryer. For an extra touch, consider wiping down your walls and baseboards. During this step, it's important to give some extra attention to the areas of your apartment that get the dirtiest: the bathroom and kitchen. It's recommended that you clean your bathroom and kitchen far more often than the rest of your apartment. For more advice on how to give these areas the attention they deserve, check out this article.
Redecorating your Gainesville apartment
Cleaning is tiring, and most people are exhausted after a thorough spring cleaning. But if you're looking to take that next step, once your apartment is clean, it's a great time to rethink your decorations. With a clean-living area and no clutter in the way, feel free to rearrange furniture, swap out wall decor, or overhaul your outdated organizing system. It's difficult to categorize your belongings when they're strewn about, but now that your apartment is organized, you can also make a list of amenities you're missing and set aside things you don't need to donate or throw away. If something isn't serving you, don't be afraid to get rid of it to free up space in your apartment. Getting rid of old junk can be freeing and rewarding if you donate your old belongings to a good cause.