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Wednesday, March 16, 2011

Spring Cleaning 101

By Trisha

I looked on the Internet for the definition of spring cleaning and this is what I found: the period in springtime set aside for cleaning a house, normally applied in climates with a cold winter.
The most common usage of spring cleaning refers to the yearly act of cleaning a house from top to bottom that would take place in the first warm days of the year typically in spring, hence the name. However, it has also come to be synonymous with any kind of heavy duty cleaning or organizing enterprise.

The sun is peeking out once again the Internet says that when the first warm days arrive, spring cleaning will begin to take place. So, where do we begin?

Follow my simple steps for easy spring cleaning 101 over on the SC Johnson blog.


Click here to read Trisha's full article over at SC Johnson


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*Each week Trisha Blogs on SC Johnson Family Economics website as a paid writer be sure to read her weekly organization articles.

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1 Comments:

Blogger Amber James said...

I usually choose to do the spring cleaning in the middle of March. This is the time when the weather is really warm. The spring is also a great time for relocating and move in cleaning

March 16, 2011 at 2:36 PM  

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