Chances are, right now, you're home. And in between working, eating, sleeping, and doing just about all your living at home right now, you can't escape the realities of your place. You're seeing everything, all the time, and now perhaps with more of a discerning eye. Maybe with even a nervous eye. Is your place as clean, scrubbed, and sanitized as possible? If you feel like just about everything in your space needs a good cleaning, here are some projects to start on ... at least for some peace of mind, if not for something to do.
Chances are you've bought more food than usual. Chances are some food might expire. So, add this to your refrigerator.
More time inside = more funk factor. Keep it fresh with a DIY freshener.
Especially if someone has been sick. But you may still just want to give it a deep clean any time.
Again, try this method for whenever you want to do a deep clean, and for sure after someone has been sick. You'll want to sanitize those linens.
Because germs lurk in secret places.
You might not be expecting company to drop in, but you'll be able to stay on top of having your place feel orderly and free of chaos – and isn't that exactly what we're all needing right now?
This way you don't have to rely on the store having an all-purpose spray cleaner in stock.
Please clean your kitchen counters. Especially if you're putting your grocery bags on top of them after you shop.
Just have these at the ready for remotes, door knobs, iPhones, you name it.
Banish the grime from tile.
We've got four different cleaning DIYs, depending on the material of your floor.
Get it sparkling and sanitized.
Assuming that you're making more coffee at home, and not getting your afternoon joe out and about. You'll want to keep that machine in tip-top shape.
We know that you're making so many more meals at home right now. Are you using your Instant Pot? If so, here's how to clean it properly.
Every six months, but maybe now is really the best time.