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Clearing Clutter Makes Spring Cleaning a Snap
Date:3/14/2013

Chicago, IL (PRWEB) March 14, 2013

Spring is around the corner, which means it’s time to gear up for the dreaded annual spring cleaning ritual. This year, clear away the clutter first, and you’ll be pleasantly surprised at how much faster and easier it is to dust, scrub and vacuum. Not only will there be less clutter to maneuver around, there will be less stuff to actually clean.

Easier said than done? Professional Organizer Susan Fleischman, founder of clutterfree, blogs about home organization for YouCopia Products and offers these tips:

  • Make a plan. If de-cluttering your home seems overwhelming, break it down into smaller steps. Organize and “spring clean” one room a week, or one room a month.
  • Be prepared. Gather supplies before you begin: large trash bags for items to toss or donate; plastic containers, corrugated file boxes and various size plastic bags for items to corral and keep; adhesive labels and a black marking pen, or a label maker. Use a bucket or handled caddy to tote supplies from room to room.
  • Start with the kitchen. With spring holidays especially early this year (Passover begins March 26 and Easter is March 31), start with the kitchen to ready your home for these celebrations and others that quickly follow, like Memorial Day, Mother’s Day and Father’s Day. For step-by-step de-cluttering instructions, check out the kitchen make-over projects at the YouCopia.com blog.

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