- Trashcans Let’s get the hardest part out of the way first. Trashcans quickly become dirty and can lead to flies finding them a suitable home for their squirmy larvae. Not only will scrubbing out your trashcan help to prevent this, but you won’t have to hold your breath every time that you open it. In this case, a liquid toilet bowl cleaner and toilet bowl brush are your best friends.
- Window Exteriors You might clean the inside of your windows on a regular basis, but how often do you get around to the outside? If you have a hose connected to your house, the process is actually quite easy. A simple mixture of dish detergent and white vinegar will have the glass sparkling.
- Driveway Stains Your driveway deals with a lot of traffic (terrible pun intended). There are plenty of opportunities for cars, lawnmowers, and snow blowers to leak various fluids onto it. Oil, transmission fluid, and gasoline all require different cleaning methods, so identifying the stain is the first step. Once you do that, take a look at these recommendations.
- Patio Furniture Maybe you forgot to cover it over the winter. Maybe the family dog decided to claim a lawn chair as its own. Or maybe you have no idea what happened. Either way, it’s easier to enjoy your time outside if you get rid of whatever mold, mildew, or general grime is on your furniture. Bleach is your best option, but remember to move your furniture off of the grass before you get started.
It’s officially summer so, of course, we have summer cleaning recommendations for you. This time, we’re tackling outdoor household cleaning projects that you probably can’t do during any other season. All you have to do is focus on these 4 areas: