THE HOUSE IS SPIC AND SPAN, BUT YOU ARE SORE ALL OVER!

(Do not put it all off until the "big clean")
Chip away at each room, project by project:

Step 1 - Baseboards 

 
When you clean your floor with a vacuum or floor sweeper, don’t forget to clean your baseboards. Yes, you need to. Baseboards get dirty and accumulated dust will drop onto a newly cleaned floor. Because most baseboards and moldings have grooves, these indentations collect dust. You can use an Ask Cindy micro-fiber dusting cloth to remove dust like a vacuum cleaner without scratching the surface. The Ask Cindy micro-fiber cloths are thirsty magnets (no chemicals or water needed). However, if you have scuffs, you can use an all-purpose cleaning product to remove any unsightly markings.
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Step 2 - Blinds

Dust sticks to blinds like bees to honey – yikes! 
I have the perfect solution to this cleaning duty. My Ask Cindy cool blue micro-fiber dusting mitt turns this daunting cleaning task into an easy breezy cleaning task. You can use this plush mitt dry for maintaining dust free blinds or wet it and clean away dust build-up.
After each use machine-wash and dry it. Use it over and over again as you need it. What you want to do is clean the blinds more often to prevent dust from building up and sticking over time. Once they are clean, every time you vacuum your floors, run your Ask Cindy blue mitt over your blinds to prevent buildup. This will make your blind cleaning task easier.
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Step 3 - Refrigerator Interior



We can’t avoid it – the inside of the fridge gets dirty. Many people will clean the shelves and then assume that the fridge is clean. But just because you can close the storage drawers and butter compartment and hide it, doesn’t mean it’s not dirty!
The interior door(s), including the rubber door seal, compartments, and storage drawers inside your fridge, can get kind of icky if not taken care of. Be sure to take all of the jars, cheeses, meats, fruits and veggies out and clean those nooks and crannies. In almost all fridges, you can remove the drawers and door shelves and clean them in the sink. Also, the interior stationary built-in rack and drawer holders and sliders need cleaning.
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