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Hi there, Maid Brigade readers! It’s that time again; the time when flowers start blooming, the sun starts shining (in between those April showers), and pedicures start to become a MUST yet again. It’s SPRINGTIME! And for us, that means one thing: spring cleaning. But don’t let that scare you! Maid Brigade is here to help.

This month, we’re going to be walking you through the best way to clean and organize each of those problem areas in your home. The 7-part series will include:

  1. Closets,
  2. Garage,
  3. Kitchen,
  4. Windows,
  5. Surfaces,
  6. Bathrooms, and
  7. Appliances.

Part 1: Closets!

Cleaning your closets is a very important step in spring cleaning.  It is not one of my favorite things to do, but when all of my closets are de-cluttered and organized, it really makes a difference in how clean my home looks.

Begin by choosing a closet to clean.  I usually clean my bedroom closet first.  Take everything out of the closet and place it on the bed.  Group “like” items together so that you can find what you’re looking for more quickly. Focus on putting all the items in the proper categories on the bed.  Don’t worry about whether something is too small or outdated for now; we%