Best Spring Deep Cleaning Products

Best Spring Deep Cleaning Products

Refresh your home with this Spring with Puracy's natural, deep cleaning products, eco-friendly solutions for a healthier, happier living space.

Spring Cleaning 101: Where to Start

Have a Plan

Determine the dirtiest places in your home. Once you've created a plan of attack, it'll be easier to know how to clean and disinfect certain areas.

Gather Supplies

Opt for our natural, plant-powered all-purpose cleaners that are safe for children and pets alike, as well as those with allergies.

Go Room-By-Room

Cleaning room-by-room ensures that fewer surfaces go untouched, working from top-to-bottom, moving from one corner outward.

Don't Forget: Disinfect

Regular disinfecting high-touch areas and tough stains is crucial to preventing the spread of germs, especially during flu and cold season.

Tackling Bathrooms

You don’t need caustic chemicals to zap stains and germs. To clean a bathroom sink and tub, follow our natural cleaning tips on tackling shower scum, disinfecting surfaces without bleach, and how to use a hard water stain remover. You might even learn something new, like the best way to clean a bathtub.

Get Immaculate Bedrooms

The easiest way to combat the clutter is by cleaning your bedroom with quick sweeps every 2-3 days. To prolong the life of your mattress (and eradicate dust mites and other allergens) we’ve also put together a straightforward guide on cleaning mattresses.

Keeping Kitchens Spotless

The two germiest places in homes are the kitchen sink and coffee maker. Though cleaning your kitchen sink and floors might require a few “extra” techniques, you only need a handful of natural products to get the job done on a daily basis.

Frequently Asked Questions

Deep cleaning your home is crucial for maintaining a healthy and tidy living environment, and it shouldn't be only done during Spring Cleaning. Ideally, you should aim to deep clean your home at least once every few months. Follow these tips to create your Spring Cleaning plan:

  • Break up your cleaning tasks depending on factors such as the size of your home, the number of occupants, and your lifestyle.
  • Create a deep cleaning checklist to keep you organized.
  • If you have pets or allergies, a deep cleaning tip is that you might need to deep clean more frequently to remove pet dander or allergens.
  • Pay attention to high-traffic areas and spaces prone to accumulating dust, dirt, or grime and treat them regularly with Spring Cleaning products.

Ultimately, listen to your home and schedule deep cleaning sessions accordingly to keep it looking and feeling fresh without needing to call a professional cleaner.

Regular cleaning:

  • Involves routine tasks like dusting, vacuuming, sweeping, and wiping surfaces.
  • Is generally done to maintain cleanliness on a daily basis.

Deep cleaning:

  • Is a more thorough and intensive process that targets hidden dirt, dirty water, water stains, grime, and bacteria in hard-to-reach areas.
  • Involves tasks such as scrubbing grout, descaling fixtures, cleaning behind appliances, washing curtains, and sanitizing frequently touched surfaces.

Both versions of cleaning is like giving your home a spa day—it refreshes and rejuvenates every nook and cranny, ensuring a sparkling clean and hygienic living space.

Deep cleaning every room in your house requires a systematic approach and a bit of elbow grease alongside your favorite household cleaning supplies.

1. Start by decluttering and organizing each room to make deep cleaning more manageable.

2. Then, work from top to bottom, tackling cleaning tasks such as dusting ceiling fans, wiping down walls, cleaning light fixtures, and washing windows.

3. Don't forget to clean overlooked areas like baseboards, door frames, and vents.

4. In the kitchen and bathroom, focus on disinfecting surfaces, descaling faucets and showerheads, and scrubbing grime from tile grout using shower cleaners that use natural ingredients.

5. Finally, vacuum carpets, mop floors, and steam clean upholstery for a fresh finish using our carpet cleaner.

Pro tip: take breaks when needed and enlist the help of family members or friends for a faster and more enjoyable deep cleaning experience.

Deep cleaning a bedroom involves more than just making the bed and fluffing pillows.

1. Start by stripping the bed linens and washing them in hot water to kill dust mites and bacteria.

2. Vacuum the mattress to remove dust, then flip or rotate it if necessary.

3. Dust and wipe down furniture surfaces, including nightstands, air purifiers, dressers, and shelves. Don't forget to clean underneath and behind furniture to catch hidden dust bunnies.

4. Wash curtains or blinds, and vacuum or steam clean carpets and rugs.

5. Finally, cleaning experts say that the best way to declutter is by sorting through items in closets and drawers, donating or disposing of items you no longer need.

Deep cleaning bathrooms requires thorough attention to detail to eliminate germs and maintain hygiene.

1, Start by spraying surfaces with an effective all-purpose cleaner to loosen soap scum and mineral deposits.

2. Target stainless steel surfaces and appliances with our natural stainless steel cleaner for a streak-free shine.

3. Scrub bathtubs, brush heads, bathroom tiles, showers, and bathroom sinks with a cleaning brush or sponge, paying special attention to grout lines and corners using your favorite natural products.

4. Use a toilet brush and disinfectant to clean inside (free from chlorine bleach) and around the toilet bowl, including the base and hinges.

5. Don't forget to wipe down mirrors, faucets, and countertops with a damp microfiber cloth.

6. Finish by mopping the floor with our natural disinfectant cleaner to remove any lingering dirt or bacteria.

Deep cleaning the kitchen and kitchen appliances is essential for maintaining food safety and preventing bacterial growth.

1. Start by clearing kitchen countertops and surfaces of clutter and appliances.

2. Remove items from cabinets and drawers, wiping them down before organizing them neatly.

3. Clean the inside and outside of appliances like the refrigerator, oven, microwave, and dishwasher using a natural all-purpose cleaner.

4. Degrease stove burners, range hood filters, and backsplashes to remove built-up grease, mineral deposits, and grime using warm water and dish soap.

5. Scrub countertops, garbage disposals, sinks, and faucets with hot, soapy water or a kitchen cleaner to sanitize surfaces.

6. Don't forget to sweep and dust mop the floors, paying extra attention to areas around the stove and sink where spills are common using natural floor cleaners with key natural ingredients.

Follow these tips for efficient storing:

  • Consider investing in a cleaning caddy or tote to keep essential supplies together and easily transportable from room to room in refillable glass bottles and spray bottles.
  • Store frequently used items like all-purpose cleaner under the sink or in a designated cabinet for quick access.
  • Keep larger items such as vacuum cleaners, cordless cleaning brushes, steam mops, and brooms in a closet or utility room where they won't clutter living spaces.
  • Store specialty cleaners and chemicals out of reach of children and pets in a high cabinet or locked storage container.

Deep cleaning the living room is all about creating a comfortable and inviting space for relaxation and entertainment.

1. Start by vacuuming upholstered furniture, including sofas, chairs, and ottomans, to remove dust, crumbs, and pet hair.

2. Spot clean any tough stains using our enzyme-based stain remover or upholstery shampoo, all free from harsh chemicals.

3. Dust and polish furniture surfaces, shelves, and decorative items to remove fingerprints and dirt buildup.

4. Vacuum or sweep floors, paying attention to corners and under furniture.

5. Don't forget to dust and clean electronics, including TV screens, speakers, and gaming consoles, to maintain optimal performance.