6 Places You'll Probably Forget to Clean When You Move In
Before you start unpacking boxes, give your new space a scrub down. Yes, you know you need to clean the floors, the fridge, and vacuum the carpet, but other people's germs are lurking in every nook and cranny of your new home.
Wipe the Walls
If you're new home wasn't recently painted, walls can gather dust and dirt. Use our All-Purpose Sponge and some warm, soapy water to wash your walls. Use a dry mop to dust higher-up spots.
Disinfect the Doorknobs
Doorknobs are often one of the most touched places in your home, but not one that's often on the cleaning list. Give them a quick once over with some multi-purpose cleaning spray and our Microfiber Sponge Cloth.
Sweep Under the Oven
All those delicious cookies, cakes, and casseroles can leave crumbs under the oven. Before you set up your kitchen, move the oven out from the wall, and use our Precision Angle Broom to conquer the crud.
Mop the Baseboards
Dust, dirt and pet hair may be lurking in the corners of your new place. Before you move in your furniture, attack your baseboards with the Freedom Spray Mop. The swiveling neck makes it easy to clean at this awkward angle.
Wash the Washer
If you inherited a washer and dryer with your new home, it's a good idea to clean out the washer. Pull on our Smooth Feel Rubber Gloves, wipe out the inside, and run a mix of white vinegar and baking soda through the hottest cycle available.