Well-Paid Maids Shares Pro Spring Cleaning Tips

We’re about a month out from summer. That means you’ve still got time for spring cleaning!

Lexi Grant, an operations manager at Well-Paid Maids, shared her go-to spring cleaning tips with WTOP News. Step one? Declutter. Get rid of items you don’t use, find space for items that need a home and organize those areas.

Then, it’s time to dust. Lexi starts with high-touch surface areas (think: refrigerator, dishwasher, counters, microwave). One area she sees often neglected is the bedroom — and it makes sense. Heavy furniture is difficult to move around, but it’s important to really get in there so dust doesn’t affect your sleep.

As for the best tools for dusting, Lexi suggests starting with a wet rag then going back over surfaces with a dry rag. For this part, cranking on your favorite tunes is key!!

If you want a hand with your spring cleaning, reach out to Well-Paid Maids. No need to do any sort of cleaning beforehand. The team has got you covered.

Plus, you can feel good supporting a company doing good. Well-Paid Maids pays D.C. cleaners a starting wage of $24 an hour plus benefits.