7 Cleaning Chores You Only Need to Do Every 6 Months – Listed below is a list of things to clean every six months. And below the list are details and explanations for how to do each task on the list. There are more things that we could place on the list, like washing your shower curtain liner, cleaning the kitchen range hood or cleaning windows, but let’s concentrate on this list first.
Months To Do What To Do
1. Jan & Jul = Clean Oven
2. Feb & Aug = Clean Entire Refrigerator and Coil Areas at Bottom of Fridge
3. Mar & Sep = Clean Deck and Patio Furniture and Store Patio Furniture
4. Apr & Oct = Clean Gutters
5. May & Nov = Replace Air Filter and Wipe Down Air Vents in House
6. Jun & Dec = Vacuum and Flip Mattresses; Wash Mattress Cover
7. Your Choice = Your teeth
Use boiling water and a scrub pad to clean the oven.
Get ready to enjoy your patio furniture for the season or put it away for the rest of the season.
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– This helps the air compressor stay in a good working fashion.
It is important to clean gutters so that water doesn’t overflow from the gutters and run down along the foundation line of your house, eventually causing a water problem inside your home or your garage. If you have cracks in your foundation wall, that is the best place for water to seep into (i.e., the path of least resistance) and through the wall into your home during heavy rains.
You can look around your home to find trenches in mulch beds or on the soil underneath gutters as proof that the gutters are overflowing and that you need to empty them. This is one of the best and cheapest ways to protect yourself from water damage. It can cost thousands of dollars to call in a team to repair cracks in your foundation wall.
You also want to make sure the downspout from your gutters is not clogged.
You should replace the filter every month; however, this month there’s an extra chore to do with it—wiping down vents.
Dead skin cells get into our mattresses. It’s good to give them fresh air too.
There you can spray it with a bleach and water disinfectant and it will have time to dry before bringing it inside.