The ultimate spring cleaning checklist
Our founder, Belinda has recently spoken with Vogue on how to master the art of spring cleaning (and make it fun!). You can view the full article here.
"The point of spring cleaning is to freshen those areas that are not part of your regular cleaning.
The tops of cupboards and under beds are always great to start with in a spring clean – but devoting attention to those areas you see everyday like light fittings, pantries, inside the kitchen cupboards, and washing walls and windows will bring great daily satisfaction.
You can also make your spring clean a chance to purge. It doesn’t have to be Marie Kondo level but use the opportunity to go through cupboards and either throw anything past its use by date or donate to a new home.
To make it more fun, turn it into a household activity – even kids can have a role."
We've created a simple checklist below for a therapeutic spring clean: