As we start to approach the spring months, many people will be looking at freshening up the home they currently live in. Spring cleaning is a big trend that is a pretty good one; however, there are a lot of worse ways to offload your “trash” so that it can be usable for someone else, and you can always find better options. According to The Atlantic, Americans recycle or donate 15% of their clothing, and the rest, at about 10.5 million tons per year, goes to the dumpster. Here we will illustrate some dos and don’ts of spring cleaning this year with sustainability in mind.
Spring is that time of the year when every family member becomes busy decluttering and improving the home. Spring cleaning not only benefits the home, but some experts even suggest that homeowners also benefit from doing the annual practice. However, households could suffer physical injuries when cleaning. Homeowners may want to consider some safety tips for an enjoyable spring cleaning with the family.