Guest post: DIY bedroom cleaning tips

Zack Davis from Sleepholic shared some bedroom cleaning tips with us. Luckily, personally, I do not have any problems with any of the points, apart maybe a water glass next to my bed  :))))

You can have the prettiest and the most stylish bedroom in the world, but if it’s going to be dirty or untidy all the time, unfortunately then it’s just a waste. You as a person are defined by the tidiness of your room, so get up and clean it like you mean it! A clean bedroom is what your friends and family want to walk into, not a place which just got hit by a truck. Let us help you change your old room into a brand new one. Here we have some DIY bedroom cleaning tips for you that you might find useful and will contribute to complete the task.

Floor    
Is the floor clean? Do your feet get dirty just by walking on it? If yes, then grab a broom and dust away all the dirt. Check the floor for other items such as any wrappers, tissues, papers or even any dangerous lego blocks; trust us,  you do not want to hurt yourself. Pick up everything sitting on the floor.


Bed
Is your bed made? If you have a messy bed sheet or just haven’t changed it since a long time, it’s time you change it and the covers, after that take the previous one out for laundry. If it’s perfectly made, leave it. Get a good mattress for your bedroom that is hypoallergenic and get it dry cleaned at least once in two years. Same goes for your comforter as well. It is crucial to keep your bedding clean as it can affect your health more than anything.


Clothes and Towels
Do not leave wet towels on the bed or basically anywhere! Spread the towel in a hot place so it can dry, apart from that look for any clothes that you have just lying around in your room. Check if they’re clean or not and take them to their desired destination.


Dishes/Glasses
Some people have the habit of leaving the dishes and glasses after they’re done eating or drinking. Firstly, never bring food into your room; eat on the dining table because eating in your room always causes an unnecessary mess. Look around and if you see any dishes or glasses in your sight, get up, pick them all up and drop them off to the kitchen. These dirty dishes might produce a bad odor in the room, so it would be best to get rid of them instantly.


Waste baskets
Check the wastebaskets to see if they have anything in them if they do take out the garbage. Never leave your waste basket to over flow, they make your room look absolutely disgusting and in the end, might start producing a bad odor in the room, you might start attracting all sorts of insects.
I hope it helps. Stay safe!


About the Author:

Zack Davis is a well-known psychologist. He is very concerned about human health, loves bedding and home decor and enjoys hanging out with friends. He regularly blogs at https://sleepholic.com/