“Now that spring has sprung, take advantage of the beautiful weather by cleaning up outside and washing those winter battered windows. Cleaning and organizing the garage will make your outdoor equipment more accessible so you have more time to enjoy warm weather activities.” … Don Aslett
When the dark skies of winter part and the sun starts to shine, it’s crucial to go outside and reclaim your home’s curb appeal: Get started by focusing on one task at a time. De-cluttering is the first step. Remove debris and buildup of leaves in the gutters and on sidewalks and walkways. The Rubber Broom can help you with this task; the squeegee side can move muddy or wet messes. Once this job is done, tackle siding. Using the Extend-A-Flo Multi Purpose Flow Through Wash Brush and a SoilMaster solution, wash down the siding to remove dirt and cobwebs that have settled over the winter months. With that done, your home will look more welcoming, and help motivate you to tackle the next projects on the list.
It’s time to wash the dirt of winter away: Before you haul out your outdoor furniture and cushions, hose down the patio or deck with the Ultimate Hose Nozzle, so you have a fresh pallet to start arranging furniture. After leaving decorative pots out during wet weather, rust stains can begin to form. You can also find rust stains on siding. Rust Oxy Stain Remover removes these stains and can also be used on brick, stone, boats & RVs, vinyl & painted metal siding. Another powerful technique to get your patio in tiptop shape is to use the HAAN Multiforce Pro Variable Steam Scrubbing Steamer. The moving scrub brush attachments are strong enough to attack deck boards and cement patios simply giving an extra level of clean to this difficult area.
What about the outdoor furniture? Start by cleaning the hard surfaces. Usually the build up is a combination of dirt and oil left over from food spills from summers past. SoilMaster is a good choice since it removes both dirt and oil. What about fading? Dazzle is an excellent sealer to protect outdoor furniture and leaves a non-greasy protective coating that resists fingerprints, smudges, dirt and hard water build up. It will help return shine and luster to flat surfaces. An Outdoor Furniture Washing Brush with Bird Dropping Scraper can help clean up on hard surfaces as well. Once you have the foundation of the furniture clean, it’s time to break out the cushions and add some color and softness to these hard surfaces. It’s vital to protect the fabric with 303® High Tech Fabric Guard which resists soiling, impedes the growth of mildew and helps protect against the sun’s harmful UV rays, which will keep the cushions gorgeous for seasons to come.
Don’t forget about the grill: We’ve all been missing tasty, home cooked BBQ all winter long, so now is the time to give the grill a good cleaning. The 16” Long, Heavy Duty Wide Faced BBQ Grill Brush in combination with SoilMaster will make the grill like new in time for all the upcoming family dinners that are bound to take place on the patio this spring.
Finally, add a little color to your space: Clean up your terracotta pots and plant some small colorful annuals to create a bright and colorful atmosphere for all of your outdoor spaces.
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