Haven’t cleaned a room for a long while? Chances are, you will notice a build-up of spider silk in certain corners.
Rooms like guest rooms or basements are examples of where cobwebs can start building up. It’s part of a spider’s natural instinct to build webs, but cobwebs may give your home an abandoned vibe.
When it comes to freshening up the interior of your home, you may have to deal with cobwebs. Here are a few tips to help you out.
One of the best ways to deal with cobwebs is to tackle the mess before it gets worse.
Include cobweb cleanup during weekly chores
Include cobweb cleanup during weekly chores instead of only doing it in a month. That way, you’ll be knocking down smaller patches of webs instead of large nests.
Use a broom or duster for high places
Are cobwebs building up in the harder-to-reach corners of your home like your ceiling? Use a broom or a duster rod to get them off. Be sure to wipe with care so you don’t hit anything important like a light bulb or the ceiling fan.
Vacuum stubborn cobweb strands
If you feel like breaking out the heavy equipment, a vacuum will do fine for this chore.
Use appropriate nozzles and attachments to suck up every last strand of webs no matter how low or high they may be. Make several passes to make sure you don’t miss anything at all.
Hire a cleaning company
If you feel uncomfortable cleaning cobwebs due to discomfort with spiders, a reliable cleaning service should handle the task for you.
Companies like Clean House Services have the tools, skills, and professionalism to freshen up your home and keep it sparkling again so you don’t have to. One thing’s for sure, it can handle more than just cobwebs.
We’re always ready to help you deal with the chores you don’t have the time for. So, book a cleaning with us today and see how we can make your home shine!