5 Spring Cleaning Tips for Decks and Porches

by Alli

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I’m counting down the days until spring! The inside of my house has been spring cleaned from top to bottom. Now it’s time to turn my attention to the outside of the house. I’ve learned to work smarter, not harder and I’m sharing my Top 5 Spring Cleaning Tips for Decks and Porches.

Don't forget your deck, patio or porch when spring cleaning. When it comes to cleaning my deck and porch, I work smarter, not harder. Here are my 5 Spring Cleaning Tips for getting the outside of your house ready fro spring.

5 Spring Cleaning Tips for Decks and Porches

1. Get rid of cobwebs

I have an old broom I use to reach up high so I can get all the cobwebs swept away. Removing dirt and cobwebs is always my first step when cleaning the porch and deck.

Spring Cleaning Tips - Get rid of cobwebs

2.  Clean the Windows

Forget the rolls of paper towels and a ladder. Windex® Outdoor Glass & Patio Concentrated Cleaner and your garden hose are all you need. Spray, rinse, let dry. Yes, it’s that easy!

After cleaning the door and windows, it’s time to hang my DIY spring wreath.

Spring Cleaning Tips - Spring Wreath

3.  Clean and Shine Patio Furniture

As soon as I’m done washing and rinsing the windows, I use Windex® Outdoor Glass & Patio Concentrated Cleaner to clean and shine my patio furniture. Don’t forget to clean the underside. Then rinse and let dry.

Spring Cleaning Tips

4.  Hose off or Replace Doormat

My doormat takes a beating over the winter months. Spring is the perfect time to replace your doormat. Be sure and use a doormat outside and inside to trap dirt from being tracked into the house.

Spring Cleaning Tips for Porches and Decks

5.  Clean the BBQ Grill

Once spring arrives, my husband uses the BBQ grill several times a week so I make sure it’s ready for a workout. I disconnect the propane, remove the grates and give them a good scrubbing. I scrub the inside and replace the grates. Last, but not least, the outside of the grill gets a good cleaning with Windex® Original Glass Cleaner. I always use Windex® when cleaning stainless steel.

Spring Cleaning Tips - How to Clean the BBQ Grill

I’m glad I don’t have to drive all over town to find my favorite Windex® products. I just stop by the cleaning aisle when I’m buying groceries at my local Kroger.

In Store Photo - Windex - Spring Cleaning Tips for Decks and Porches

Windex® Outdoor Glass & Patio Concentrated Cleaner is my go-to cleaner when I’m spring cleaning my deck and porch. It easily cleans my windows, patio furniture, siding and more. The specially designed spray bottle attaches to my garden hose. All I have to do is spray, rinse and let dry. Easy, peasy! 

Spring Cleaning Tips

By utilizing my 5 spring cleaning tips, it doesn’t take long for my deck and porch to sparkle and shine – just in time for spring. With Windex® Outdoor Glass & Patio Concentrated Cleaner, I easily cleaned my deck and front porch, added some flowers and  I’m ready for spring. Are you?

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