Having a huge garden or front lawn can be intimidating. Give your readers some general tips about maintaining outdoor spaces, or even link some local gardening businesses that will be willing to help out.
Always try and invest in that deep spring cleaning
You know the drill, leaf sweeping, wall washing, wiping down furniture etc. it might seem uptight but it will make a huge difference over the years.
Protect your outdoor furniture
Help your furniture last longer by using covers or storing it away for the winter.
Deck and patio care
Find out the best way to care for the wood, plastic, metal, or stone that your deck or patio is made of. Concrete, brick, and stone surfaces always benefit from, at the very least, a mopping with simple soap.
Keeping it tidy
Now that you have all the fun outdoor stuff, you’re going to need somewhere to store it.
Blast Away Grime
A careful sweeping with a sturdy broom is a good starting point, but to get your outdoor space truly clean you may need a little more power. When used at the appropriate settings, a pressure washer can clean a wide range of surfaces from patios, decks and sidewalks to siding, windows, screens and tables.
Take Care of Textiles
Outdoor textiles often take a beating from the elements. Freshen up often-overlooked things like outdoor rugs, lawn furniture cushions, pillows and umbrellas. A thorough vacuuming may be adequate to remove leaves, bugs or dirt. However, if stubborn spots persist and a deeper cleaning is needed, review the manufacturer's guidelines. Washing covered furniture from time to time helps ensure it's ready for use no matter the season.