Spring Forward into Spring Cleaning!
Now that our clocks have moved forward and we’ve sprung into spring, the time is right to start spring cleaning and Southwest Surplus, your top surplus outletin Houston, is here to help you with tips and ideas for cleaning and freshening up your home!
The easiest, fastest way to spring clean is to purchase a new piece (or several new pieces!) of furniture from SW Surplus using our March Madness coupon anytime through the end of this month! As the top hotel furniture liquidators in Houston, we have accent pieces like our sofa and console tables that are a great compliment to your current living room layout or just might fill an empty spot if you decide to rearrange!
Maybe you’re looking for a simple splash of color to brighten up the room during these last lingering overcast days. How about a conversation piece like this fun purple recliner, a comfy spot to sit as well as a playful attention grabber? Another entertaining option is a gaming chair or two, perfect for the kids to hang out in while decompressing after school or for the teens to commandeer for their own room! If you love your living room furniture just the way it is, a new, affordable floral painting from SW Surplus can add the perfect pop. There’s no need to search all the discount furniture Houston has when we have all these things at Southwest Surplus!
If you’re looking to do a whole-house deep clean before you get started rearranging furniture or adding new pieces to your existing sets, we suggest pacing yourself and taking your spring cleaning project like your furniture, piece by piece, maybe even making spring cleaning a week-long event instead of trying to get everything spotless in one day.
Ruth Soukup at Living Well, Spending Less has a wonderful, thorough spring cleaning checklist you can find on her website or on SW Surplus’ Spring Cleaning Pinterest board where you’ll find lots of helpful hints to help make your home spring clean!
Or if spring cleaning isn’t your thing, remember how the immortal Erma Bombeck cleaned:
“My idea of housework is to sweep the room with a glance.”