Household Tip: Spring Into Spring Cleaning

Household Tip: Spring Into Spring Cleaning

Once the warmer spring weather arrives, we often feel the urge to de-clutter and clean our homes. While tackling the closets and regular cleaning jobs, don’t forget to also pay attention to the following places.

  • The medicine cabinet. It’s time to discard old and expired medicines, restock basic supplies and replace any old cosmetics.
  • Your home office. Besides shredding old bills and discarding physical paper files, give your computer a spring cleaning too by sorting folders, deleting outdated files and backing up important data.
  • Your laundry room. Whether you live in a house with a dedicated laundry room or in a condo with a stacked washer/dryer in a closet, take the time now to organize this area for maximum efficiency.
  • Your vehicle. Give your car a spring cleaning too, with a thorough vacuum, wash and wax. Book a spring tune-up and have the air-conditioning, tires and brakes inspected. Don’t forget to change your snow tires.
  • Your BBQ. Take apart as much of your grill as possible and clean both inside and out with a citrus-based soap to tackle any old grease. Make sure gas burner holes are clear and able to fire evenly by clearing any clogs with a sewing needle.
  • Your Kitchen Cabinets. Clean and vacuum and check for expired cans and jars. All these items have expiry dates.
  • Your Fridge. Clean and remove old veggies and fruit and check your expiry dates especially on salad dressings.
  • Your Smoke and CO2 Detector. Check your smoke detectors and CO2 and make sure they’re working and not expired.

Corinne Mash

Being a full-time working Mother of 2 lovely little girls, I really get the value in multi tasking. And that is exactly what comes into play in most real estate transactions. Being able to keep all of the moving parts in order, to ensure that my clients are comfortable, calm and happy with the outcome. I have striven to build my business on the basic and time proven principles of truth, integrity and the highest possible level of professionalism. Those foundations are what drive me and my business. I am a Member of the Durham Region Association of Realtors - DRAR Member of the Real Estate Council of Ontario- RECO Member of the Canadian Real Estate Association - CREA Member of the Ontario Real Estate Association - OREA Member of the Institute of Law Clerks of Ontario – ILCO. As a Law Clerk, I have a strong foundation of legal concepts and applications relevant to residential real estate including: land division in Ontario, the many faceted land registration system, surveys, title insurance, ownership, the agreement of purchase and sale, the numerous applicable statutes, purchasing, selling, and closing the transaction. I am Smart Certified and have kept up to date on all the latest advancements in the Smart Housing sector. I love working with first time buyers or clients with families. I have high regard for attention to detail, because, ultimately, that will guide a smooth transaction and make the experience a pleasant one for my clients. If they are happy, then I certainly am too. On a personal side, I am involved in numerous Charitable Foundations. I have always felt strongly about giving back to the community and love paying it forward. At CB RMR I am on the Community Committee that is charged with creating fun outings for our large client base. That’s just one more way of giving back to both the community and our clients.

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