As soon as you get up, throw those covers in the washer. (it will probably take all day to get all of your linens washed.) If the weather is nice, let them dry outside. While all of the linens are off (mattress pad included) clean the mattress. I like to spray a little lavender oil on my mattress & sprinkle baking soda on it. After about 30 minutes (or at some point when I remember) I vacuum it up. Love the fresh smell when I crawl into bed. If is a flippable mattress, go ahead and flip it. If it has stains, use your favorite spot remover on it (not bleach!).
In between loads of linens, wipe down the ceiling fans and other light fixtures. Again, microfiber cloths or old socks collect the dust best.
Now go room to room and with your Basic G, wipe down all of your knobs and light switches to disinfect and kick those winter germs.
That shouldn’t take too long. Now, get your Basic H and microfiber cloth and go room to room and remove any scuff marks (or in my case, crayon and pencil markings) from the walls and furniture. It may take a little elbow grease, but it so much better than painting! And unlike magic erasers, it won’t discolor your paint.
Don’t forget to put your linens back on your bed before bedtime so you can get a good night’s sleep!!!
And gear up for tomorrow!