Ventilation and fan blades
When was the last time you checked the vents and fan blades in your home? You may have done some light dusting here and there, but these are parts of the house that often go unnoticed or only get cleaned occasionally. To begin, remove the vent covers and clean them both inside and out to remove dust. For your fan blades, be sure to remove each blade, if possible, and clean them. Finally, wipe down the exterior housing of the entire fan to make it shine.
Your home’s hardware, like your switch plates, suffers from wear and tear that you probably haven’t noticed over the years. On the most basic level, you want to remove fingerprints and random dirt accumulated over the years. For the most part, wiping down cabinet hardware and doorknobs should be sufficient; however, if the hardware is metal and appears to have any damage, you may need to apply a metal cleaner to return it to its former condition.
Your window sills are another place that collects a lot of dirt and dust. Unfortunately, most individuals overlook the sills or just give them a light dusting from time to time. However, when buyers come to look at your house, they will use your windowsill as a litmus test to evaluate how thoroughly you have cleaned your home. As a result, instead of just dusting the windowsills, we recommend that you carefully wipe them clean. Then, if needed, give them a fresh coat of paint to make them seem like new.