We struggle greatly with allergies and I did a less than thorough job of cleaning last year. Let me tell you, if you decide to put off cleaning the mini blinds for two years, you will regret it later!
It will take me about a month to do a thorough clean of our place. Cleaning from top to bottom! All those once a year cleaning jobs that
Spring cleaning got me to thinking about my Etsy shop. I have some listings that are collecting dust. Some just need to be polished up- new titles, ending old listings and making new, better photos and tags, or possibly moved to eBay. Some items just need to go. They have been sitting around with little to no interest. Some are items worth so little the profit has been eaten up relisting. Time to free up shop AND shelf space!
I would highly recommend that you inspect your inventory every 6 months to a year. Some less than perfect vintage items don't stop deteriorating just because you have them listed. This is true especially if you have to store your items in a less than ideal place where the temperature and humidity may fluctuate. I keep old books inside in a Rubbermaid bin in our living room closet. The temp doesn't fluctuate too much, but our place is VERY dry. I have had a couple of books that were ok a year ago fall apart upon inspection this year as the binding strings gave way.
Spring cleaning also means taking a look at what you are doing and seeing if things need to change. Do you need to change how you list, what you list, how you write descriptions, take photos, shipping options? NEVER STOP LEARNING! NEVER STOP TWEAKING!
I have been
What about you? Do you do any kind of spring cleaning? In your home or online shops?