The Holy Month of Ramadan is a time for fasting for every single Muslim, with the exception of pregnant women, elderly, breastfeeding women, and those who are ill. It is also a time of prayer and total devotion. However, Ramadan is not just a wonderful time to fast; it is also the best time for spring cleaning and making your home a healthy place to live in. If you have been very busy in the past months with work and have been unable to scrub your home free from bacteria and germs, or even keep away small pieces of debris, now is the perfect time not only to hire cleaning companies in Abu Dhabi but also to take the cleaning matter into your own hands. Not sure where and how to start? Here are a few spring cleaning tips for Ramadan that may prove a great help to you.

Keep Your Kitchen Spic and Span

The kitchen is one of the most important areas of our home during Ramadan. It is where we prepare our food for suhoor and iftar. Therefore, it is important to keep this area of the home clean and germ-free at all times. To start with kitchen cleaning, make sure to sort through all the stuff inside your kitchen cabinets. Throw away food that have gone past their expiration dates and make sure to disinfect cabinet surfaces. Moreover, clean and disinfect sinks, stoves, and countertops. If you have a bigger space that makes it harder for you to clean every nook of your kitchen, you may want to hire hourly maids services in Abu Dhabi  to do the dirty work for you.

Declutter Your Closet

Sometimes, we could get too busy and just stuff anything into our closet, even to the point of keeping old clothes that have not been worn for ages. If this is the case of your closet, then it is high time to rearrange your belongings, tidy up the closet space, and retain only those that are likely still to be worn and used. Sorting out your things can be quite an enormous task, but with a little patience and systematic cleaning process, the task may be done in a shorter time than expected. The first thing to do is to figure out which items are still to be used, which ones are to be recycled, and which ones may already be thrown or shared away.  It is also good to separate items in small boxes and organize them in a way that it would be easier for you to pull out any item that you need to use for each coming days.

Reorganize Your Living Room

Have the curtains in your living room washed, and make sure to disinfect every furniture and appliances. If you can, make some reorganizations to make your living room look more homey and welcoming. If this proves to be a magnanimous task for you, you can always ask help from deep cleaning services in Abu Dhabi to help you out with the reorganization and the cleaning process. A clean living area makes for a happier bonding with the entire family and keeps you on a better mood to celebrate Ramadan.

As much as possible, start spring cleaning days before Ramadan so you can better concentrate on Ramadan instead of spending it on cleaning your home.