PODS® Phoenix Shares Simple Spring-Cleaning Tips to Start the New Season off Fresh

PHOENIX - Arizonar -- As spring approaches, it's time to clean out and start the new season off fresh. PODS Phoenix is here to help eliminate any stress during the process so that you can focus on deep cleaning your home without the hassle.

Here are some helpful tips to get you started:
  • Start on a fresh slate – Remove everything from each room, one at a time. This will help you decide where you'd like to store each item and give you a chance to deep clean any surfaces from top to bottom.
  • Declutter and purge – This is your chance to eliminate any items that are outdated or damaged. Make separate piles labeled keep, donate, or pitch to keep things organized.
  • Easy does it – Take your time and move from room to room. This will prevent you from feeling overwhelmed and keep you motivated to keep going.
  • The more, the merrier – Call in the family troops to help with your spring cleaning. Not only does it speed up the cleaning time, but it also takes the stress out of taking it on alone.

PODS can help make spring cleaning simple by offering simple ways to store your items:
  • Efficiency: We do all the driving, so you don't have to.
  • Convenience: We store your PODS container where it is most convenient for you – that way, everything you need is in a place that works best for you.
  • Flexibility: Whether your PODS container is kept at your place or ours, we can help meet all your needs with our convenience solutions, no matter how big or small.

"Spring cleaning is not always at the top of our to do list due to the arduous task of sifting through a year's worth of miscellaneous items, but PODS Phoenix is here to make that a little less overwhelming," said Steven Figueroa, Territory Manager of PODS Phoenix. "We provide a number of flexible solutions to take the stress out of any project large or small."

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