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When Spring rolls around most people see it as the perfect opportunity to give their home a good thorough cleaning. There are a few places that, if you tackle them right this Spring, you won’t have to do a deep clean again until next year.

Here are three areas in your home you should deep clean this Spring:


Cabinets can accumulate quite a bit of scum over time. Especially if you are the type of person who never uses the exhaust hood when cooking. To cut through the dirt and grim, invest in a good cabinet cream. A good cabinet cream will remove the dirt and leave the wood nice and moisturized.


When most people clean their windows they focus on the inside only. However, during Spring cleaning you want to clean the outside of the windows as well. This will remove the spots you usually don’t have time to tackle.

A quick pro tip is to clean the outside of your windows on a cloudy day. This way the sun won’t dry the cleaner before you get to wipe it down.


This is an appliance most homeowners completely overlook. The dishwasher is easily one of the hardest working appliances in your home. And in order for it to continue doing its job properly, it must be thoroughly cleaned every once in a while. Spring cleaning is the perfect time to give it a little TLC.

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The Aspire New Brunswick reports that as drivers make their way from the west into downtown Dallas they are greeted by the Omni Dallas Hotel. What was once the Reunion Arena area, is now home to a fantastically designed hotel that takes a prominent place amongst the Dallas skyline.

Usually when commuters are gazing at the Omni it is in admiration of its architecture or in interest of the changing graphics that are displayed on the hotel’s walls. But now, some may come to the Omni looking for good food. The hotel is in the process of adding two new food options, Coal Vines and Biergarten on Lamar, and is looking to add a sushi and mexican restaurant to the area in the near future.

This development is another sprouting food district for downtown Dallas, which has increasingly become the destination for foodies. Deep Ellum, Trinity Grove, and Bishop Arts are several other restaurant rich neighborhoods with rising food scenes near the city center. The Omni locale looks to be the next region added to that list. Southside residents no longer have to head uptown for Dallas’ best meals—the finest grub is moving in right around them.