You're not the only one doing some spring cleaning this month.
A video shot Monday morning shows a American Museum of Natural History employee sprucing up a woolly mammoth skeleton in the Paul and Irma Milstein Hall of Advanced Mammals.
Exhibition maintenance manager Trenton Duerksen used an industrial-strength vacuum cleaner, a duster and a lift to aid in a task that'll take him until next week to complete, museum spokeswoman Aubrey Miller said.
The 18.5-foot-long fossil, unearthed in Indiana, dates back to about 9,000 B.C.E., according to the museum's website.
It's far from the largest object in the museum to get a yearly cleaning.
In September, Duerksen spent three days vacuuming the life-sized blue whale model hanging from the ceiling of the Milstein Hall of Ocean Life.