The cobwebs of winter need to be erased for the freshness of Spring to enter in. I don’t know about you but I get a little overwhelmed trying to make sure I clean every nook and cranny. Armed with cleaning supplies, rags, a fan duster, a squeegee, and these Spring cleaning checklists, surely all my bases will be covered.
The ever great Martha Stewart has a great Spring cleaning checklist with some great tips as well (like patching a screen).
She Knows has some simple Spring Cleaning Checklists that are broken up by rooms. It’s a great way to feel a little less overwhelmed tackling one room at a time.
Perhaps you don’t want to leave all that cleaning for one time of the year. My Simpler Life has a great Declutter Calendar that will help you (and your house) stay organized throughout the entire year.
Not only does Right At Home provide Room by Room Checklists, but they tell you which cleaning supplies to use for each task as well as helpful tips and online resources. For those of us needing an extra dose of help, this checklist just might be the one.
really like Copy-Craft’s Spring Cleaning Checklists because she includes an indoor and outdoor checklist as well as a monthly checklist.
Although I seldom look forward to cleaning, I love the freshness that open windows and a clean house brings. It’s inviting and makes my home a place I want to be.
What about you? Do you look forward to Spring cleaning? What’s your favorite Spring cleaning checklist?