Getting ready for Spring Cleaning? The task can seem daunting, to say the least, when you have a house coated in Winter dust and grime. But you have to start somewhere! Whether you’re a regular Mr. Clean or just tidy up because you have to, we’ve got your back. Check out our collection of Spring Cleaning printables to get you cleaning.
1. Lazy Girl’s Guide
Not everyone loves cleaning, but we can all agree that messes will only get worse with time. Even if you have to pull yourselves up by your yoga pants to get it done, you’ll find this lazy girl’s guide to Spring Cleaning is perfect for you. Broken down by room makes this arduous task more manageable. and perfect for delegating to your older kids.
Download this for free at CasualClaire.com.
2. Bedroom Spring Cleaning
Give your bedroom a deep clean by using this printable that’s focused on your home’s favorite space. Scour the floor, strip your bedding and dust your window coverings. Oh, and get ready for a GREAT night’s sleep!
Find this printable and tons of other cleaning resources at CleanAndScentsible.com.
3. 30 Day Calendar
Take the stress out of Spring Cleaning feverishly in a day or weekend, and spread it out through the month with this calendar. It makes an overwhelming task seem much more manageable and doesn’t take over your life. Win win.
Find tons of other great printables and tips at SimpleStacie.net.
4. Kitchen Spring Cleaning List
Use this checklist to focus on the heart of your home, the kitchen. Get all those nooks and crannies, purge the pantry and organize the fridge. Cooking will never be so exciting as it will be in a tidy kitchen!
Head to APrettyLifeInTheSuburbs.com for this printable and other style, decor and recipe tips.
5. Deep-Cleaning Bathroom Checklist
If the kitchen is the heart of the home, the bathroom is the opposite. Usually the dirtiest and smallest spot in the house, most moms hate cleaning this room with a vengeance. We love this printable because it doesn’t miss any spots and it’s pretty too!
Tons of additional cleaning tips await at IShouldBeMoppingTheFloor.com.
6. Garage Declutter Checklist
The garage is often the last place in the home to be cleaned, and mostly that’s because it’s not “in the home” at all. We shove unwanted items into it’s recesses without a second glance, until one day we can no longer use the garage for what it was designed for- parking our cars. Take back your garage with these easy decluttering checklist that makes this daunting task a little easier.
Download the checklist for free at UnclutteredSimplicity.com.