Four Free Printable Cleaning Checklists!

When I first posted my cleaning routines as blog entries, many of you said you love printable cleaning checklists. Apparently, several of you were printing them to post on your refrigerator or to put in your household notebook.

But since you like things to be pretty — and easy enough for everyone in the family to follow — I’ve reformatted them into nifty free printable cleaning checklist slash flow-charts. I suggest printing and slipping them into a plastic page protector so you can use a dry erase marker or crayon to check off steps as you work.

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Printable Cleaning Checklists

Printable daily house cleaning checklist

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Printable weekly bedroom cleaning checklist

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Printable weekly bathroom cleaning checklist

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Printable weekly kitchen cleaning checklist

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  1. Terry says

    These are very nifty. I might even print them out. Honestly, I’ve always been pretty much haphazard in my cleaning. But these would help! I wondered, though: what does putting a sponge in the microwave do?

      • Virginia Ellen says

        We don’t have a microwave, so we just pour boiling water from the kettle over our sponge and let it sit.

      • says

        Virginia, that is an excellent idea! I forget not everyone has a microwave, since I have a love-hate relationship with mine.

  2. Debbie says

    I love these cleaning charts. I think I will finally be able to egt my house under control. Do you have a daily chart for cleaning the living room/family room?


  3. Judy says

    I must be doing something wrong. I’ve tried to print out your Daily Whole House Tidy Routine flow chart several times, changing from portrait to landscape, decreasing the size by 80%, and still cut off the bottom several steps. Can you help? I’d like to put it on my refrigerator as a flow chart instead of as a list. Thanks.

    • Katie B. says

      Judy, I’d suggest right-clicking and choosing ‘Save As’ so it downloads to your computer. Then you can open it in Word or whatever image program you prefer and adjust it to fit your specific printer. :)

  4. Nina says

    Am I printing this correctly?! It seems to waste so much paper for some reason when I click on them they print much smaller. Maybe I am doing something different.

    • says

      Nina, since I don’t know your computer and printer setup, I’m not sure what the problem is. These are .pdf files so you do need a .pdf reader. If you want to adjust the size of the files, open them as a .pdf and copy them, then paste them into a word processing document and adjust as needed.

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