Around this time of year, you may find yourself wondering how to spring clean your house when the weather is still so iffy. I don’t know what it’s like where you live, but here it’s been sunny and 70° F one day, then rainy and 40° F the next. I’ve lived here in Kansas long enough to know that it’s still a bit too early to do any serious Spring Cleaning: something tells me we still have one more cruel blast of winter ahead.
But if the weather’s turned where you live, or if you’re just impatient, here’s a roundup of my Spring Cleaning guides. Most of them have printable checklists, which I recommend slipping into plastic page protectors so you can cross items off with a dry erase marker (or even a Crayon), then wipe them clean to use again next year… or in the autumn, if you’re into that.
Get the right tools
Even if you already have a good set of basic cleaning tools, Spring Cleaning involves more intensive cleaning than the day-to-day stuff. Check out this list of my favorite Spring Cleaning tools — they’ll help you save time and muscle pain!
Printable How To Spring Clean Checklists
- Spring Cleaning The Kitchen
- Spring Cleaning The Living/Family Room
- Spring Cleaning Bedrooms
- Spring Cleaning Closets
- Spring Cleaning Bathrooms
Other How To Spring Clean Guides
Don’t forget to check out my recipes for homemade cleaners so you aren’t polluting your home’s air while you’re spring cleaning your home!