If you’re not sure where to begin your spring cleaning, a great way to get started is by using a checklist.
I’m a huge fan of checklists. So, before you even begin to tackle any of your spring cleaning projects, take a look at my favorite 10 spring cleaning checklists. I think you’re bound to find a few that will help make your spring cleaning more organized and productive.
You’ll find 7 very helpful checklists for the bathroom, bedroom, home office, kitchen, living room, outdoors, and utility room. Each of them tells you what to do, who’s it assigned to, recommended tools & products, and helpful tips & online resources.
Nice two-page spring cleaning checklist that covers the entryway, living room, bedroom, kitchen, bathroom. Also gives you ideas on what to donate, recycle, add, and replace.
Who better than Martha Stewart to give us tips on everything we need to know about spring cleaning. More like a guide than a checklist, this three-page spring cleaning guide gives you lots of detail about cleaning everything from cleansers, stain removal, storage to outdoor spaces and storm windows.
This one page checklist covers all the main rooms in the house, including the garage. You’re also able to create your own customized checklist.
This fun checklist turns spring cleaning into a friendly competition. Earn points for each cleaning task completed. The person with the most points wins.
Nice set of downloadable spring cleaning checklists that covers the kitchen, living room, bedroom, and bathroom. Each checklist features 4 main tasks – declutter, clean, dust, and update. Also gives quick tips and a section for notes.
This handy one-page checklist also lets you date your cleaning tasks.
One-page spring cleaning checklist with space to write additional tasks.
Nice set of two checklists covering spring cleaning and a monthly cleaning checklist.
Already know what you’re going to clean? This spring cleaning checklist gives you room to write down all your tasks. Set of three printables includes a spring cleaning checklist, shopping list, and to-do list.
Now I just need to print one of these spring cleaning checklists out and get started. Well, I’ll put that on my to-do list. 🙂