Spring Cleaning Checklist

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It’s Spring cleaning time! Spring cleaning can be a daunting task, but it doesn’t have to be! Here are some tips to help make your spring cleaning a breeze.

Make a plan 

Before you start cleaning, make a plan of what needs to be done in each room. This will help you stay organized and efficient.


Get rid of any items you no longer need or use. Donate or sell them if they’re in good condition, or throw them away if they’re not.

Clean one room at a time

Focus on one room at a time to avoid
feeling overwhelmed. Start with the room that needs the most attention.

Dust from top to bottom

Start at the top of the room and work your way down. This way, any dust that falls will be cleaned up as you go.

Use natural cleaning products

Avoid harsh chemicals by using natural cleaning products like vinegar, baking soda, and lemon juice.

Wash curtains and blinds

Dust and allergens can build up on curtains and blinds. Wash them or have them dry-cleaned to keep your home clean and fresh.

Clean carpets and rugs

 Vacuum carpets and rugs thoroughly, and consider having them professionally cleaned

Organize your closets

Take everything out of your closets and only put back what you need. Organize items by type and consider using storage bins or organizers to maximize space.

Don’t forget the little things

Clean light switches, doorknobs, and other commonly touched surfaces to reduce the spread of germs.

Take breaks

Spring cleaning can be tiring, so don’t
forget to take breaks when you need them. Make sure to stay hydrated and nourished throughout the process.

Spring Cleaning Checklist
You can download the checklist here: Spring Cleaning Checklist.

You can download the checklist here: Spring Cleaning Checklist. For more tips, check out our Resource Centre and Blog.

It’s all good.