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Your Spring Cleaning Checklist


Spring is here, and it’s time to make our homes fresh and tidy for the sunny days ahead!

Pink glove and sponge cleaning

The thought of spring cleaning may seem overwhelming. With a plan, you’ll save your sanity and pennies too! Use our spring cleaning checklist to make your home feel fresh and clean in no time.

Getting Started:

  1. Supplies
    Before you start cleaning, make sure you have your supplies. Get them in bulk or from a discount store to save money. This way, you won’t have to rush to buy overpriced supplies at the grocery store.
  2. Checklist
    Use a checklist and focus on one room at a time.

Tip: Mindset matters! If you're organized at home, you're more likely to be organized at work and in your day-to-day life. Be willing to let go of objects that don't really have a purpose and are only collecting dust.

Cleaning Checklist:

The In-Betweens

As you are moving from room to room, keep these areas in mind:

The Kitchen

The Living Room

The Laundry Room

The Bedrooms

Home Office

The Bathroom

Outdoor Spaces

Safety Precautions

Once you're finished with your spring cleaning, this is also a great time to take any safety precautions. Change your batteries in your fire alarms and carbon monoxide detectors (this should be done twice a year) and make sure all are free of dust. It's also a good idea to change your furnace filter at this time.

Pest Inspections

With spring often comes unwanted visitors. Prevent finding insects and spiders by spraying your home both inside and outside. You can do this yourself by using the right equipment or by hiring a pest control service to get the job done.

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