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Spring cleaning can be overwhelming but the end product is completely worth your time and effort! There is no better feeling than opening your (clean) windows and letting the fresh, warm breeze of spring into your home. Use this spring cleaning checklist to make your home sparkle!
Spring Cleaning Supplies Quick Guide
I’ll try to keep this short and sweet! Below are a list of some of my cleaning MUST HAVES. There really is no rhyme or reason to these supplies other than they work! That’s what really matters anyways right?!
10/10 times you check, you will find these in my home to use regularly for my cleaning routine. I am obsessed with the Mr. Clean Magic Erasers! Yes, the regular and bath are both necessary. At least they are in our home! These things clean everything.
2. Clorox Wipes
Another staple in my cleaning closet! These are great for cleaning in the bathroom, counter tops after cooking raw meats and so on! My kids love to help clean by grabbing a cloth and wiping down door knobs, remotes, drawer pulls and light switches. It’s become a routine for us especially during cold seasons!
I don’t know what everyone else uses this spray for but I use Mrs. Meyers Spray for cleaning almost everything. I’m talking hand rails, coffee tables, nightstands, counter tops and so on. Basically, it’s my go-to duster! It even does pretty well at cleaning off baseboards.
I highly suggest getting some cleaning-only towels to go along with this. Paper towels really can’t compete against a dust rag!
Spring Cleaning Room By Room
My Spring cleaning checklist tackles your home room by room. This is 100% the way to go as you can knock off specific areas one at a time. Ready to get started? Sit down and look at the list. Make sure you have ALL THE PRODUCT you need to start your project.
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Spring Cleaning Prep Work
Prep work… before you clean? I know, it sounds like a pain but it’s really easier than you think. When you go into a room you don’t want normal cleaning waiting for you. Doing your prep work before you start cleaning will make the entire process more efficient.
Prep work to me includes taking out the trash, folding the laundry and doing the dishes. Simply picking up and putting your belongings away so you have an open area to clean in is such a game changer.
Now, you don’t need to clean up your entire house before you begin – you need to be strategic about it. Working on your master bedroom? Make sure you’ve folded all the laundry and put it away, you’ve cleaned up your bathroom sink so hair appliances and makeup are scattered in your way and that the trash has been taken out.
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