Are you ready to start Spring cleaning? Get this free spring cleaning checklist to help get you started and ensure you do not overlook anything.

Here is a free Spring Cleaning Checklist. This easy Spring Cleaning list will help you clean your entire house. You can print the house cleaning checklist for free. Lots of Spring Cleaning Tips.Free Spring Cleaning Checklist 

Are you ready for Spring Cleaning? Call me crazy, but I love spring cleaning.

I love going through the house, top to bottom, making sure I clean all the nooks and crannies. I know spring cleaning can be daunting, even for the most seasoned housekeeper.

What is spring cleaning?

This is a very thorough room by room Spring Cleaning Routine. It is a deep cleaning in the Spring with a large list of cleaning tasks.

When to start Spring cleaning?

Traditionally, this happens in the Spring right after everyone has endured the long months of Winter. It is so refreshing to open the windows and let fresh air inside.

However, if Spring is not convenient for you, feel free to do a deep cleaning any type that suits you.

Where do I start spring cleaning?

To keep me organized and on track, I like to use a spring cleaning checklist. Using a checklist not only keeps you on track, but also makes sure you remember to clean even the smallest things in every room.

For example, the baseboards are often overlooked in daily cleaning. This handy checklist will help you remember to wipe down the baseboards and more.

This free Spring Cleaning printable list will help to keep us on track with cleaning the entire house.

Are you ready to start Spring cleaning? Get this free spring cleaning checklist printable to help get you started and ensure you do not overlook anything!

Try this Spring Cleaning Checklist printable:

Bedrooms:

  1. Dust ceiling fan blades and light fixtures.
  2. Replace any burnt out bulbs.
  3. Dust for cobwebs.
  4. Wash or dry clean curtains.
  5. Dust blinds. You will be amazed how quickly these blinds can accumulate dust and grime.
  6. Wash windows (inside and out). Also open windows and clean the window frame.
  7. Dust all wall decor and furniture.
  8. Wash bed skirt, pillow shams and other bedding accessories that may not get washed on a regular basis. This is a great time to also flip your mattress or rotate it.
  9. Wipe down doors, door knobs and light switches. We prefer to use a microfiber cloth.
  10. Clean baseboards. Don’t forget to pull your bed away from the wall so you can wipe down ALL baseboards.
  11. Vacuum, again making sure to move all furniture so you can vacuum all of the carpet. Use a crevice tool to vacuum corners and other hard to reach spaces.
  12. Steam clean carpets. We have an easy cleaning solution that is inexpensive and works great.
  13. Replace the battery in your smoke detector.

Closets:

  1. Dust light fixtures and replace any burnt out bulbs.
  2. Clean out your clothes and purge items you that no longer fit. Be honest. Donate items that don’t fit or that you no longer wear.
  3. Empty drawers, dust them and refold clothes.
  4. Dust any shelves or furniture.
  5. Wipe down doors, door knobs and light switches.

Bathrooms:

  1. Clean light fixtures. Replace burnt out bulbs.
  2. Clean your shower head. This is one of the easiest cleaning tips using white vinegar.
  3. Wash your shower curtain and replace your shower curtain liner, if needed.
  4. Thoroughly clean tile and grout in the shower. Thoroughly clean the tub and faucet as well.
  5. Clean in and around the toilet. Use a toothbrush to get into all of the hard to reach places.
  6. Clean out under the sink and other cabinets. Get rid of any towels that are worn out (these make great rags).
  7. Go through medicine cabinet and safely discard any expired medications.
  8. Wash windows inside and out.
  9. Wipe down doors, door knobs and light switches.
  10. Wipe down baseboards.
  11. Mop floor with a sanitizing cleaner.

Living Rooms:

  1. Dust ceiling fan blades and light fixtures.
  2. Replace any burnt out bulbs.
  3. Dust for cobwebs.
  4. Wash or dry clean curtains.
  5. Dust blinds.
  6. Wash windows (inside and out). Also open windows and clean the window frame.
  7. Dust all wall decor and furniture.
  8. Vacuum under couch cushions. Spot clean, if necessary to remove any stains.
  9. Wash pillow covers, or spot clean.
  10. If you have a fireplace, dust and clean around it. Call a chimney sweep if needed.
  11. Move furniture away from walls and dust all baseboards thoroughly.
  12. Vacuum carpets. If you have an area rug, take it outside and beat the dust out of it.
  13. Steam clean carpets.

Kitchen:

  1. Dust any light fixtures and replace burnt out bulbs.
  2. Remove any above cabinet decor and clean/dust.
  3. Vacuum or dust above the cabinets.
  4. Sweep for cobwebs and look for any that might be in corners.
  5. Dust the top of refrigerator.
  6. Empty cabinets and wipe down shelves.
  7. Empty drawers and wipes down. How do so many crumbs accumulate in the drawers?!
  8. Go through the pantry and toss any expired or stale food.
  9. Empty fridge and freezer. Wipe down all of the inside of the fridge. Throw out any expired or rarely used condiments.
  10. Clean oven inside and out. Don’t forget to clean the oven racks during this step.
  11. Clean the stove top.
  12. Remove the turntable from your microwave (if applicable) and wash. Wipe down the sinde of your microwave.
  13. Clean the front of your appliances. If you have stainless steal appliances, see the best way to clean them.
  14. Wipe down the front of cabinets. (I like lemon oil or Murphy oil soap.)
  15. Pull appliances away from wall and clean the wall and floor behind them.
  16. Freshen up garbage disposal.
  17. Use a toothbrush to clean around the faucet.
  18. Clean the grout between your tile. Mop your floor with a sanitizing cleaner.

Dining Room:

  1. Dust light fixtures.
  2. Replace any burnt out bulbs.
  3. Dust for cobwebs.
  4. Wash or dry clean curtains.
  5. Dust blinds.
  6. Wash windows (inside and out). Also open windows and clean the window frame.
  7. Dust all wall decor and furniture. Make sure you wipe down legs of tables and chairs.
  8. If you have an area rug, take outside and beat the dust out.
  9. Clean the grout between your tile. Mop your floor with a sanitizing cleaner.

Other Items on Spring cleaning chart:

  1. Replace batteries in all smoke detectors.
  2. Replace filters in heating/air conditioner intakes.
  3. Dust all heating and air vents.
  4. Dust all house plants.
  5. Check to make sure the fire extinguisher is in good working order.
Are you ready to start Spring cleaning? Get this free spring cleaning checklist printable to help get you started and ensure you do not overlook anything!

Download free spring cleaning check list:

I also have a FREE Spring Cleaning Checklist Printable where you can download your own Spring Cleaning Checklist and physically check off after you have done the chore.

These easy spring cleaning tips will have your entire house shiny and clean!

Are you ready to start Spring cleaning? Get this free spring cleaning checklist printable to help get you started and ensure you do not overlook anything!

Are you ready to start Spring cleaning? Get this free spring cleaning checklist printable to help get you started and ensure you do not overlook anything!

More household cleaning tips:

Try these other recipes

Share this recipe!

PinYummly

About Carrie Barnard

Leave A Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Comments

  1. Amy says:

    How do I print the cleaning list

    1. carrie says:

      Amy, on the section that says “Get your free spring cleaning checklist below,” click the red word, “download,” and the PDF will pull up so you can print it out or save it to your computer. Thanks!

  2. driveway cleaning auckland says:

    It’s a great source of knowledge; I think it will be helpful for lot of people who are looking for learning more about how durable is Vinly siding. Thank you very much for sharing this article. You have done a great job.