The idea of cleaning your house from top to bottom can feel a little intimidating. Using spring cleaning printable charts can help you stay on top of cleaning because they are easy to print out and check off as you complete each task. Find a great round up of different spring cleaning charts below!
This Spring cleaning printable checklist from Inspiration for Moms is a great basic room-by-room chart. You can tackle this list by assigning different family members certain rooms, or even by task type (ie. clean all the baseboards in the house). When you’ve completed the checklist, take the advice she puts at the bottom of the chart and get yourself some flowers to brighten up your fresh, clean space!
If printing out pretty lists makes you happy, then this floral Spring cleaning chart is for you! Susan from Oh My Creative gives you an easy to follow, room-by-room chart for getting your house clean. She’s broken it down by things that need to be done in every room, and then room-specific tasks.
Spring cleaning is a time to not only clean your house, but to think through and decide what needs to stay in it. This in-depth Spring cleaning guide from Clutter Keeper lists tasks you may not have considered when cleaning your home, including suggestions for how to better utilize your space. I also like that she has a section for the garage/shed.
Maybe a list of to-dos for your entire house isn’t motivating in the least. But what about looking at it as a challenge? Breaking your Spring cleaning down to one main task a day is a good alternative to a list of to-dos. I think this 25-day challenge put together by DIY Decor Mom is a great way to get your house clean by focusing on specific tasks instead of rooms (ie. bookcases, wash pillows).
Spring cleaning can feel overwhelming, which is why it’s nice to be able to just print out a list of tasks that need to be done. So Much Better with Age has done a great job of breaking each room down into bite-size jobs. This will help ensure that you have a clean house from top to bottom by the time you’ve checked off the last item.
This Spring cleaning printable from How to Nest for Less doesn’t include only cleaning tasks. There are also some suggestions of things you can do to improve your home, such as caulking around the shower or tub or resealing grout and tile. Adding basic home improvement tasks to your spring cleaning will help keep your home in better shape and you’ll feel better about the space you live in.
I love this idea from Small Stuff Counts! She’s put together a handy printable page that can be cut down and turned into a booklet. You can even laminate the pages and punch a hole in the corner for a ring and keep it with your cleaning supplies. Then you can easily check off each item without worrying about your list getting wet, ripped or otherwise ruined. Plus, it’s a great way to save on paper since you won’t need to print a new one off each time you need a cleaning checklist.