If you are motivated to get started on Spring Cleaning, I have a 30 Day Spring Cleaning printable for you.
I have updated the printable from last year. Here is how it works: There are 5 days of specific tasks to complete, followed by two “Pick Your Project” days. Why did I include the Pick Your Project days? Every house is different and everyone has different priorities so you can decide what you want to spend your weekends on. Or just take the weekends off!
You may want to schedule your Pick Your Project days for your weekend or you may want to pick the weekdays that work best for your schedule.
Here are a few examples for the Pick Your Project days:
- Clean porch
- Clean garage
- Wash & clean out car
- Wash baseboards
- Launder throw pillows & blankets
- Clean vents
- Organize clothing closets & dressers
- More ideas on printable schedule
I have joined cleaning challenges in the past and later found that some of the tasks took hours to complete. I just didn’t have the time (or I wasn’t willing) to set aside so much time every single day for cleaning. So I tried to spread the cleaning out so it didn’t take hours every day.
You will notice that a few cleaning activities are grouped by task instead of by room. I have come across many spring cleaning schedules that list “wash windows” separately under each room. If I am getting out the products to wash windows and I’m in the window washing groove, my preference is to just wash as many windows as I can.
Print PDF: 30 Day Spring Cleaning Printable
Drop me a quick comment if you are joining!
More 30 Day Spring Cleaning Challenge Posts from 2015:
Day 2: 5 Tips for Cleaning Your Pantry
Day 4: How to Clean Kitchen Appliance
30 Day Spring Cleaning Challenge – Week 1: Kitchen
30 Day Spring Cleaning Challenge – Week 2: Vacuum, Dust & New Cleaning Tip
30 Day Spring Cleaning Challenge – Week 3 and Vitacost
Days 23 & 24: How to Clean Window Tracks Without Scrubbing (Surprisingly…this is one of my most popular posts! I had no idea it was such a hot topic.)
30 Day Spring Cleaning Challenge Recap
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