Of the almost 1,500 posts I’ve published on this blog, the most popular (by far) has been my Cleaning Schedule Printable. It has almost 165,000 pins on Pinterest and almost half a million views. That’s a lot of cleaning! 🙂 It absolutely thrills me that so many people have been able to find inspiration from that post. And I can attest to the fact that it’s a cleaning schedule that actually works – I use it each and every week.
If you’re following that schedule, there shouldn’t be much that needs to be done around your home. It’s an amazing way to keep your home clean on a day-to-day basis. But, of course, there are a few random chores that need to be done once or twice a year. In honor of spring, I thought I’d make a new printable that touches on the tasks that are often forgotten!
Phew, that’s a lot of cleaning, right? This spring cleaning checklist is definitely not something that can be done in a day or even a week. I’d recommend taking a month and focusing on 1-2 of these a day. These are broken down into almost the same zones that I use for my regular cleaning schedule, so if you follow that, just cover each zone during the week you’d normally hit on it.
Want to see an updated version of this printable? Check out my ebook, Journey to Clean! It has dozens of cleaning printables that are hand-tailored to my proven cleaning system.
Now go get to cleaning! 🙂 And, if you’re interested, you can check out other printables on my blog here!
WANT TO ACCESS MY FREE COLLECTION OF PRINTABLES?
Subscribe to the Lamberts Lately newsletter for the latest from the blog and access to the newsletter-exclusive printable collection!