My 14-Day Spring and Fall Cleaning Checklist Printable

This spring (or fall) cleaning checklist includes a free printable schedule to plan out your method! Find out how to divide your home into zones by room (like bathrooms, bedrooms, kitchen, etc.) and get tips from this huge list of cleaning ideas.

My original cleaning schedules really have stood the test of time. Even though I've added here and taken away there from the original schedule and the spring/fall cleaning checklists over the years, the essentially remain the same. However, I thought the seasonal cleaning checklists could use a little bit of a format update – that's what I've got for you today!

When I first published the spring/fall cleaning checklist, it was divided into zones by room, but didn't have a specific day-to-day plan. Since we've all got a little bit of time at home on our hands right now, it's the perfect time for a little bit of spring cleaning. With this system, you can complete the spring cleaning checklist in just about an extra hour of cleaning a day!

Let's take a look at how you can do deep/seasonal cleaning in your home.

Day 1 – Kitchen

  • deep clean stove
  • deep clean dishwasher
  • dispose of/donate old kitchen gadgets
  • descale coffee maker
  • clean range hood

Day 2 – Kitchen

  • clean grout
  • clean out freezer
  • clean out/organize junk drawers
  • polish silver
  • wash throw rugs/pot holders

Day 3 – Kitchen

  • clean utensil organizers
  • wipe down backsplash
  • clean sides of large appliances
  • clean inside of drawers
  • clean underside of faucet heads

Day 4 – Living

  • check smoke/carbon monoxide detector batteries
  • clean washing machine
  • clean lint around dryer/vents
  • wash pillows/blankets/furniture covers

Day 5 – Living

  • clean curtains
  • vacuum under furniture
  • vacuum between/under furniture cushions
  • shampoo carpet
  • clean elevated surfaces

Day 6 – Living

  • donate unused toys
  • clean/disinfect all toys
  • wash throw rugs
  • replace remote batteries
  • throw away old paperwork, receipts, magazines, and mail

Day 7 – Living

  • clean vents throughout home
  • clean furniture upholstery/condition leather
  • clean/change air filters
  • replace old light bulbs

Day 8 – Bedrooms

  • clean out end table dressers
  • flip & vacuum mattresses
  • vacuum under furniture
  • wash pillows (replace if needed)
  • organize under beds

Day 9 – Outside

  • pressure wash stairs, walkway, deck
  • pull weeds in concrete
  • clean welcome mats
  • wash outside of windows
  • clean roof/gutters
  • clean spider/cobwebs

Day 10 – Outside

  • trim shrubs
  • dispose of tree limbs
  • replenish mulch/pine straw
  • edge yard
  • organize garage

Day 11 – Outside

  • clean exterior doors
  • service/repair lawn tools
  • check weather stripping
  • replace/repair broken shutters, pavers, bricks, windows

Day 12 – Bathrooms

  • dispose of old toiletries
  • clean grout
  • wash shower curtains (replace liners if needed)
  • clean/reorganize linen closet
  • throw away damaged linens

Day 13 – Bathrooms

  • organize/clean medicine cabinets
  • clean and repair caulk
  • clean shower heads
  • throw away old/expired makeup
  • throw away old bath toys (clean remaining)

Day 14 – Closets/Other

  • inventory/donate clothing
  • pack away seasonal clothing
  • clean closet shelves
  • deep clean car

As an added bonus, I thought we could all do this together! Starting next week, I'll post daily updates on how you can complete this checklist on both my Instagram and Facebook pages. Each day, I'll talk about what we're doing and simple tips for completing the list effectively. I hope you'll join along!

Need a printable version of this list? I've got you covered in that department too!

You can get both of these printables in the printable collection, a section of my site that's only available to newsletter subscribers.  It's free to sign up for the newsletter – you can get your access by filling out the form below or click here!

This is just a small portion of the cleaning printables I have available – if you're new here, you might want to check out my full cleaning system, Journey to Clean. It's a comprehensive collection of cleaning printable that walk you through a daily cleaning schedule that can be completed in just about an hour a day. There's even a deep cleaning portion that's similar to this spring cleaning checklist – find out how to complete it in a monthly format with ease. Thousands are already using this popular system – you can find out more about Journey to Clean by clicking here!

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  1. I am super happy to have stumbled on these helpful printable checklist. I am going to print them up and split up the chores between myself, my husband, and our kids!

    1. Hope it helps so much, Scarlet!