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Printable Spring Cleaning Checklist

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Printable Spring Cleaning Checklist

Ready to dive into your spring cleaning, but not sure where to start? Print a copy of my spring cleaning checklist, and use it as your guide. It breaks down all the essential cleaning tasks for each room.

Stick it on your fridge, and check off tasks as you complete them. Before you know it, you’ll have your whole house back on track.

Spring Cleaning Checklist

Print Spring Cleaning Checklist

Make Your Spring Cleaning Checklist Reusable

Want to reuse your spring cleaning checklist year after year? Just take a minute to laminate it. Then, use a wet erase marker to check off your completed tasks. A dry erase marker tends to bead up on the plastic, so it really needs to be a wet erase marker.

More Spring Cleaning Printables

If getting organized and clearing out clutter are a part of your spring cleaning plans, be sure to check out these other printables:

Many web browsers have their own built-in PDF viewers, but they tend to be buggy. If you’re having trouble printing or editing one of our printables, click here for help.

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  1. I wanted to print this but when I click on it only a thumbnail comes up and it’s too small to print on a full page. Thanks!

    1. It sounds like you’re clicking on the image. Please instead click on the “spring cleaning checklist” text link below the image and the .pdf will load. Let me know if you run into problems.

      1. Clicking on the picture will now also take you to the printable version of the spring cleaning list.

        1. Hi Lisa,

          Thank you for your comment. I am aware of the problem, but haven’t been able to find a solution. Usually, if you reload the page, the link will work. Another option is to click on the picture of the checklist. That link seems to be working fine.

  2. Hey Erin,

    Just printed two lists, the trip pack list (so I can look forward to having every needed thing with me this time lol), and the spring cleaning list. To be honest, when I looked at the spring cleaning list I thought it was only two pages long and thought “well, if that’s all it takes” and hit print. Dang! four pages lol well, the joke is on me. Don’t think I can do all that (or I should truthfully say – don’t think I will do all that! lol but it’s the effort to bless my home and family that counts. You get an A for thinking of it all and organizing it for those who have more energy than me! I also love reading about the updates on your developing homestead property – keep ’em coming!

    1. Yep, it’s a big list, but it doesn’t have to tackled all at once. If you put it up on your fridge and pick a task to work on whenever you have a few minutes, you’ll get it all done. I find that having a list ensures you don’t overlook anything important.

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