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Spring Cleaning Checklist with a Free Pretty Printable

If you aren’t sure how to tackle freshening your home for spring, this spring cleaning checklist will help! Get the free (pretty) printable.

Spring Cleaning Checklist with a Free Pretty Printable

I’m not naturally “good” at cleaning. I don’t know what to do, and where to do it – and let’s face it, I just don’t love cleaning in general. Spring’s here, and to get it done I need a spring cleaning checklist to keep me in line.

So when life throws you problems, what do you do? Solve it with printables, my friends. And in this case, I’ve got a FREE spring cleaning checklist printable that’s going to help you figure out exactly what to do and in what room of your home!

Print it out and hang it up, or download it and keep it on your phone. Either way, I hope you like this cute reminder.

Spring Cleaning List

You may want to set aside a few days to complete your spring clean. I’m thinking maybe one day per room so it’s not overwhelming? Of course if you tackle it all at once, you’re a superhero and that means I’d like you to come over to my house too!

Cleaning window pane with detergent

Supplies for Cleaning

If you’re going to be awesome at spring cleaning, you’ll need some cleaning products. Here’s what I usually use to deep clean my home (along with batteries for replacing gadgets as I go along).

I will note that I like to use natural cleaners if I can because some of the full strength chemical ones give me headaches. Obviously that’s up to you, but if you like the recipes, I’ve provided links below.

  • Microfiber Cloths
  • Mop
  • Oven Cleaner
  • Rags
  • Scrub Brush with Handle
  • Soft Scrub or Comet
  • Sponges
  • Toilet Bowl Cleaner
  • Toilet Scrubber
  • White Vinegar
  • Window Cleaner
  • Vacuum

Now that you know what to grab, here are the elements of the spring cleaning checklist on the printable, room by room.

Every Room

  • Wash windows (remove window screens), curtains, and blinds
  • Vacuum or sweep and mop
  • Wash walls and baseboards
  • Empty trash
  • Dust all surfaces
  • Dust ceiling fans
  • Vacuum furniture
  • Wipe down light fixtures
  • Wipe down doors and light switches
  • Organize closets and cabinets
  • Test smoke detectors

Living Room and Dining Room

  • Spot clean furniture
  • Dust electronics
  • Organize items for donation/throw away
  • Wash linens


  • Clean oven and stove top
  • Wipe down appliances
  • Clean out refrigerator and wash shelves
  • Organize pantry
  • Clean sinks and drains
  • Clean inside of dishwasher
  • Wipe down countertops
  • Wipe down kitchen cabinets
  • Clean inside of cabinets


  • Change sheets and make bed
  • Wash sheets and linens
  • Organize for donation and throw away
  • Clean under bed
  • Flip mattresses


  • Disinfect toilet
  • Scrub shower
  • Wipe down walls
  • Clean mirrors
  • Wipe down sink
  • Wash the shower curtain

After I wrote down this list, I decided to assemble it in something you could print. Grab the pretty spring cleaning printable at the link below.

Home cleaning service concept with supplies. Close up of cleaning supplies in front of livingroom.

One of my favorite things about this printable is the quote from William Morris on it: “Have nothing in your home that you do not know to be useful or believe to be beautiful.”

I’m really taking that to heart this year and getting rid of a lot of my “stuff.” So my point is . . . take your spring cleaning as a chance to declutter as well.

All that cleaning and decluttering does a heart good – at least for me. Now click below to download!

Get your free spring cleaning checklist here.

What are your favorite cleaning tips? I’d love for you to let me know in the comments! Do you need more help with cleaning? Visit the related posts below!