01 of 08
This beautiful one page printable checklist from FreebieFindingMom.com includes items that need to be done in all rooms, room specific chores, and even a list of what needs to be tackled outside during your spring cleaning. It opens in a PDF format and has boxes to mark off as you complete each task.
02 of 08
This free printable PDF document from MarthaStewart.com is more of a basic primer for spring cleaning than a simple checklist. It includes pictures and advice or instructions for some of the tasks. There are no boxes to check off, and the color pictures included may make it less desirable to print. But the information is wonderful and the tasks are nicely laid out.
03 of 08
This more traditional list from CleanMama.net is available to download for free. It is broken down into regular deep cleaning chores, bonus point areas, and more traditional spring cleaning chores. If your home is already relatively clean, this list will give you a chance to deep clean those forgotten cleaning chores. The pale blue colors on the list make this one take less ink to print as well. You'll need to add this item to the cart in the online store and checkout with your information,... but the total will be free. A link will then be emailed to you directly within a few minutes.
04 of 08
This basic spring cleaning checklist from FamilieswithPurpose.com won't overwhelm you with the amount of work that needs to be done. This list is perfect for someone who wants to get a few extra things done but doesn't need a super detailed list. With only a few items on the list, you can knock out your tasks quickly. And the list prints in very basic colors without pictures to eat up your ink supply. The section for notes on the side is really nice to keep track of repairs, items that... need to be purchased or other information that comes to you as you are cleaning.Continue to 5 of 8 below.
05 of 08
This spring cleaning checklist from TheHappierHomemaker.com is detailed and thorough. Completing everything on this list will give you a super clean house. The list is laid out nicely in multiple columns so that it fits all on one page. This means you'll be less likely to misplace part of the list. This is a great option for someone who not only wants a deep clean but to get extra chores done as well. Everything from cleaning out drawers to dusting vent covers is included. Outside chores are... listed as well.
06 of 08
Sheknows.com has 4 printable checklists for the kitchen, living room, bedroom, and bathroom. These bright and cheery lists also include items that may need to be updated or replaced in your home. The checklists do have some artwork on them. The font is large and easily read, for those who dislike small print. All checklists are in a PDF format and free to print.
07 of 08
This super thorough checklist from ImperfectHomemaking.com has a link to a printable version that opens in a Google Doc The list is one of the most comprehensive I've seen, covering deep cleaning, seasonal chores, and even some regular cleaning items we may normally forget about. It includes sections on the foyer, stairwells, laundry room, and outside. I absolutely love the scope of this list. And if a number of items are overwhelming, skip the things that don't apply to your home.... Cross them all off and you'll have already completed part of the list without doing anything.
08 of 08
This lovely printable checklist from IHeartNapTime.net prints in landscape mode and has a gorgeous border. The list has actual check boxes to mark off. The list has a nice balance between detailed list and regular chores. What I love most about this list is how beautiful it is. Just printing it will make you get excited to start cleaning your home.