Quick Spring Cleaning Routines to Keep You Organized

Quick Spring Cleaning Routines to Keep You Organized

Spring is here, and it brought with it beautiful flowers and blue skies. That’s right, with April showers and warming weather, you know that your spring cleaning is right around the corner.

Not a fan of the big spring clean? Don’t panic – spring cleaning doesn’t have to be all that dreadful. After all, doing a seasonal clean should be a refreshing process. Out with the old, in with the new, right? Get excited about freshening up your home this season with our quick spring cleaning routines that will help keep you organized.

Keep Up With Weekly Chores

Stick with a cleaning schedule that’ll have you doing small tasks throughout the week instead of one strenuous clean. Spending 20-30 minutes each day on specified to-do items will help move along your spring cleaning and keep for a consistently tidy home.

Don’t Clean Alone

Have you ever heard the saying “Many hands make light work”? This sentiment couldn’t be any more true. Getting the family in on the action ensures that everyone gets a share. Distribute your routine of daily tasks such as laundry, sweeping, vacuuming, dusting, dishes, and decluttering to different members of the family. The little ones may be the toughest to convince, so incentivize completing these quick chores with a reward at the end of the week. At the beginning of each new season, the family members will rotate their assigned chores.

Get Rid of Unwanted Items

You keep your house neat and tidy every week, so why do you still need to have a spring clean? One of the biggest chores of your spring clean is decluttering your home. After one too many shopping trips to the home decor store, or taking a look at those outgrown children’s clothes or toys, one tends to accumulate some unnecessary items over the year. Try and change your mind set about what you bring in and out of the house. If you don’t really need it, don’t buy it. Not only will this save you the time it takes to clean and clear out these items, it will also save you money.

Hold a Garage Sale

At the start of warmer weather, why not host a garage sale to get rid of the clutter and old items that you no longer need? This is a great way to clear out some space and make your home clean and fresh for the new season.

Put Things Back Where They Belong

Being more active on simply putting items back where they belong as soon as you’re done with them is one of the best habits to take on for a clean home. If everyone follows this easy house rule, there’ll be no more need to hunt around bedrooms for drinking glasses, clothes will be in the hamper where they belong, and you’ll never lose your car keys again!

Tend to Usually Ignored Tasks Monthly

Another aspect of the general spring cleaning routine is getting to all of those uncommon areas of the house that you don’t often think of tending to. Save time on your spring clean by tackling one of these out-of-the-box tasks at the end of every month. Some task examples include: wiping down doors and baseboards, cleaning your shutters or blinds, sorting through and tossing out old paperwork, clearing out closets, and sorting through dressers to get rid of clothes that are rarely worn or no longer fit.

Don’t let spring cleaning fill you with dread. By following these helpful spring cleaning routines you can look forward to a quick and easy clean that will leave you and your home feeling fresh, accomplished, and organized.

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