Get Spring Cleaning Done Within a Week or a Month

I loooove how warm the weather is getting!

It’s finally springing in South Carolina! And I am so very looking forward to spring cleaning!

Last week I shared with you our Spring Cleaning Checklists, but if you’re still feeling overwhelmed or don’t know where to start, I got you!

Ok, so you can either tackle spring cleaning in a week or take your time and get it done in a month. Although, if you are going to have help, I highly recommend aiming for getting it done in a week! But, if you’re determined (and have the time), you could probably get it all done by yourself in a week.

I created a Spring Cleaning Within a Week schedule where tasks by room are divided into 7 days. I also created a Spring Cleaning Within a Month schedule in which tasks are semi-individually outlined in the span of four 5-day weeks. You know, to get a small break in between! But you can totally work the weeks however they are most beneficial to you and your cleaning process.

Here’s how to go about getting your spring cleaning done within a week:
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Here’s how to go about getting your spring cleaning done within a month:
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With the current Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, tasks from our Spring Cleaning Checklists such as disinfecting remotes should also be executed as adding a layer of disinfectant to other high touch-trafficked areas such as doorknobs, door handles, cabinet pulls, flushing and sink handles, light switches, and other areas you deem high-trafficked on a regular basis. 

Don’t forget to get your free Spring Cleaning Checklists printable to make it easier for you to tie it all together!

How are you planning to get your spring cleaning done– In a week or a month? With help or no help? And will you be using checklists to make sure nothing’s forgotten? I want to know everything! Let me know in the comments below! 😉

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