Indoor Spring Cleaning Checklist

 Get the most out of your spring cleaning by using our spring cleaning checklist. Tackle every room in your house – from bedrooms, bathrooms, kitchen to the living room. Get organized and stay on track with our helpful checklist, available for download at the end of this post!

  • Cleaning the Bedroom

    Spring is the perfect time to refresh and rejuvenate your bedroom space. After a long winter spent indoors, a good spring cleaning can help eliminate dust and allergens while creating a peaceful and relaxing environment for restful sleep. From decluttering and organizing to deep cleaning and updating your decor, there are many simple ways to revitalize your bedroom this season. So take a deep breath, roll up your sleeves, and let’s get started on creating a clean and cozy bedroom oasis that promotes rest and relaxation. 

    • Wash all bedding. 
    • Wash all bed and throw pillows. 
    • Flip Mattress – if using pillow top, rotate mattress. 
    • Vacuum carpets (deodorize with baking soda first) 
    • Mop or vacuum floors 
  • Cleaning the Living Room

    As the season changes, it’s time to refresh and renew your living room with a good spring cleaning. This is the perfect opportunity to rid your space of accumulated dust, dirt, and clutter, and create a warm and inviting ambiance for relaxation and entertainment. With some simple steps you can achieve a beautiful and comfortable living room that suits your style. So let’s get started and bring new life to your living space this spring!

    • Dust/polish furniture. 
    • Wash slipcovers. 
    • Wash blankets and pillows. 
    • Vacuum sofa and chairs. 
    • Dust blinds. 
    • Dust curtain rods. 
    • Clean window sills. 
    • Wash windows. 
    • Clean or vacuum curtains. 
    • Clean ceiling fans. 
    • Dust and clean lamp shades. 
    • Dust electronics. 
    • Dust and clean décor. 
    • Vacuum and shampoo carpets/floor – mop and wax if necessary. 
  • Cleaning the Bathroom

    After a long day of work or taking care of the kids, there are not many things better than a relaxing bath or shower. However, if the shower is dirty, then you can kiss that relaxation goodbye. Make it a routine to clean your shower properly so that when it’s time to relax, you can do just that. 
    When you’re cleaning your shower, don’t forget about the shower curtains. If you’re like many people, you’re probably not washing them often enough. You may not even be aware that it’s possible to clean your plastic shower curtains, rather you just replace them when they get dirty. 

    • Discard expired personal care products and makeup, and bring old medications to a drop-off site 
    • Wipe baseboards 
    • Clean vanity 
    • Wipe mirror 
    • Clean tub and shower 
    • Clean showerhead 
    • Scrub tile grout 
    • Clean toilet 
    • Mop floors 
  • Cleaning the Kitchen 

    As the weather warms up and the flowers begin to bloom, it’s the perfect time to give your kitchen a fresh start. A good spring cleaning not only helps to eliminate clutter and germs but also brings a sense of renewal and rejuvenation to your space. With a little effort and helpful list, you can make your kitchen shine and create a clean and inviting environment for cooking and entertaining. So roll up your sleeves, grab your cleaning supplies, and let’s get started! 

    • Clean stovetop 
    • Wash kitchen cabinets 
    • Deep clean oven 
    • Clean dishwasher 
    • Move fridge – vacuum and mop behind it and its coils 
    • Deep clean fridge inside 
    • Mop floors 


  • Cleaning the Entryway

    It’s time to spruce up your entryway and give your home a warm welcome. The entryway is the first impression of your home, and a good spring cleaning can create a clean and inviting space for guests and family alike. From decluttering and organizing to freshening up the decor, there are many simple ways to revitalize your entryway this season. 

    • Sweep floors 
    • Mop floors 
    • Wipe baseboards 
    • Clean door 
    • Clean doormat 
    • Organize shoes 
    • Hang jackets 
  • Cleaning the Laundry Room 

    Spring cleaning shouldn’t just be limited to the common areas of your home – it’s time to give your laundry room some love too! A good spring cleaning of your laundry room can make the chore of doing laundry feel less daunting and more organized. 

    • Clean washing machine 
    • Clean dryer vent 
    • Clean lint trap 
    • Organize laundry supplies 
    • Wipe walls 
    • Wipe baseboards 
    • Mop floors 

This year, instead of just focusing on the inside of your home, why not take the opportunity to tackle your outdoor space as well? In our next blog post, we’ll explore the benefits of spring yard cleaning and provide tips on how to get started. Whether you have a small patio or a large yard, we’ll help you transform your outdoor space into a clean and welcoming oasis. So, let’s roll up our sleeves and get to work!