Spring Cleaning Checklist

A new season is here! And generally that’s a sign for me to deep clean, cull and reorganise our home – in other words Spring clean. Yes, I don’t just leave Spring cleaning for Spring, I tend to do it at every turn of a new season.

I thought I’d give you guys a copy of our checklist of the thing’s our family does when we Spring clean. Keep in mind this list usually takes about a week to complete – depending on how much you own… and we own a lot!



  • Wipe surfaces
  • Dust and clean rugs/mats
  • Wipe down front door


  • Empty and purge
  • Dust Shelves and storage
  • Clean and polish shoes
  • Reorganise
  • Wipe stair case railing and glass


  • Dust shelves, coffee table, entertainment unit, decor and surfaces
  • Dust Lampshades and light fixtures
  • Launder all cushions and throw blankets
  • Wipe down windows
  • Purge and donate items
  • Polish and wipe couch (if leather)
  • Dust and air rugs
  • Wipe remote controls


  • Wipe Surfaces and light fixtures
  • Wipe windows and mirrors
  • Wipe tables


  • Scrub shower, sink and counter tops
  • Clean shower drain
  • Empty, purge and reorganise drawers and shelves
  • Purge and restock medicine cabinet
  • Empty and Wash bin
  • Scrub toilet
  • Wipe mirrors


  • Empty, purge, reorganise and wipe down fridge and freezer
  • Empty, purge, reorganise and wipe down pantry
  • Wipe down microwave and stove top
  • Deep clean oven
  • Wipe down cabinets
  • Wipe down appliances
  • Scrub sink, dish rack & faucet
  • Wipe down rangehood
  • Wipe down counter tops, bar and bar stools.


  • Dust and wipe light fixtures
  • Clean windows and blinds
  • Shake & air out rugs
  • Empty, purge and reorganise wardrobes
  • Purge and donate knick knacks
  • Wipe down all furniture and shelves
  • Wash beddings
  • Turn mattress over
  • Wipe door knobs, door and light switch
  • Wipe mirrors
  • Purge and reorganise kids toys


  • Purge and organise paper work
  • Purge, organise and restock office supplies
  • Organise computer files and hard drives
  • Organise emails and folders
  • Dust and wipe down surfaces
  • Purge and reorganise craft supplies, make up collection and DVDS.
  • Wipe light fixtures
  • Organise and label chargers and cables
  • Clean camera equipment
  • Dust and air out rugs


  • Dust and wipe aircon vents
  • Dust and wipe walls and wall skirting
  • Dust and wipe door frames
  • Vacuum
  • Steam Mop


  • Weed the garden
  • Mow, edger and water the lawn
  • High pressure driveway and decking
  • Brush cob webs
  • Wipe down outdoor furniture
  • Dust and wash cushions
  • Harvest and fertilise┬ávegetable garden

Seems like a lot isn’t? Lol, that’s pretty much what it takes to make sure I have a dust and clutter free home. Thank you all for visiting today’s blog post.

See you all soon!


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