Spring Cleaning Hacks

These spring cleaning hacks will make your spring cleaning a breeze this year! Whether it is in your bathroom, kitchen, living room, our outside in your backyard and garage, I’ve got a hack to save you time and money while you get your house spic and span!

Spring Cleaning Hacks

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Before you get started on this list – be sure to download my Spring Cleaning checklist!

Here are my Five Favorite Spring Cleaning tips!

how to clean your glass cooktop

How to Clean Your Glass Cooktops from Happy Mama Tales

easy hack for cleaning blinds

How to Clean Your Window Blinds from One Crazy House

spring clean your car

How to Spring Clean Your Car from Organized 31

how to clean your window tracks

Clean Your Window Tracks from The Intentional Mom

clean your oven glass

Cleaning Your Oven Glass from Polished Habitat

the best way to clean your dryer lint trap

How to Clean Your Dryer Vent from Frugally Blonde

how to clean your cookie sheets

Clean Your Sheet Pans from One Good Thing By Jillee

clean your stove burners with one easy step

No Scrub Way to Clean Stove Burners from The V Spot

how to clean your shower head

Clean Your Showerhead in Minutes from Pop Sugar

clean your cabinets

How to Clean Grimy Kitchen Gunk Off Your Cabinets from One Good Thing By Jillee

how to wash your pillows

How to Clean Your Bed Pillows from eHow

how to deodorize your microwave

Clean & Deodorize Your Microwave from Today’s Creative Life

cleaning your walls

The Lost Art of Cleaning Walls from A Mother’s Shadow

how to clean your grill

How To Clean Your Grill from This Grandma Is Fun

how to clean your hairbrush

How to Clean Your Hairbrush from Made from Pinterest

Here’s another Spring Cleaning Printable for you too!

What are some of your favorite spring cleaning hacks?



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  1. 1

    Such great tips! I have another one if you are interested. The dreaded ceiling fans…use a pillow case on the blades. It is sooo easy and the dust doesn’t fly! :)