Spring Cleaning Printables

free printable spring cleaning checklist for the brave, the busy and those of us in the middle, from Scattered Squirrel


It’s that time of year again.  The time of year when every where you turn it seems like Spring Cleaning is what everyone is talking about!  I’m still not sure where I stand on Spring Cleaning this year, but I’ve been giving it an awful lot of thought as I’ve been busy making up some Spring Cleaning Checklist to share with you all.

I’ve already shared some of what I found out about Spring Cleaning in this What Works for You post.  So, I won’t rehash it here, but I just wanted to say that that post helped me create the printables below.  I tried to cover as much ground as I could, and make a few different options that, hopefully, you will find helpful.

First up… the master checklists!  These I made for those of you who love to give your homes a good deep cleaning.


free printable spring cleaning master checklists for all rooms in your home, from Scattered Squirrel


Each page is a different room or area in your home, and is broken up into three parts.  The master list of things to do, a space for you to include your own items, and some extra seasonal tasks you could do.  The nice thing about these lists, is that you can either use them to bust through your spring cleaning in a week or two, or you could assign one room per week or month.  You could also use them if you are moving.  Just skip the parts that say “put items back” and pack up your stuff as you go.  If you want all the rooms, just the click the picture above and you can download the zip folder.






As you can see there are seven areas or rooms.   I deliberately skipped two, the laundry room and the mudroom/entry.  Because these areas differ greatly from home to home, I wasn’t sure how to make up lists for them.  Some homes the laundry is in a bathroom, or there is no mudroom just an entry way, that isn’t really a room.   If you really want one for those areas drop me a line in the comments and I’ll make some up!  To snag individual rooms just click the pictures above.

Now, I know the above lists are not for everyone.  First, not everyone wants to get that detailed in their spring cleaning, and second, not everyone likes to work on one room at a time.  I know that for me personally, I work better by focusing on one task at a time.  For instance, when I vacuum I vacuum the whole house, or a least one whole floor.  I find I’m more likely to get it done, when I do it that way.

This next printable was designed along that train of thought.

free printable spring cleaning check list designed for those wanting to do one job at a time, from ScatteredSquirrel

As you can see this one is a little different.  Down the left hand side is a list of tasks, across the top is a list of rooms and areas.  I left some extra blank spaces along both so you could add your own to it.  (Would you like a totally blank version of this?  Let me know in the comments)  This printable could be used a few different ways I’m sure.  You could use it to tackle one job at a time, or simply to track what you’ve done in what room, and I’m sure there are other ways to use it too that I haven’t thought of.  If this one is more your speed, click the picture to snag a copy for yourself.

I have one more Spring Cleaning list to share with you.  I made this one thinking of all the people I know who are just too busy with life to spend a week or more spring cleaning, but they still want to do something.  If you fall into this category, then this printable might just be what you’re looking for.

free printable spring cleaning check list with just the basic seasonal tasks, from ScatteredSquirrel

As you can see, this one is pretty simple.  Just some basic, seasonal to-do’s.  More of a reminders list than a cleaning list, though there are some cleaning items on there.  You could probably incorporate most of these items into your regular cleaning routine, spread them out over a couple of weeks and you’ll hardly notice them, but you’ll feel the difference.  If this is closer to your cup of tea, click on the picture to grab yourself a copy.

So there you have it, three different lists (or rather two different lists and a collection) to help you with your spring cleaning.  No matter what kind of spring cleaning you’re gearing up for this year.  As for me, I’ll share my spring cleaning plan on Friday!

So, are you jumping on the Spring Cleaning Train this year?  If you were only going to worry about doing one thing, what would it be?

I’m linking up at:  Romance on a Dime, Fluster Buster, Practically Functional, The DIY Dreamer, A Bowl Full of Lemons, Domestic Superhero, Mom on Time Out, Green Willow Pond, In Designer Jeans, Serenity You,





  1. says

    These are really good to have so I don’t have to run back-and-forth to my computer to follow all these great cleaning tips and guidelines. Thanks!

    • says

      Hi Emily, I’m happy to hear that you find them helpful! I wish you all the best in your spring cleaning!
      Thanks so much for stopping by and saying hi. I hope you’re having an awesome day!

  2. Hazel Ruggaber says

    Awesome lists, I have printed one of each already and will decide later which one works best for me. Thank you so very much. Love Mom

    • says

      Thanks Mom! I hope you find one that works for you, I wouldn’t have made them if it hadn’t been for your suggestion. :-) I think I finally have my plan of attack for the spring cleaning here … I think lol I hope you’re having a great week! Love You!

    • says

      Hi Adura, thanks for stopping by. I’m glad you like them! I agree with the helpers, I’m thinking our teen can spring clean his own room this year. lol I hope you found one that will work for you.
      Thanks again for stopping by. I hope you’re having a great day!

    • says

      Hi Allyson, thanks so much for stopping by. I was over on blog on friday, and I must have spent an hour or two reading through your posts. Love it! Thanks so much for the link party invite. There were some great links there!
      I hope you’re having a great week so far!

  3. says

    Thanks for the printable!!!

    Thanks for sharing this at The DIY Dreamer.. From Dream To Reality! Can’t wait to see what you link up tomorrow evening :)

    • says

      Hi Christine! You are very welcome! Thanks so much for hosting such a great party!
      I hope you are having a fabulous week!

  4. says

    Wow! You have been busy. These are great lists. Thank you for sharing it at What We Accomplished Wednesdays. Have a great weekend!


    • says

      Hi Deborah, thanks! The lists did keep me busy for a bit, but they were so much fun to make. Thanks for hosting the party, there were some fabulous links there. It’s always so much fun to find new blogs and ideas.

      I hop you’re having a wonderful week!

  5. says

    I am sharing these printables on a post I’m working on for Daily Dish Magazine. I will include a link back to your blog for the readers to come to get the link to print. Thank you!

    • says

      Hi Lois, that is so sweet of you. Thanks so much for sharing them and the link! You’ll have to send me a link to the post when you can, I can’t wait to read it.
      I wish a wonderful easter weekend!!!

  6. says

    Awesome lists – I actually feel better about starting now – I think it was the steps broken down for me that give me the calm I needed to take on the projects! Thank you!!!

    • says

      Hi Jane,

      No I didn’t do a blank one, but check back in October. I can’t say too much, but there just might be a blank one shared in the 31 Days series. I hope that helps.


    • says

      It is that time of year again! I’m glad you like the post, there are some new and updated versions of the printables in one of recent posts “My Scatter-Brained Approach to Spring Cleaning” and the newest Reader Request “Spring Cleaning Checklist Craziness!” Some half-size and blank versions and updated colours. :-)


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