Spring Cleaning Tips and Hacks – Open the windows, let the sun shine in, and tackle the neglected areas of your home with these easy cleaning solutions. The forgotten areas that are filthy – who knew?!
Spring Cleaning Tips and Hacks
Spring Cleaning. I sorta dread it. However once the first warm spell hits, I want to open my windows and it begins the process of cleaning the home and ridding it of winter germs and cold month entrapment. We found some of the best spring cleaning tips. We also found areas of the home you might not think to clean! Enjoy these cleaning hacks as you begin your spring cleaning!
Before you begin tackling areas of the home, print our 31-Day Declutter Your Home Checklist. As you tackle different areas of the home, be sure to check off your checklist too!
Make your own DIY dishwasher pods with these natural ingredients. Store in an attractive glass jar for easy access.
Renew weathered wood from a harsh winter (or summer) with this front door Front Porch cheap home improvement project. Just add SunShield Outdoor Furniture Wax with UV Protection. | Frugal Coupon Living
Of my daily cleaning task, tackling the glass top oven is one of the hardest things for me – especially after burning something on the surface. Take a look at this glass top cleaning tutorial, you will need 3 ingredients – Dawn, Baking Soda, and Hydrogen Peroxide. | Happy Mama Tales
Use Pine Sol Lemon in the bottom of a toilet brush holder. Never thought to do this but I bet the scent left behind is amazing (I mean, amazing for a gross toilet bowl brush!) | Smart School House
This is one of our dirtiest zones. The Microwave! Use a vinegar and water solution in a microwave safe bowl to steam clean your microwave or you can purchase an Angry Mama which will conveniently help steam away hardened food and other microwave junk in seconds. | Practically Functional
Don’t forget the pillows. While this should be done more than twice a year, here is a good tutorial – thing pairs (or two at a time!) | The Happier Homemaker
You want to find something disgusting? Take a toothbrush and grease-cutting cleaner to splash guard of your garbage disposer. Lift the flaps and scrub them (especially the under side) Your disposer will smell better – you’re welcome! | Family Handy Man
Who knew this product could go form the car to the bathroom!? This is an awesome spring cleaning tip. Use Rain-X Spray on your glass shower doors to help repel future water scum, stains and streaks. | Unoriginal Mom
The Best Ever Grout Cleaner: who knew how helpful Toilet Bowl Cleaner could be!?! I have not tried this hack but I have seen it a few times and it is on my to do list next time I need to clean the kid’s bathroom tile. | Life PreKarious
Give this project to the kids. Put together tongs, microfiber dust cloths, and four rubber bands then clean the dust off those blinds. I would likely spray the cloths with Dust and Allergen Spray. | One Crazy House
How To Clean Your Dishwasher In 3 Easy Steps! I just did this in my home and it worked great! | One Good Thing by Jillee
Check out our favorite, our own Homemade Soap Scum Remover | Frugal Coupon Living
Have you ever cleaned a rusty, cast iron skillet? Grab a potato, oil, salt and this trick! | Apartment Therapy
Are you tired of looking at all the gunky nastiness in your window tracks? It is amazing how fast they can collect this ugly specimen of ickiness, isn’t it? Take a look at this tutorial using baking soda, vinegar and a toothbrush. | The Intentional Mom
Is your shower head spraying in a lot of different directions? It might be time to give it a deep clean. Mix an equal part solution of water and vinegar. | The Melrose Family
Next time you’re in the bathroom take a look up at your bathroom vents. Gross! If they are filled with dirt and dust, it’s likely OVER the time for some cleaning! Use warm soapy water and a Scrub Brush to clean the vent and a vacuum to suck away dirt inside the container. Get ready to breath fresher air! | Practically Functional
Cleaning the blades of a ceiling fan is a yucky job. This can be done quick and efficiently. Slide the case over each blade in turn. When you pull it back, all the dust and debris will fall into the pillow case, instead of on the floor. | eHow Home
Your washing machine is one of the most used appliances in the home and often never cleaned. Take a look at the easiest way to clean your washer. | I Heart Naptime
Have you considered your air vents? You know, those spots on the floor where all your warm air comes out to keep your house comfortable? With just a few minutes and some basic supplies, those vents can be clean and sanitized. | Organized Mom
Want to know how to clean faucet sink handles from the inside? Get those clear acrylic faucet globe handles really shinning with this tutorial. | What’s Up Fagans?
One of the most neglected areas of your home are your dryer ducts. Clean them to prevent fire! | Pretty Handy Girl
Looking for a homemade, streak free window solution? Take a look at how to clean your windows super fast! You will need these microfiber dust cloths. | Organization Junkie
Have a filthy oven door? I admit, since moving in, I have never clean mine! Take a look at this winning spring cleaning tip. Hint: you will need a Mr. Clean Magic Eraser! | Polished Habitat.com
Try these must-try Homemade Cleaners. Pin to Pinterest.
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You will want to take a look at these Bathroom Storage Solutions – Small Space Hacks & Tricks. Pin to Pinterest.
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Last Updated on February 9, 2021 by Ashley at Frugal Coupon Living
Please everyone remember that Pine-Sol is poison to pets and children!
So glad you mentioned Rain – ex. I bought it for this exact purpose but didn’t do it because I was afraid if it got on the floor of the shower people would slip. Have you had trouble with this?
Ashley at Frugal Coupon Living says
I would be careful about the floor. I too would fear slipping.