We realize that spring cleaning is quite the task. It takes time and patience. Create a realistic schedule to keep yourself on track, bear in mind that a single weekend won't suffice, as you'll need several days for more involved projects, such as shampooing carpets and organizing closets. Whether you prefer to proceed from the attic to the basement or start outdoors and wind your way inside, be sure to focus on one task at a time. It will simply be finished faster if you check off your list in order instead of halfway finishing a task with plans to return later.
Another suggestion we have is to enlist your family to help tackle spring cleaning with you. You might find that making it a friendly competition could create a completely different and exciting atmosphere for your spring cleaning week – especially if you have younger children in the house. Assign a task to them and have them compete to see who can clean the best. This is a fun and an easy way to get the job done in a timely manner.
Spring cleaning does not have to be a burden and it is an incredibly great way to bring light and happiness to your home. This Spring Cleaning Checklist is extremely helpful in making sure you cover all areas of your home!
Checklist found at http://www.cleanmama.net/2014/03/free-spring-cleaning-checklist.html