Now that Spring has officially sprung, cleaning house is at the top of many homeowners’ to-do lists. Whether it’s dusting winter away or prepping the yard for this season’s garden, I hope you find these posts helpful!
Here’s a roundup of the posts I’ve featured throughout the week.
How to Spring Clean Your Home by A Cultivated Nest
The team at A Cultivated Nest compiled this extensive list of spring cleaning resources. It’s definitely a good starting point when you’re looking to kick-start your spring cleaning!
How I Hide Cleaning Products in Plain Sight by the Ugly Duckling House
These are some great tips for keeping your space stylish while storing cleaning products hidden in plain view.
It never hurts to be frugal – especially when it comes to cleaning. The Spruce put together a list of 10 ways to help keep your pockets full.
Make Your Own Laundry Soap (Using the Microwave Method) by Yellow Brick Home
Stop buying laundry detergent and start making your own at home! This guide from Yellow Brick Home will teach you exactly how to do it – using your microwave.
Stubborn water spots and soap scum can make cleaning a glass shower door seem impossible. Here, Houzz explains a few different methods to help keep it shiny and clean.
Butcher block countertops are all the rage in farmhouse-inspired homes but also look great with other décor styles. Since they’re made out of wood, they require a different approach while cleaning.
Want some outside-the-box ideas for spring cleaning? DIY Projects rounded up some creative cleaning tips to make the task more interesting.
When I think of fun things to do, cleaning isn’t normally at the top of the list. These ten tips are great for identifying sometimes overlooked spots in the home when cleaning time rolls around.
Looking for some Pinspiration? Here are some great spring cleaning boards to follow:
Spring Cleaning by Martha Stewart
cleaning :: spring cleaning by Ask Anna
Spring Cleaning by Stuff Parents Need
and last but not least…Clean and Organized by yours truly. :)