To clean or not to clean — both are stressful! We all know living in an unorganized home can lead to unnecessary stress. However, actually doing the cleaning and organizing can also lead to unnecessary stress. This quandary used to prevent me from taking on a “big spring clean.” I felt overwhelmed by the thought of taking on my whole house. Over the years, I’ve developed some spring cleaning tips and tools that have helped me conquer the big clean. This year, I’m sharing it with you! Let’s start with the tips:
Spring Cleaning Tips
Spring Cleaning Tools
Here are some highlights of my Spring Cleaning Must Haves list. Ready for the full list? Click here.
When you’re spring cleaning, you’ll find that the cost can rise extremely quickly. The easiest way I’ve found to cut costs is to buy cleaning concentrate in bulk and fill my own spray bottles. These are my favorite glass spray bottles. They even come with the labels!
These cleaning concentrates by Attitude are made in Canada and are vegan, cruelty free, and come in limited plastic packaging. They’re effective cleaners that are low cost and low impact. They offer a wide range of options including this multi-purpose cleaner and a disinfectant.
One of the main issues with a “big clean” is maintaining it. This label maker makes sure that new organization methods are clear to all members of your family. This helps everyone put things back in their new, organized place. I love this model because it works with your phone to make easy-to-print labels.
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