Free printable cleaning schedules and checklists to help you plan when cleaning duties are performed. Find a cleaning template below to help you ensure cleaning tasks are done regularly. For more ideas see printable paper and to-do lists and chore charts.
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Printable Cleaning Schedule Templates (Daily, Weekly Checklist)
Free Printable Spring Cleaning Checklist
Kitchen Cleaning Checklist
- Clear the countertops and table: Remove all items, such as utensils, appliances, and food, from the countertops and table.
- Wash the dishes: Load dirty dishes into the dishwasher or hand wash them in the sink.
- Clean the sink: Scrub the sink with soap and water, and then rinse it thoroughly.
- Clean the stove and oven: Wipe down the stovetop and oven with a damp cloth or use a specific cleaning solution if necessary.
- Clean the refrigerator and freezer: Take out all the food and wipe down the shelves and drawers with a damp cloth.
- Sweep and mop the floor: Sweep the floor to remove crumbs and debris, and then mop the floor with a cleaning solution.
- Clean the microwave: Wipe down the inside and outside of the microwave with a damp cloth.
- Empty the trash and recycling: Take out the trash and recycling, and replace the bags.
- Clean the small appliances: Wipe down small appliances such as the toaster, blender, and coffee maker.
- Clean the cabinets and drawers: Wipe down the outside of cabinets and drawers with a damp cloth, and then organize the contents.
Bedroom Cleaning Checklist
- Remove all clutter: Start by picking up any clothes, books, papers, and other clutter that might be lying around your bedroom. Sort through them and either put them away or discard them as necessary.
- Make the bed: Fluff the pillows, straighten out the sheets, and make the bed look neat and tidy.
- Dust surfaces: Dust all surfaces in the room, including the bed frame, nightstands, dressers, shelves, and any other furniture.
- Clean mirrors and windows: Use a glass cleaner to clean mirrors and windows in the room.
- Vacuum or sweep the floors: Use a vacuum cleaner or broom to sweep the floors and remove any dust, dirt, or debris.
- Wash bed linens: Strip the bed of all linens and wash them. This includes sheets, pillowcases, comforter, and any other bedding you may have.
- Clean the floor: If necessary, mop or clean the floors with a cleaning solution.
- Clean the bathroom: If your bedroom has an attached bathroom, clean the toilet, sink, and shower/bath area thoroughly.
- Organize closets and drawers: Sort through your closet and drawers, and organize them neatly. Donate or discard any items that you no longer need.
- Finish with air freshener: Finish by spraying an air freshener to give the room a fresh scent.
Bathroom Cleaning Checklist
- Clean mirrors and windows.
- Clean shower or bathtub.
- Clean the sink and countertop more thoroughly.
- Clean the toilet bowl and tank.
- Mop or scrub the floor.
- Clean any other fixtures, such as towel racks or soap dishes.
- Wash any bath mats, towels, and shower curtains.
Spring Cleaning Checklist
- Declutter your home: Go through your belongings and donate or sell anything you no longer need or use.
- Clean your windows: Use a glass cleaner and a microfiber cloth to clean your windows inside and out.
- Dust your home: Use a microfiber cloth or duster to clean surfaces, including bookshelves, picture frames, and lamps.
- Vacuum or sweep your floors: Use a vacuum or broom to clean your floors, including carpets, rugs, and hard floors.
- Clean your kitchen: Clean your kitchen appliances, including your oven, microwave, and refrigerator. Wipe down your countertops and cabinets.
- Clean your bathrooms: Clean your shower, bathtub, sink, and toilet. Replace your shower curtain liner if needed.
- Wash your bedding: Wash your sheets, pillowcases, and comforters or blankets.
- Clean your upholstery: Use a vacuum or upholstery cleaner to clean your furniture.
- Organize your closets: Go through your clothes and accessories and donate or sell anything you no longer wear.
- Clean your outdoor areas: Sweep your porch or patio and clean your outdoor furniture.
Having a cleaning schedule can help ensure that cleaning tasks are done regularly and efficiently, and can also help to prevent the buildup of dirt and germs, leading to a cleaner and healthier environment.
NOTE: You can specify new colors for your home cleaning checklist by pressing the “Edit / Save” button. After selecting new colors, specify the height as “3000 pixels” to ensure high resolution and to make sure your house cleaning schedule template fits on the entire piece of paper.
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