Spring is here and it’s time to get some Spring cleaning done. Most of the time when I am getting ready to do a big spring cleaning I will make a checklist to help me focus. Lists or checklists help me greatly because I have cleaning ADD. You know when you start to clean one area and you see something else, so you move on to the next thing. More and more time passes and before you know it, you’ve been cleaning the same space for 2 hours and the rest of the house hasn’t been touched. This happens to me all the time leaving me to feel really unproductive. With this Spring fillable cleaning checklist, you will go through each room and area in your home and right down exactly what areas need attention before you start cleaning, that way you move on to the next thing you have written down and not be distracted by anything else.
To make Spring cleaning easier for us, we have a cleaning tray, similar to this one, that we move around the home with us that has all of our cleaning supplies in it, so we’re not running back to our closet or under the sink to grab something we need. We always keep Bounty paper towel rolls on hand for clean up. Bounty is a more absorbent paper towel, which means the roll lasts longer and you don’t need to use to use as much to tackle all of the messy fun that comes with spring cleaning. From everything to cleaning baseboards, wiping down counters, kitchen cupboards and ceiling fans, Bounty is our go-to brand.
A big Spring cleaning isn’t the most fun, but it does need to be done and with this fillable Spring cleaning checklist and Bounty, it can seem a little less painful.
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I am a member of the Bounty #QuickerPickerUpper crew. This is a compensated campaign in collaboration with Bounty. All opinions expressed are my own.
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