Spring Cleaning Checklist
In Wisconsin, the spring weather sometimes waits until May. You can start with some of the interior spring cleaning while it's cold outside.
Clean out the garage.
Inspect the roof and gutters.
Power wash the outside of the house, including windows.
Drain all sediment from your hot water heater.
Donate clothes not worn for more than two years.
Wash walls using 1/2 cup ammonia, 1/4 cup white vinegar and 1/4 cup baking soda to 1 gallon of warm water.
Wash all inside windows. Vacuum out the tracks.
Vacuum/wash/dry clean all window coverings.
Dust and wash light fixtures, ceiling fans, and chandeliers.
Wash all knickknacks. Vacuum books and shelves.
Vacuum lampshades. Replace light bulbs.
Deep clean shower, toilet, floor and sink.
Toss expired medicines.
Defrost freezer (if needed) and wash out refrigerator.
Clean oven and soak stove rings and drip pans.
Vacuum front coils and motor to remove dust and dirt.
Launder all blankets and bedding. Turn mattresses.
Move furniture to the center of each room and vacuum thoroughly. Shampoo carpets.