FREE PRINTABLE SPRING CLEANING REMOVAL CHECKLIST WITH TIPS

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The time has come for spring cleaning. Now is the perfect time to give your home more breathing room to be able to soak up that fresh spring air. I do believe Del loves spring cleaning more than I do. He firmly believes in removing all the excess clutter in our home as much as possible. It’s rather annoying at times, but I love the results once he’s done. It was hard for me to get used to his desire to have less in our home than I’m used to. However, sometimes less is truly more.

I never knew there were so many things that add to the cluttering mess in our home. These little things tend to accumulate over time. Most of the time they are just taking up precious space that can be used for other things. Sometimes these items lead to more housework too. I don’t know about you, but every minute can add up to me making more precious memories or money. Some of the items you decide to get rid of could be of benefit for you and someone else too.

FREE PRINTABLE SPRING CLEANING REMOVAL CHECKLIST

FREE PRINTABLE SPRING CLEANING REMOVAL CHECKLIST WITH TIPS

I have made a Spring Cleaning Clutter Removal Checklist for you to check off 30 items that will make your life better. You could hand your teens different color highlighters and tell them the one who takes care of the most items on the list that you’ve circled that they can tackle for you wins something. I know my kids are competitive enough they would jump at the chance to do this. Then that would leave you with a small handful of items for you to conquer in peace.

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Tips for with Removal Items

Many things can be done with the items you decide to get rid of. After all, one man’s trash is another man’s treasure.

  • Host a yard sale or sale online. (Here are 10 Sites to Sell Your Products.)
  • Unwanted clothes, appliances, and duplicate utensils to Salvation Army or Goodwill (These places give you receipts that can be used on your taxes for donations. This can be pretty impactful at tax time. Plus, it’s good for the soul.)
  • Books to nursing homes or if you have excess kids’ books give them to an adoption center.
  • Expired coupons help the military troops. Be sure to check out The Krazy Coupon Lady’s blog post telling you how to send coupons for the military.
  • Turn Old T-shirts into a quilt for a loved one using Quilt My Shirts (they have no affiliation with this site, other than me liking their products.)
  • Scan photos you want to keep. The Minimalist Mom also shared some ideas in her What to Do with Your Old Photos.

I hope these ideas helped you with your Spring Cleaning Removable Clutter Checklist. Be sure to get your FREE printable HERE.

Talk to me in the comments please:

What other tips would you add to this list?

 

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    • I’m all about getting my kids actively involved in housework/yardwork. However, they also gain PLENTY of time to play. I want to ensure they are ready to manage their own homes when they grow up. They also see me working too.

      Thank you for stopping by and commenting. I hope to see you again soon.

  1. THANK YOU! I need to do some spring cleaning and having a good list is so helpful. I also pinned this for later as well. I definitely also want to do the tshirts into a quilt thing. My husband has a bunch of shirts from his high school track days, and shirts from concerts, so I think we are going to make those. Thanks!

    • Awesome. I’m glad that you found these tips as something you can personally use in your own life. That’s neat that he still has those t-shirts like that.

      Thank you for stopping by and commenting. I hope to see you again soon.

  2. I SOOOOOOOO need this in my life. It’s definitely time for a good spring cleaning, but I keep looking at the clutter and feeling overwhelmed. I really like your ideas about getting rid of the clutter that we don’t need, and donating it to people who do.

    • I’m glad that I gave you some ideas to help you out. I hope the list helps you from feeling overwhelmed. Just take one box at a time, this way you can spread the task out over a 30 day period of time. 😉

      Thank you for stopping by and commenting. I hope to see you again soon.

  3. It’s that time of year to start some good cleaning. Thanks for sharing the Clutter Removal Checklist. I need to declutter and donate some things and maybe have a yard sale.

    • You’re welcome for the checklist. I hope that it helps you out. It’s such a refreshing feeling to declutter and make someone else’s life better.

      Thank you for stopping by and commenting. I hope to see you again soon.

  4. Thank you for sharing your wonderful post at #OverTheMoon. I look forward to what you will share next week! Like someone in person today! We hope you’ll come back again next Sunday when we open our doors at 6:00 PM EST. Pinned and tweeted!

  5. Hi Crystal, How are you? Great list of resources and ideas. I usually do some decluttering by posting the items in OfferUp app and try to sell them there. It is easy and convenient.Thank you for sharing with us at #HomeMattersParty We would like to have you again next week.

    • OfferUp is a new app to me. You did remind me though of people can use local selling groups on Facebook or even post for local sale on Facebook. There is another app that is on the tip of my tongue, but I can’t remember the name of it either.

      Thank you for sharing your extra bit of helpful advice! Thank you for stopping by and commenting. I hope to see you again soon.

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