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Printable Cleaning Checklist For Household Chores


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A Printable Cleaning Checklist is a simple way to stay organized with household chores. Busy moms know how many chores need to be done and it can be hard to remember everything with out a checklist in hand!

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WHY USE A PRINTABLE CLEANING CHECKLIST

Cleaning house seems like an endless task because it is. The cycle of cleaning just never ends.

Some chores need to be done almost daily and others can be done weekly or even monthly. I have trouble remembering to do the weekly and monthly chores without a little help.

It is always easier to keep up with the cleaning then it is to let it go too long. When I forget about little tasks they end up taking so much longer to accomplish.

Keeping this printable cleaning checklist handy in my cleaning closet helps keep me on track.

MAKE THE PRINTABLE CLEANING CHECKLIST REUSABLE

The only thing better than a printable cleaning checklist is a reusable printable cleaning checklist.

It is really easy to make this free printable cleaning checklist reusable. If you have a personal home laminator it is a breeze.

Just laminate the cleaning checklist and keep it on a clipboard with a dry erase marker nearby.

Mark off each chore as you complete it and each week you can start over!

It may not make cleaning fun, but it will definitely help you stay organized.

a pink bowl with two spray bottles, one plastic jug, and a blue rag in it, all on a white table

CLEANING CHECKLIST FOR THE HOME

This printable cleaning checklist covers the basic chores for the home. These the are activities that many people do each week or biweekly.

The kitchen, bedrooms, living areas and bathrooms are covered on this list. There is also an extra cleaning box for you to add other items you would like to accomplish.

CLEANING THE LIVING AREAS

Almost every home has a living room and many have a living room and a family room. Each family uses these common spaces differently.

These spaces get a lot of use in some homes and require quite a bit of attention. In my home the living room gets the most use and the family room use is just occasional.

I typically clean parts of the living room daily and weekly and the family room weekly to biweekly.

a lady wearing yellow gloves cleaning a wood table with a pink rag with the rest of the kitchen in the background

CLEANING THE KITCHEN

The kitchen is a space that typically requires a LOT of work. It is used many times during the day and there always seems to be something that can be done in the kitchen.

The hard part about the kitchen is that the work never stays done for long. Just when I think I have the kitchen spotless someone will walk in and make a smoothie!

There are also a lot of extra cleaning chores to be done in the kitchen. The oven, microwave, dishwasher and refrigerator all require extra cleaning from time to time.

I have found it easier to take a day each month to clean out the inside of all the appliances.

CLEANING THE BATHROOM

The bathrooms in my home stay cleanest when the whole family pitches in EVERY SINGLE DAY. It is easy to grab a disinfectant wipe and wipe down the counters and sinks each day.

I can put some toilet bowl cleaner in the toilets every couple of days so that the toilet stays sparkling clean.

Once a week I will focus on cleaning out the showers and tubs and cleaning all the mirrors. I like walking into a clean bathroom and have found out the hard way not to let the bathroom cleaning get out of hand.

CLEANING THE BEDROOMS

The bedrooms seem to stay cleaner than the rest of my house. Let me reword that to say the adult bedrooms stay cleaner, LOL.

Keeping the bed made and the laundry put away seems to make the room appear clean. I will dust and vacuum every week and make sure the room stays decluttered.

It is amazing how keeping the house decluttered keeps it so much tidier and reduces my cleaning load.

DOWNLOAD THE PRINTABLE CLEANING CHECKLIST

I love free printables and this printable cleaning checklist has really kept my cleaning on target.

Just fill in the form below to get the Printable Cleaning Checklist. You’ll also get access to my entire library of free printables.

FAQs

How do I access the printable?

Fill in the form above. After you submit the form, you’ll receive an email from “Wondermom Wannabe” with a direct link to the printable library where you’ll find the link to the printable above as well as all of my other free printables. If you do not see the email in your inbox within a few minutes, check your spam folder.

Where can I find my file after I download it?

The most likely place will be in your computer’s Downloads folder. You can also select “Downloads” in your browser menu to see a list of your downloads, then simply select “Show in folder” below the file name to see where it is stored on your computer.

How do I print a PDF?

You’ll need a program that supports PDFS, like Adobe Acrobat (which is free). Open the program, click File > Print. Select your printer and set the number of copies you want to print. Double check your print preview, then click print.

Printable Cleaning Checklist

MORE PRINTABLES TO KEEP YOU ORGANIZED

If you love to stay organized like I do then you will want to get your hands on these other printables!

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