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It’s hard to believe that spring is only a few days away. I hope you’re as excited as I am for sunny skies, spring fashion, and fresh, seasonal produce. And then there’s spring cleaning… - www.smbybest.com

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It’s hard to believe that spring is only a few days away. I hope you’re as excited as I am for sunny skies, spring fashion, and fresh, seasonal produce. And then there’s spring cleaning…

I know I might be the only one who actually gets excited at the thought of scrubbing and dusting. But even if you’re not as obsessed with organization as I am, spring cleaning doesn’t have to be scary.


One of the biggest tips I’ve learned as a lifelong neat freak is that if you keep up with routine chores on a regular basis, things will never get out of hand. So to make things easy, I decided to put together a simple cleaning chart designed to keep you accountable on a daily, weekly, monthly, and seasonal basis.

If you can spend just a few minutes each day tidying up, you will never have to clean like crazy just before guests come over or when you’ve finally reached your limit.


Daily Cleaning freak is that if you keep up with routine chores on a regular basis, things will never get out of hand. So to make things easy, I decided to put together a simple cleaning chart designed to keep you accountable on a daily, weekly, monthly, and seasonal basis.

  • Make Your Bed

  • Do Any dishes left to the sink

  • Hang up any clothes left around your room

  • Take out of the garbage if it’s full

  • Wipe up spills if they’re fresh


Weekly Cleaning freak is that if you keep up with routine chores on a regular basis, things will never get out of hand. So to make things easy, I decided to put together a simple cleaning chart designed to keep you accountable on a daily, weekly, monthly, and seasonal basis.

  • Vacuum, Sweep or Mop

  • Change Towels & Sheets, Do Laundry

  • Disinfect Doorknobs, Phones, remotes, Keyboards, etc.

  • Wipe down Kitchen & Bathroom counters & mirrors

  • Scrub & Disinfect Toilets


Monthly Cleaning freak is that if you keep up with routine chores on a regular basis, things will never get out of hand. So to make things easy, I decided to put together a simple cleaning chart designed to keep you accountable on a daily, weekly, monthly, and seasonal basis.

  • Dust Bookshelves, appliances, light fixtures & Other surfaces

  • Wash Bath Mats

  • Launder duvet cover or quilts

  • Wipe down microwave & Fridge

  • Clean & disinfect showers & tubs


Seasonal Cleaning freak is that if you keep up with routine chores on a regular basis, things will never get out of hand. So to make things easy, I decided to put together a simple cleaning chart designed to keep you accountable on a daily, weekly, monthly, and seasonal basis.

  • Wash windows

  • Deep clean the oven

  • Wipe down baseboards and molding

  • Recognize kitchen, bathroom and desk clutter


A few more tips… freak is that if you keep up with routine chores on a regular basis, things will never get out of hand. So to make things easy, I decided to put together a simple cleaning chart designed to keep you accountable on a daily, weekly, monthly, and seasonal basis.

  • If it’s been a while since you’ve done a deep cleaning, it might be worth paying a professional to come in once just to get you started. After that, you can take over and just maintain the level of cleanliness you started with.

  • If you have pets, babies, or dust allergies, you will want to clean a little more frequently than what is listed in the chart.

  • If it feels like you’re doing laundry too often, splurge on another set of sheets, towels, or socks.

  • If it helps motivate you to actually check things off, frame this list and then use a dry erase marker to check things off on the glass.

  • I hope this post helps you to keep your space spick-and-span.


Contact Us freak is that if you keep up with routine chores on a regular basis, things will never get out of hand. So to make things easy, I decided to put together a simple cleaning chart designed to keep you accountable on a daily, weekly, monthly, and seasonal basis.

ServiceMaster By Best

729 E. Boston Wichita, KS 67211

Call : 316.413.5754

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225 N. Main, El Dorado, KS 67042

Call : 316.321.1895


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