Not everyone wakes up on March 21st with a clear and organized plan on how to Spring Clean their house. Some of us awoke that morning to shovel 4 inches of snow off the porch and have not yet been motivated to get out the old mop and bucket. Check out these books for some great ideas on how to jumpstart your Spring Cleaning routine. They just might inspire those of us who need that extra push.
31 Days to Clean: Having a Martha House the Mary WayeBook by Sarah Mae – Released Today & available instantaneously by download or as a kindle edition, this eBook is well-written and inspiring! I have had the privilege to be a part of this project and you’ll even find 4 exclusive ListPlanIt lists as resources. Incredibly, it is
Spring Cleaning by Jeff Campbell • The people who taught readers how to clean their homes in 42 minutes flat spell out how to go about tackling those heavy-duty, spring cleaning chores in the most efficient and painless way.
Speed Cleaning by Jeff Campbell • A time-saving, step-by-step guide to housecleaning in half the usual time…or less.
Spring Cleaning: The Spirit of Keeping Home by Monica Nassif • Here is clear and practical advice for how to shake the dust from the cushions, chase cobwebs from the corners, and throw open those squeaky-clean windows to let in the clean, fresh breeze.
Real Simple: Cleaning by Editors of Real Simple Magazine • This book gives you a fresh start, breaking down the dirtiest jobs into clean-cut, manageable tasks. With room-by-room strategies for your space and methods for maintaining your stuff, the book guides you through what to do and when to do it, culminating in one cleaning calendar. All you have to do is stick to the schedule.
The Cleaning Bible: Kim and Aggie’s Complete Guide to Modern Household Management by Kim Woodburn • It is time to get Kim and Aggie round to do the spring cleaning – their ultimate “Cleaning Bible” is the only helping hand you need for all tasks of a domestic nature. Every tip and trick from their combined cleaning experience of about half a century is included, and they always use natural products where possible so even your conscience will be clean.
For some great books to use if you decide to make your children part of your cleaning team, be sure to revisit our post about getting your children involved in spring cleaning. What is your favorite inspirational Spring Cleaning book?