Let Pinterest help you with spring cleaning

If your requires some attention, a quick look at Pinterest has everything you need to get your spring cleaning on. 


Lisa Granshaw


Published Mar 23, 2014   Updated May 31, 2021, 2:28 pm CDT

Spring is finally here, which means everyone will be trying to forget about winter and prepare for warmer weather. One way many people will be trying to get a fresh start as the season begins is by starting their spring cleaning.

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This yearly task however can be rather overwhelming. How do you know where to start and the best ways to give your home a thorough cleaning? Luckily, in today’s digital age a quick Pinterest search offers numerous tips that can help you get organized and clean every inch of your house.

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Here are nine Pinterest tips to help you start your spring cleaning.


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First, help yourself keep track of everything you need to get done by creating a handy checklist.

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Keep supplies in a bucket so you don’t lose them and can easily carry them around the house.

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Consider eco-friendly and DIY cleaning ideas.

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Don’t forget to clean areas you may have ignored the rest of the year, like light fixtures.

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If you plan on rearranging the furniture in your rooms to clean and have a new look, get rid of pesky carpet indents by using ice!

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Make blinds look just like new by soaking them in the sink with water and vinegar or bleach.

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Give your mattress a good clean by mixing baking soda with some lavender essential oil. Shake it on the mattress and vacuum it up after about an hour.

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Give your cabinets a good cleaning with a mixture of one part vegetable oil and two parts baking soda.

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Lastly, don’t forget to also give the outside of your house a thorough cleaning!

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*First Published: Mar 23, 2014, 5:42 pm CDT