How to Make Spring Cleaning a Breeze with Refill Home Kits, Plus a Spring Cleaning Checklist

Ah, spring. There’s a bit more sunshine, you can hear the birds chirping, and the winter’s ice begins to melt. It’s a transformative time, both indoors and out. Because it’s also the time when we start to think about giving our homes a much-needed spring cleaning. 

If you’re like us, you love a good home scrubbing. While it takes some time, it’s a chance to take care of yourself and your family as you clean, scrub, and ultimately refresh your space. And when you’re done you’re left with a sparkling clean home your family can feel a little more at ease in. Until the kids come running in with their rainboots, but that’s another story. 

If you’re not like us, spring cleaning is a major pain and something you put off until you’re stressed, frazzled, and absolutely not looking forward to it. 

We’re here to help. Follow along for our best tips for making spring cleaning a breeze, all with our Refill Home Kits. Don’t forget to download our printable Spring Cleaning Checklist.

Gather Your Supplies

Make sure you have everything you need before you get started. Grab a pair of cleaning gloves, pull your hair back, and throw on a t-shirt you do not care about. And then grab your cleaning supplies. 

You can clean your entire home with our Lemon Tea Tree All Purpose Cleaner, Bergamot + Lime Dish Soap, and a box of baking soda. Don’t forget a Swedish Sponge Cloth for wiping up messes and a Natural Pot Brush for especially messy messes. 

Quick Tip: Keep separate sponge cloths and pot brushes for each room. You don’t want to clean your kitchen and bathroom with the same cloth! 

Make it Easy with Refill Home Kits

Have you ever been in the middle of a good clean before realising you’re out of cleaner? It won’t happen again with our Refill Home Kits

Each kit features a 3L Refill Box and glass bottle. It’s convenience you can feel good about. You’ll never have to run to the store at the last minute or mid-clean again. Just open your cupboard, walk to your linen closet, or wherever you store your Refill Boxes. You’ll be back to cleaning in no time! 

Toss & Donate Unused Items

Part of spring cleaning means taking inventory of your belongings and making intentional choices about what to keep, what to recycle, and what to donate. Going through this process every few months will make it easier to keep a clean, happy, and healthy home that you and your family can enjoy. After all, home care is the new self-care, right?

Thanks for reading about spring cleaning. If you have any questions, send us an email at rachael@thebarehome.ca. We can’t wait to hear from you.