My Fall Cleaning Check Off List

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Fall cleaning is big for me. It really started when my older boys started school. I started realizing that we always get sick after the kids go back to school. Also clearing out space for the holidays and knowing my impending seasonal depression was on the horizon. I have a list of things that are ALWAYS done during my fall cleaning. I’ve added more things over the years

My ALWAYS do Fall Cleaning List

  • Clean door hands, faucets, cupboard handles, etc and spray with lysol disinfecting spray
  • Scrub carpets
  • Clean grout
  • Wipe down kitchen cupboards
  • Sort through kids’ toys. Clean, throw out broken toys, donate toys that can be donated.
  • Wipe down walls
  • Clean out kitchen cupboards. Throw out expired items.
  • Clear shelves in other parts of the house. Wipe them down and rearrange items for a fresh look.
  • Take down curtains and wash them
  • Clean out stove
  • Clean mattresses
  • Sort through clothes. Donate items that no longer fit. Take inventory of seasonal clothing for next season to see what is needed.
  • Clean out garage
  • Check vehicle fluid while in the garage including check the oil and battery leads.

Fall Cleaning As Needed

These things are done several times throughout the year but I use this time to make sure these items are taken care of

  • wash all bed sheets and pillows
  • wash all blankets and throws throughout the house
  • wash coats
  • Wipe screens on tvs and other electronics
  • wash stuffed animals
  • clean windows
  • sweep porch
  • Clean interior of vehicles

It sounds like a lot of work, and it is BUT I always feel so much better when it’s done. Reducing clutter helps me with my seasonal depression. Paying close attention to frequently touched surfaces helps reduce some of the germs. Thorough cleaning helps reduce dust that can add to seasonal allergies.

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