Spring Bedroom Cleaning

It is entirely up to you whether or not to spring clean your bedroom. Some people enjoy doing it because they know they’ve thoroughly cleaned every surface, while others do it to reduce allergies. Some people simply do not bother. There’s no reason you have to do everything in one day if you choose to Spring Clean your bedroom at any time of year. I’ve divided the process into sections to assist you in breaking it down into manageable steps if necessary. Cross off items as you go so you know what you’ve completed and what remains to be done. When you stand in the middle of your room and look at all the work that needs to be done, spring cleaning can feel overwhelming. Having a game plan is the best way to make the job easier! Take it one step at a time, checking off each task as you finish it. We’re here to assist you! We’ve compiled a list of cleaning supplies to keep on hand as well as steps to take to complete this task in one day so you can relax and enjoy your spotless bedroom that night.

Gather Your Cleaning Products:

  • Vacuum cleaner with attachments
  • Cleaning rags
  • Hot, soapy water
  • Eco-friendly glass cleaner
  • Baking Soda

Start Working!

1. Clean up

Do what you normally do when cleaning your room, but skip making your bed. Get rid of anything that doesn’t belong in the bedroom, such as trash, items to donate, and items that belong in another room. Begin with the basics of keeping your bedroom tidy on a daily basis by putting dirty clothes in the hamper and putting things away on your nightstand and dresser, but don’t bother making the bed.

Then, take a box and gather everything that does not belong in your bedroom. Set it aside instead of getting distracted by doing anything with it right now. Gather items you no longer want to keep in another box or bag and set them aside to donate. You might want to label the boxes to avoid confusion. Finally, gather all trash, including any that may have accumulated under the bed, nightstand, or dresser, and place it in the garbage bag. Throw it away.

2. Begin the laundry

Remove any fabrics that need to be washed from the bedroom, such as bedding, clothing, curtains, small rugs, and so on. Before tossing your Simply Organic Bamboo sheets into the washing machine with everything else, read our blog post on caring for them.

3. Clean the Walls

Dust adores coating your walls, ceiling fans, and every nook and cranny in your windows.

Begin by removing any cobwebs from the ceiling and cleaning the blades of your ceiling fan or hanging light fixtures.

Wash the walls, windows, doors, light switches, and wall hangings from top to bottom with soapy water.

Glass cleaner should be used to clean window glass, mirrors, and picture frames.

4. Storage and clean surfaces

Dust all of your hard surfaces, furniture, and lamps with a damp rag. Make sure you work your way down from the highest point to the lowest so that falling dust doesn’t end up on a freshly cleaned spot.

Clean your fabric furniture, especially your mattress, with vacuum attachments. When you’re finished, flip or rotate your mattress and vacuum it again.

5. Clean the floors by moving the rugs to another room to vacuum or outside to beat.

Use attachments to vacuum under furniture and in air vents.

Carpets- Allow baking soda to sit on the carpets while you clean the baseboards with a damp, soapy rag. Finally, vacuum the carpets in perpendicular directions twice.

Vacuum or broom sweep and mop the hardwood floors, including the baseboards.

6. Clean Lamps

Turn off any lamps in your room to allow them to cool. Take off their shades and clean the cool bulbs with glass cleaner and a clean cloth. After cleaning the bulbs, wipe down the lamp base and cord. A lint roller will remove most dust from the lampshade, but if they are smudged or dirty, you can clean them more thoroughly.

7. Finishing Touches

Make your bed with your Bamboo sheets and comforter. Finish your Spring Cleaning in the bedroom by rehanging the curtains and making the bed with a freshly laundered mattress pad and clean linens. Now is the time to deal with the boxes of belongings you’d saved: take the donation box to your car, empty the trash, and put items that belong in other rooms away.

Return your window treatments and area rugs.

Make a Bedroom cleaning checklist to keep track of your spring cleaning. Remember to de-clutter and throw away things you don’t require.

Checklist for Spring Cleaning in the Bedroom: 

-Open the windows.

-Remove anything that should not be in the room and return it to its proper place.

-Dust, vacuum, and disinfect furniture.

-Empty each drawer, wash it, and neatly replace the contents. Donate or discard any items you no longer use.

-Empty the wardrobe, wash it inside and out, wash the clothes, and neatly replace them. Donate any clothing that you no longer wear.

-Go ahead and unwind; your work here is finished!

Move the bed to one side and clean or dispose of anything beneath it. Vacuum and sweep the area under the bed.

Before vacuuming, sprinkle some baking soda over the mattress to freshen it.

-Clean the sheets and curtains.

-Hot water should be used to wash the pillows and duvet. Inflate the mattress.

-Lights should be dusted and lampshades should be cleaned.

-Clean the windows and the window sills.

Window screens should be cleaned.

-Light switch plates should be washed and disinfected.

-Walls should be washed.

-Mirrors, art, and decor should all be dusted and cleaned.

-Clean the doorknobs and doors.

-Floor registers and vent covers should be cleaned.

-Sweep and clean the floors.

Spring cleaning can be a daunting task unless you break it down into steps and focus on one task at a time. You’ll be looking around in a spotless room that smells amazing and looks inviting before you know it. Start your aromatherapy and crawl into your new Bamboo sheets for a restful night’s sleep.