10 Spring Cleaning Blogs to Share with Your Clients

Whether you’re in the early stages of a relationship with a client or looking to stay top of mind with those you’ve worked with in the past, it’s important for you to provide quality, useful content on a regular basis.

One of the most valuable resources you can give to a client is something that will make their living space cleaner, more organized, and more efficient.

Below, find 10 helpful spring cleaning articles from the editorial team at American Lifestyle magazine, which you can share with your valued customers.

Prepping Your Outdoor Space for Spring

As the weather warms up, it’s important to make sure porches, patios, and backyards are ready for guests. Share this blog with your clients now, so they can be better prepared to entertain through the warmer months.

The Ultimate Household Cleaning Checklist

Keeping an entire house clean and tidy can seem like a daunting task, especially for new homeowners. This article breaks down the most important household chores into daily, weekly, monthly, and seasonal categories—making it all seem a little less overwhelming.

Take the Seven-Day Declutter Challenge

With everyone huddled in the house through the winter months, it’s normal for a certain amount of clutter to build up. By devoting a day to each area of the home, your clients can get rid of all that clutter in just a week’s time.

The KonMari Method

When it comes to decluttering, there’s arguably no one better than Marie Kondo—author, organizing consultant, and titular star of the hit Netflix show, Tidying Up with Marie Kondo. She’s known for her philosophy that items should only be held onto if they “spark joy.”

To capitalize on Marie Kondo’s growing popularity, you can share this post on your social media channel of choice—where it should spark not only joy, but plenty of likes, comments, and shares.

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The Ultimate Family Cleaning Competition

It can be tough for just one person to clean an entire house. That’s why it’s important to get the whole family involved. This blog and accompanying printable turn tidying up into a fun competition that’s sure to get everyone excited about spring cleaning.

Have You Cleaned These Dirty Areas Lately?

Most homeowners are pretty good about keeping up with regular chores, such as vacuuming, wiping down countertops, and changing sheets. But there are other tasks that are more easily forgotten. Help your clients out by sending them this list of problem areas that have a habit of becoming pretty gross.

Organizing the Catch-All Areas of Your Home

Speaking of “problem areas,” there are few more problematic than those catch-all spaces—e.g. basements, attics, garages, and offices—where people tend to store all of their junk. This blog offers tips for keeping those notoriously disorganized spaces in order.

How to Tackle Spring Cleaning in One Month

As with anything else that requires a major time commitment, people have a habit of putting off spring cleaning until the last minute. Luckily, there’s still hope for the procrastinators among us. Share this four-week plan with your clients so they can get their homes in tip-top shape just in time for summer.

Think Before Trashing These 7 Household Items

A big part of spring cleaning is getting rid of items that have been sitting around for months on end without getting used. Of course, most household items shouldn’t just be thrown in the trash, and many require particularly special care. From old appliances to toxic chemicals, this guide gives alternative suggestions for disposing of potentially harmful refuse.

Summertime Cleaning Solutions

Though this blog is technically about summer cleaning, most of these principles apply to any month where the weather is warm. Share it with your clients as May gives way to June and beach season is nearly in sight.

Enjoying what you’ve read here? You can send great content like this to your clients every other month with a customized, branded copy of American Lifestyle magazine.  CLICK HERE toget a free PDF sample delivered straight to your inbox.

Written by Kevin McElvaney

Zealous wordie and reluctant writer of short bios.