5 Must-Have Spring Cleaning Tools for Busy Women

We’re sharing our picks for spring cleaning tools for busy women like us! This post contains affiliate links, but we only share products we’d use ourselves.

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I don’t know about you, but I don’t really have time to do major spring cleaning. I know I’m supposed to use the change in seasons to freshen up my house, put away all the heavy curtains and blankets and bring out the lighter fabrics. I get that this is the time I’m supposed to scrub every surface and dust every knick knack. Really, I get it. I just don’t have the time to do it! I certainly can’t afford a service to do it for me. The only option left is to find tools that help me make spring cleaning go as fast as possible. Check out my favorites. Some I have and some are high on my wish list!

5 Must-Have Spring Cleaning Tools for Busy Women

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No Dirt Left Behind Cleaning Kit by Better Life : Green cleaning products are definitely must-have spring cleaning tools for busy women. I’ve used Better Life products before and they work fantastic. This kit comes with everything you could possibly need to spring clean your house from top to bottom. No need to waste time strolling up and down the aisles trying to find all the products you’ll need. It comes with two 6-compartment totes to help you carry products from room to room. It even comes with three different hand and body lotions to keep your skin soft!

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iRobot Roomba : I have always wanted a Roomba, but haven’t gotten one yet. With three dogs, three cats and a little boy, I spend a lot of time vacuuming! I would love a little robot vacuum cleaner to do that part of the hard work for me. This particular one can be scheduled to perform up to seven cleaning sessions per week. I wouldn’t even have to be home! The only thing I’d worry about is my dogs attacking it if I wasn’t here to stop them. They freak out over the regular vacuum cleaner!

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BISSELL Powerfresh Steam Mop: If you have to mop, you might as well do it with a power mop! The BISSELL has a flip-down scrubber to get in between grout and a perfectly shaped head to reach even small spaces. You can even pop in a fragrance disk to leave your house smelling beautiful as you clean. Mopping with a steam mop is one of the few spring cleaning chores that I really don’t mind. I find it kind of relaxing.

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HAAN HS-20R Handheld Steam Cleaner with Attachments: I’m going to be blatantly honest here, I had no idea what a steam cleaner was used for. This one just sort of called to me with its vibrant, cheery red color. Plus, I thought it was a tea kettle when I first saw it.  I asked my mom what one could do with a steam cleaner and she said “you can use it for everything!” I asked her to clarify. Apparently, this magical device can be used to clean carpets, furniture, bathroom walls and much more. Plus it’s really cool looking. Hey, if you’re going to clean, you should at least get fun contraptions to do it with!

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Rubbermaid Configurations Deluxe Custom Closet Kit: You know a great way to avoid spending a ton of time on spring cleaning next year? Get organized this year! Rubbermaid has so many great organization products, including their custom closet kits. Check out our tips to organize your closet using the Rubbermaid system. Just make sure you actually go through your closet and get rid of stuff before organizing. It makes no sense to organize items you’re never going to wear again!

Hopefully these spring cleaning tools for busy women will help you get your house in order in no time at all. Then you’ll have plenty of extra time left over for fun stuff, like making DIY no-sew pillows in vibrant spring colors!

What is your least favorite spring cleaning task?

5 thoughts on “5 Must-Have Spring Cleaning Tools for Busy Women”

      1. Hahaha I get that reaction often! I take down all the blinds and give them a wash to get the dust off… am I really alone in this?

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