1. ALL: Dusty rooms from top to bottom, get a long feather duster to reach all those pesky spidewebs in the corners of the ceilings.Lamp shades and light shades can also get dusty so take them down and clean them down and around the light bulb fittings.I also put a small amount of fabric softner onto a piece of kitchen towel and rub it on the inside plastic of the light shades and when the bulb heats it, the smell will go through the house which is wonderful.
2. ALL: Hoover everywhere. Pull out your washing machines and fridge in the kitchen and hoover behind those and mop and clean as spills and condensation often leave messy sticky puddles underneath the appliances without you even realising. Also pull the sofas and the furniture out and clean under those too. put the attachment on the hoover which has the brush bristles on the end and hoover the orniments which are more difficult to dusty with a cloth. While you have the attachment on, you could go round the skirting boards and underneath your shelves and photo frames.
3. BEDROOMS: Wash, iron and pack away winter clothing and get out your spring items. Pack away those snow boots, thick coats and gloves and get out the waterproofs and wellies. Invest in some air tight bags for your clothes for easy storage.
4. KITCHEN: Clean out all of your kitchen cupboards and re-arrange all those pots and pans, check expiration dates of all perishable foods. Remember if something says "best before" it doesn't mean you can't eat it, it just means it's not at its maximum flavour or taste after this time so open it and check first. Stock up on those kitchen cleaners and washing powders for when the warm windy weather comes for you to get the piles of washing done we all accumilate over the winter months.
5. KITCHEN: Defrost your freezer(if its frosty) and clean the fridge out inside and the outside with antibacterial cleaner.
Get rid of anything you've kept in the freezer and have no intentions of eating. Buy some zip lock bags to keep frozen peas and other veg so it doesn't spill all out of the freezer. Plus you can flatten them out to use the space better.
6. BEDROOMS: Get your winter bedding put away and bring out the spring/summer quilts and the cotton sheets. Wash everything and fold it away for when it's needed at the end of the year. Use those airtight bags to store the thick quilts in, the storage of those is amazing when you suck the air out of them. Take the curtains down in all rooms and give them a wash.
If you have blinds, you can pick up a duster which will fit betweent each blind to dust them down.
My Top tips for spring cleaning! I always start my spring clean in march so i have plenty of time to get it all done through to april/june. I usually get myself an A4 sheet and start my list of things to do and start adding to it as i think of them or come across something that needs attention. I tend to plant to get it done over a week so it's all done and i can just keep ontop of it throughout the rest of the year.