Weekly Cleaning Schedule Printable- FREE

If you’ve been reading my blog for a while you may have picked up on a couple things.  Cleaning is my arch nemesis weakness and getting my kids on a schedule has been one of my strengths.  As the new year has settled in and spring cleaning is on the horizon, I decided it was time to really tackle my cleaning routines. It is definitely one of my goals this year and I haven’t made much stride yet in changing how I approach cleaning and organizing my house in general.

Usually, I prioritize ALL of my other responsibilities- which in my defense, there are many at times. But cleaning is still a responsibility so I’d find myself having to do 6 loads of laundry in one day or cleaning the whole house in one very long day.  This obviously is not working as I often find myself stressed or overwhelmed by the task.  So I thought- why not implement what has worked in many other areas of my life and create a cleaning schedule.

*To be honest, my very first thought was how can we incorporate a cleaning lady in the budget!!?? But that didn’t really work out so I went to plan B. 🙂

At first I was going to find one online and print it- but none really fit exactly what I wanted. So I procrastinated on cleaning again by spending a few hours to make one myself.  And it’s available for you all to download for free! Win win.Get super organized with this pretty and easy to use cleaning schedule printable. It is a weekly cleaning schedule but also lists daily, biweekly and monthly tasks. Each weekday is assigned a room in your house to keep you focused and ease the overwhelm of maintaining a clean and beautiful home.

UPDATE: This is super important and I can’t believe I forgot to mention this before.  I do not do this completely by myself!  My husband handles all the dishes and folds lots of laundry as well as other things.  It’s a team effort and we made the system that worked best for us.

It is a basic checklist, but breaks everything up into very manageable chunks. Everyday has a list- make the bed, do dishes, one load of laundry, clean up toys etc. Then each day of the week has a specific room assigned, Monday is all about the kitchen and so forth. On the side, there is also a list of biweekly and monthly tasks to remember.

I printed mine on cardstock and laminated it and it’s hanging in my kitchen. This way you can use a dry erase marker and wipe away your checkmarks for a fresh start each week. Alternatively, you could also print a few copies at a time and use the checklist that way.

Get super organized with this pretty and easy to use cleaning schedule printable. It is a weekly cleaning schedule but also lists daily, biweekly and monthly tasks. Each weekday is assigned a room in your house to keep you focused and ease the overwhelm of maintaining a clean and beautiful home.

The download includes one filled in and another blank in case you want to write in your own tasks! Let me know if you have any questions on using the checklist or ideas to make it better.

Access Your Free Weekly Cleaning Schedule Printable!

Weekly cleaning schedule

Use this schedule to maintain your beautiful home!

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24 thoughts on “Weekly Cleaning Schedule Printable- FREE

  1. Love this list ! Makes the chore of housecleaning seem less overwhelming . I HATE HOUSEWORK!

  2. The solution to finding the pdf is to click the title of the document and not the link in the parenthesis.

    1. Shantall Bond says:

      Thank you Eva! You are correct. I changed the formatting and titles to make it more clear. 🙂

  3. I also cannot find the pdf. I clicked the library link in the email and entered the password and it brings me back tot he original post.

  4. Kimberly Matthews says:

    i followed all of the instructions, there is no pdf file

    1. Shantall Bond says:

      In your email there is a password to the resource library. You’ll find the pdf there. Email me if you still can’t find it- shantall@urbanmomtales.com

  5. raechelle says:

    hi shantall, i really just wanted the cleaning list that you have for free printable. im so sorry. my children are grown as well. i wish this sorta thing was out when my girls were little. thank you anyway.

  6. I subscribed and it just brings me back to this page to subscribe???!

    Where is the pdf?

    1. Shantall Bond says:

      In your email there is a password to the resource library. You’ll find the pdf there.

  7. How do I print this? No PDF….

    1. Shantall Bond says:

      Hi! After you subscribe to the newsletter, you’ll receive an email with instructions. 🙂

  8. Joy Salomon says:

    hello,

    I tried to subscribe but my password would not work. I unsubscribed via the email trying to start over and still nothing. can you help me with this, please.

    1. Shantall Bond says:

      Hi! The best way to do it is to copy the password from the email and paste it in to the website. Hope that helps!

  9. I’m confused, where is the pdf to print? I keep going in circles here, am I missing something?

    1. Shantall Bond says:

      Hi Jaime! After you fill out the subscribe form, you will receive an email with the link to the resource library and the password. The pdf will be there as well as all the other printables! If you are still having issues email me at shantall@urbanmomtales.com

    2. Michelle Holle says:

      I had to access from my email, not the Pinterest page or blog

    1. Shantall Bond says:

      Hi! Looks like you fixed it on your end! Let me know if you need anything else. 🙂

  10. I subscribed to get the printable list and I did not get it?

    1. Shantall Bond says:

      Hi! I checked and it says delivered. Make sure to check your spam or other inbox filters. I can send it again if it’s lost in cyberworld!

  11. Margaret Norman says:

    i love this – thank you – very helpful – may i ask what software do you use to make these cool charts?

    1. Shantall Bond says:

      Thank you! I use Canva. It’s amazing. 🙂

  12. LOVE THIS! I needed this today. I was just talking to my husband last night about how I am falling behind of taking care of the house.

    1. Shantall Bond says:

      Yay! I’m so glad! I needed it too for a long time. Haha

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