Our Ultimate Spring Cleaning Essentials Guide
You’ve printed out our home organization checklist. You’ve got our deep cleaning checklist ready to go too. It’s time to roll up your sleeves and clean! But before you get started, let’s make sure you have all the supplies you need. Here are some of our favorite spring cleaning essentials.
Marie Kondo Diagonal In-Drawer Organizer
This diagonal bamboo drawer organizer isn’t just stylish—it also gives you compartments in several sizes so you can make the most of your drawer space.
Open Spaces Bins
These aren’t the cheap plastic storage bins you shove all the way to the back of your closet! They’re perfect for a bathroom that has limited drawer space or for stashing office supplies.
Iron Entryway Shelf Set
The entryway is a pain point in a lot of households, accumulating things on the way in and on the way out. This shelf will help you declutter by giving everything a proper home.
Cane Pattern Open Weave Basket
Target has no shortage of boho chic storage baskets lately and this one might just be our fave. Hang it on a hook by the door and put your keys and facemasks in there or use it in a nursery for storing all those small baby toys.
Open Drawer Organizer
Don’t be turned away by its utilitarian looks—this drawer organizer is absolutely essential if your bathroom vanity doesn’t have much storage space. Put it in the cabinet and it rolls right out like a drawer to make it easy to find exactly what you need.
Laundry Station with Triple Sorting Bags
You know you’ve officially reached adulthood when you get excited about a laundry sorter, but seriously: look at this thing. No more sorting laundry on the floor!
Yamazaki Home Over-the-Sink Dish Drainer Rack
This dish rack saves counter space by fitting right over your sink—and it looks so good, you won’t even worry about leaving it out when company comes over.
Marie Kondo Kitchen and Pantry Labels
If you’ve always coveted those Pinterest-perfect pantries full of labeled jars and bins, it’s time to buy some labels and make it happen!
Hanging Dustpan and Brush Set
While we admit, they’re kind of pricey, this dustpan and brush set looks almost like a work of art hanging on the wall.
Organic Wool Dryer Balls
You can cross dryer sheets off your shopping list for good when you upgrade to reusable wool dryer balls. A drop of essential oil on each ball will leave your laundry smelling amazing.
Public Goods Compostable Trash Bags
If you’re trying to limit your use of plastic, you’ll be pleased to know that compostable trash bags are now a thing that exists—and they’re just as strong as their plastic counterparts.
Celsious Supersalt Bleach Alternative
You can finally say good-bye to that lone bottle of bleach hiding in your laundry cupboard because Supersalt whitens and brightens without the chemicals.
Public Goods Bathroom Cleaner Set
Instead of buying big bottles of household cleaners whenever you run out and creating plastic waste, you can purchase this set and buy a small tube of concentrate when it’s time for a refill.
Blueland Multi-Surface Refill Pack
Another sustainable cleaning solution, these Blueland tablets can be dropped into a bottle of water to create a non-toxic multi-surface cleaner.
Cool & Mellow Reusable Kitchen Sponge
This handmade reusable linen sponge is going to look amazing sitting on your sink. Choose from a variety of colors and patterns to coordinate with your kitchen.
Humble Suds All Natural Surface Scrub
When you need some scrubbing power, this paste will remove grease, grime, and film without any chemicals.
No Tox Life Vegan Dish Block
Who knew you could wash dishes with a bar of soap?! No dyes, no fragrance, and no plastic make this a favorite of zero-waste kitchen enthusiasts.
Clean Green: Tips and Recipes for a Naturally Clean, More Sustainable Home
If you want to make your own household cleaners but you have no idea where to start, this book will be your go-to. From toilet cleaner to stain remover, it has all the DIY cleaning recipes you need.
Thieves Essential Oil
This essential oil blend is prized for its ability to refresh and disinfect—just be mindful that a little goes a long way!
Ask green house cleaning businesses what they use to clean and disinfect and nine times out of 10, they’ll say vinegar. If you’re not fond of the smell, you can infuse it with herbs and lemon or add essential oil.
Dr. Bronner’s Pure Castile Soap
This is the original multi-purpose eco-friendly cleaning product that crunchy mamas have been using for decades. These days, there are lots of different scents available, but there’s something oddly invigorating about cleaning with the peppermint version to have as a spring cleaning essentials.
Amber Spray Bottles
Whether you’re making your own DIY cleaners or using concentrates, you’ll need some spray bottles to store them in. Amber bottles keep natural ingredients from degrading in sunlight, making them a must-have for your spring cleaning essentials.