5 FREE Apps to Help With Spring Cleaning PLUS a $25 Visa Giveaway

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“5 Free Apps to Help Kick-Start Spring Cleaning (and Savings)!”

Today is the first day of Spring and many of us will start that annual tradition of Spring Cleaning.  Below are 5 FREE apps that will not only help you save time but also money while helping you with your Spring Cleaning.  They do everything from give you lists on what to clean to sales on supplies you need such as cleaning products.
Now if only there was an app that would do the cleaning for me!
Flipp – Save valuable time and money and find the best deals on all the things needed to store/organize, garden and clean
Flipp on iTunes 
 and Flipp on Android
Hometalk – Home design tips and advice
Hometalk on iTunes 

spring cleaning checklist
Spring Cleaning Checklist
 – Helpful tips and lists of what/how to clean and organize
Spring Cleaning Checklist

Gardening Guide 
– Advice and tricks to help plant a garden
Gardening Guide on iTunes
my things
My Things – Keep track of household items for easy access and organization
My Things on iTunes

What Spring Cleaning tips do you have?
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  1. ellen beck says:

    My best cleaning tip is try and do something everyday dont let everything pile up until it is out of control.

  2. Use cloths to wipe down mirrors.

  3. I try to sweep up the floor daily. You would believe the difference it makes!

  4. Mia Dentice Carey says:

    Do as much as you can when your kids are at school or in bed.

  5. Mia Dentice Carey says:

    I can’t get the pin images to come up so I can’t pin =(

  6. shelly peterson says:

    Tackle one room at a time.

  7. Jo-Ann Brightman says:

    My best tip is do a little every day and don’t let it pile up

  8. Sandra VanHoey says:

    Get a good commercial squeege, use ammonia, water and vinegar and clean windown, then squeege….no streaks and turn out great

  9. heather eg kaufman says:

    clean while the kids sleep!

  10. steve weber says:

    do maintenance cleaning every week and then do a big deep clean once a month.

  11. Maryann D. says:

    I use vinegar a lot for cleaning. My best use is to pour 1/2 cup down a sink with baking soda and it keeps drains clear.

  12. Jessie C. says:

    My tip is to put all needed tools, cleansers, brushes in the tote tray.

  13. Mami2jcn says:

    Get the kids to help out!

  14. Seyma Shabbir says:

    Always do a room at a time and take care of it top to bottom and keep up with cleaning it every week.

  15. soha molina says:

    Hire a professional. That is my tip.

  16. wild orchid says:

    My best tip is to use vinegar to clean windows, and wipe with newspapers.

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  17. Andrea Williams says:

    I just try to do a little each day to keep up with everything.

  18. Amy Orvin says:

    My best cleaning tip is to listen to music to make it fun

  19. Amanda Sakovitz says:

    I use natural products for the best clean available.

  20. Thomas Murphy says:

    Keep things up daily so it does’nt get out of control.

  21. Amanda Alvarado says:

    My tip is do a room a day.

  22. Sarah Hall says:

    Try to keep up with the little cleaning projects all the time and you won’t have a huge job to do in the spring.

  23. Do a little at a time so you don’t get too stressed out! 🙂

  24. Lisa Brown says:

    Clean a bit here and a bot there, trying not to leave it all for one day; you won’t be motivated if it all gets ahead of you.

  25. Allison Downes says:

    Try to clean as you make messes and don’t let it pile up.

    Thanks for the nice giveaway!

  26. My tip is to use Clorox wipes on hard surfaces every day.

  27. I set small, achievable cleaning goals. You’re way more likely to get started if you think “Okay, I only have to do this for 10 minutes…” than if you try to tackle the entire kitchen at once.

  28. Melissa Cunningham says:

    Vinegar cleans soap scum off your showers

  29. Sa'lyn Knowlton says:

    I would like to win so bad!!! Please, please, please!

  30. I clean my shower when I am taking a shower.

  31. Rebecca Orr says:

    My best tip is to starts from the top and work your way down. I also like to do one room at a time.

  32. Susan Christy says:

    Keep the clutter under control, then it’s easy to get to the surfaces to clean.

  33. latanya says:

    clean a little bit each down so it does not pile up by the weekend

  34. Jenna D says:

    Use vinegar and baking soda instead of overspending on household cleaners.

  35. Tamra H says:

    My best cleaning tip is standard baking soda & vinegar on those stubborn grease traps above your stove! Works better than ANYTHING!

  36. Wendy Mastin says:

    Wash your windows when it is cold outside; no streaks

  37. Tiffany Dustin says:

    Wash your windows when the kids are sleeping. It NEVER fails that the second I wash them, the kids have finger prints all over them immediately. At least once they’re in bed, there won’t be immediate streaks!

  38. Pauline Milner says:

    I carry a basket with a handle that contains all of my cleaning supplies. I take it from room to room and I find that it saves me time not having to track down where, for instance, I left the furniture polish. Thank you for another super giveaway opportunity. Please continue with the terrific blogging.

  39. Don’t try to clean the whole house at once, take it a room at a time and have fun while doing it

  40. My best cleaning tip is to try and clean weekly year round so you don’t end up with a big dirty mess to have to clean all at once.

  41. Use newspaper instead of paper towels to clean mirrors

  42. Janice Cooper says:

    To put things away after using them. Dirty clothes should immediately go in the hamper and dishes should be washed right after dinner.

  43. wipe down mirrors.

  44. My tip is spend 5 minutes every day doing a chore you hate. You can do pretty much anything for 5 minutes, and then it’s over!

  45. mbrunello1 says:

    I work from the top down. Dust, straighten , then vacuum last.

  46. im loving cleanign with bleach & water

  47. Audra O'Hara says:

    My tip is to empty the entire room and then clean everything as it goes back in. It’s a lot of work and usually takes a day to do a room, but it’s great to do once a year and really get organized.

  48. Barbara Montag says:

    I carry a caddy from room to room and put all of the clutter in it.
    At the end I put things where they belong – saves a lot of steps!
    thank you

  49. Darlene Carbajal says:

    Clean a little at a time.

  50. Lauren E. says:

    My best tip is to mix water, vinegar & dawn dish soap in a spray bottle to wipe down the shower. Cuts through soap scum & hard water stains

  51. Connie Tillman says:

    Do a little every day – it helps. I do the major cleaning on weekends so that the week is just touch up

  52. I try to do a little each day

  53. Samantha Daleo says:

    Do a little bit every day in 15 minute spurts. Don;t ever not do anything but also don’t ever do more than a little bit a day. Balance is good.

  54. Her’s my cleaning tip! Take care of spills and messes while they are new. It only gets worse if you wait!

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