Get your house in order, literally, with these printable weekly cleaning schedule templates! These are an easy way to stay organized, keep up with housework, and allocate resources (a.k.a. assign your kids chores). Choose from a pre-filled and a blank customizable weekly house cleaning schedule!
Look, cleaning is probably never going to be your favorite thing to do, but getting organized can certainly make the prospect of cleaning less overwhelming. Not only can a little organization help you stay on top of household chores, it can also help you break down tasks into more appealing bite-sized activities. For an easy to digest weekly overview, make these printable weekly house cleaning schedules your go-to!
There are tons of printable cleaning schedules available online. You can find just about any timeline—daily, weekly, monthly—cleaning schedule template. However, when it comes to common household chores that you’ll complete on a regular basis, a daily or weekly home cleaning schedule is probably your best bet. In this post you’ll find two weekly house cleaning schedule templates. You can find daily cleaning schedule printables here.
Tip: As mentioned above, you can find just about any timeline—daily, weekly, monthly—cleaning schedule template. You can even find yearly options! Typically, a daily or weekly room cleaning schedule is going to work best, but a monthly (or even yearly) option can be great for those once-in-a-while tasks like washing windows or storing patio furniture for the winter. This spring cleaning checklist can help you keep track of some of those occasional household chores.
Pre-Filled Printable Weekly Cleaning Schedule Template
Not sure where to start? This weekly home cleaning schedule has some of the everyday tasks pre-filled for you! Plus there are still a few blank lines so you can add your own everyday chores, and they don’t have to be cleaning. For example, if you have school-aged children, you could add “check homework folders” to one of the lines in the everyday box of the weekly family cleaning schedule.
Tip: It’s important to have an everyday section and then a section for each day of the week so you don’t overbook yourself when filling out the weekly home cleaning schedule! Overcommitting and not being able to check things off your house cleaning schedule (daily, weekly, monthly, or yearly) can make you feel defeated and cause you to give up on using the printable altogether, so be realistic. (This same principle applies when setting financial goals or a budget!) 🙂
Bonus: Need help coming up with other tasks to add to your weekly house cleaning schedule template?
- Read this free printable cleaning schedule, which features a breakdown of how I organize cleaning my home as well as suggested supplies and materials including recipes for homemade cleaners.
- Browse this 29 page home cleaning checklist bundle, which is full of cleaning inspiration!
- Take a walk around your home and try to spot things that don’t get cleaned very often. For example, when was the last time you cleaned your Keurig? If you can’t remember check out how to descale Keurig with vinegar. Or have you ever cleaned your makeup brushes? If not, here’s a recipe for homemade makeup brush cleaner.
Customizable Printable Weekly Cleaning Schedule Template
This weekly room cleaning schedule is entirely blank, meaning you can easily customize it to your specific needs. In fact, who says it has to be a house cleaning schedule (daily, weekly, monthly, or yearly)? If you run a business or are in charge of an office space, this could easily become an office cleaning schedule (daily, weekly, monthly, or yearly) template!
Also, since this weekly family cleaning schedule (or co-worker cleaning schedule!) is blank, it’s easy to assign tasks to certain individuals. You could either simply write a name next to each task or give each person a specific color and write tasks they should do in that color. Alternatively, you could give each person their own home or office cleaning schedule (daily, weekly, monthly, or yearly) printable with just their assigned tasks written on it.
Bonus: If you’re trying to use this printable weekly cleaning schedule template with your kids, you may also want to consider either a reward chart for kids or a chore charts for kids printable to keep them organized and motivated. (And here are 5 more chore charts for kids to choose from.)
How do you prefer to keep cleaning and household tasks organized? Do you prefer a daily, weekly, or monthly cleaning schedule template or some combination of different timelines? Share your tips and tricks in the comments!
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