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5 Tips for Easy Spring Cleaning

5 Tips for Easy Spring Cleaning. Spring is the air, and it is the perfect time to refresh your home and get organized. There is nothing better than a clean, organized home, but it can also very time consuming. I like to do my spring cleaning all in one day. After successfully completing my cleaning there is no way I plan to spend hours in the kitchen.

5 Tips for Easy Spring Cleaning

After a day of cleaning, On-Cor is my go-to for dinner preparation. It makes it easy and the cleanup easier. On-Cor is just a freezer away for an always easy, always satisfying and always ready solution for “one of those nights” and trust me on spring cleaning day that definitely qualifies.

When I complete a long day of spring cleaning the last thing, I want to do is go out to eat. I prefer to grab a shower, put an On-Cor entrée in the oven and relax! I pick up an On-Cor entrée when I am picking up my cleaning supplies. By serving an On-Cor entrée for dinner, there is plenty of time to clean and organize this spring! Life’s demanding enough. Dinner shouldn’t be. On-Cor does the prep work, so you can take care of other to-do’s that need to-doing (like cleaning ;-).


1. Set the date. Mark the day on your calendar that you are going to do your spring cleaning. This should be a date that you will have no disturbances or have to leave to run errands and preferably it is a day without children. If that is not possible you may want to break your cleaning up into several chunks of time that coordinate with nap time or when you may have fewer disturbances.

2. Create your plan. Decide what you want to get accomplished and make a detailed check list. For me I choose to do deep cleaning for my Spring Cleaning. I remove all of the cushions from the sofa and chairs and use my vacuum to really get a deep clean. I pull out the furniture from the walls and vacuum behind and under all the furniture. I clean all of the lighting fixtures, ceiling fan and air intake vents. I also open all of the windows and clean in the window seals with my vacuum and then clean all the windows both inside and out. I clean all the baseboards in my house and finally I deep clean all of the bathrooms. I want them so clean you could eat off the bathroom floor! Depending on the size of your house will determine how long this will take.

3. Collect your supplies. It is important to stock up on cleaning supplies and be sure that you have everything you need. I head to the grocery store where I can quickly pick up everything, I need to tackle spring cleaning including an On-Cor entrée for dinner! I always keep rubber gloves, a bucket and old rags handy too!

4. Have fun. I know this sounds strange but crank up your favorite tunes or create a special playlist and have a dance party while you clean. If you are smiling while you clean you are going to enjoy it more. Another bonus is you are also going to burn calories while you clean. Be sure to drink plenty of water. I like to make up a batch of my favorite homemade flavored water. This is a great way to get your house ready for spring and at the end of the day you are going to be really happy that you did it. I love how clean and fresh my house feels once I am done.

5. Reward yourself. When you are finished with your spring cleaning you deserve a reward! Take yourself out for an ice-cream to celebrate. You deserve it! Oh, and there is NO cooking dinner the night you complete your spring cleaning. That is another part of the reward. Let On-Cor handle that for you with an easy clean up too! On-Cor has recently enhanced their products to satisfy the needs of moms looking for convenient, quality dinner solutions for their families which is a win/win for me on spring cleaning day!

For your next family meal, head to the freezer aisle of your local grocery store, my choice is Meijer or check out the store locator to pick up one of On-Cor’s entrées.

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  1. I LOVE spring cleaning because it lets me know that summer is on the horizon! Summer break with my son is my favorite! 🙂

    1. I like to do spring cleaning with the my music cranked up and no one else around. The results make you so happy and the smells just want tomake the house stay open all the time. Seems like I finally accomplished something when I’m finished. Love the feeling.

  2. I’m so not ready for Spring Cleaning, but I’m definitely going to be using your list for great tips!! Thanks for sharing. 🙂

  3. Spring cleaning is on my list of things to do. I have been making my list! Now I just need the energy to start!

  4. I love Spring cleaning because I know that beautiful weather isn’t far behind and the sunshine…..how I love that! Also, my house smells great and I love it until the rain comes and makes a mess of my windows.

  5. I am so ready for spring cleaning. Oh and my house is too!! ha! It needs some help! Yikes. But Spring always makes me excited to air out the house and freshen everything up! Love these tips.

  6. I don’t know why but I enjoy a good spring cleaning. It freshens up your space and gives you a great feeling of accomplishment. I like tip number 5 the best, rewarding yourself for the amount of stuff you had to rummage through and throw away.

  7. I need to set the date for spring cleaning. I have the supplies but I cannot find a weekend that we do not have anything planned so far. I do try to have fun while cleaning. I “collect” things so it is hard for me to declutter but I do try. Thanks for the tips.

  8. We buy On-Cor all the time. One of our local grocers regularly has them on sale. We buy the barbecued pork riblets and eat them on hoagie rolls, similar to a McRib sandwich.

  9. I needed this today! All I have done in terms of spring cleaners is clean the carpets. I really need to get into gear I think rewarding myself and not cooking dinner is a great motivator. I’m to start on cleaning tomorrow. Thanks for the article!

  10. I actually wish could get all of my spring cleaning done in one day. It is a weeks long venture here though.

  11. My favorite On-Cor entree is the salisbury steak dinner it is so yummy. I like to spring clean by donating anything that I do not use to local charities and then by putting items in plastic bins and labeling them.

  12. Spring cleaning is going to be delayed here in California: in December we were in the high 80s and now we’re getting rain and its’ freezing outside! Bookmarking this for when spring actually arrives (although I think I may go grab some Salsbury steaks for the freezer for a ‘I don’t want to cook’ night)

  13. I love On-Cor’s Popcorn Chicken! But I hate cleaning — I try to do a little bit every day so it’s not so overwhelming!

  14. I try to complete Spring Cleaning throughout the year so that I don’t have to spend a long time cleaning when it is pretty outside.

  15. I have started my Spring cleaning slowly but surely getting things done and organized! It takes some time but I am glad once I have donated or thrown out what is no longer needed. We love OnCor entrees, and usually keep them on hand for weeknight dinners and when we have company. The penne pasta with meatballs is pretty good and my grandsons love the mac and cheese!

  16. Thanks for the tips. I’m not very good at getting all the way through my spring cleaning. I get overwhelmed and give up fairly quickly.

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