Spring cleaning is one of those yearly events that I always used to put off as long as possible. But now, living with a man that not only loves a clean house but also works hard to keep it that way, I’ve had no choice but to embrace the cleaning lifestyle and make spring cleaning a priority. Luckily, I’ve learned quite a few tricks for making spring cleaning easier, faster, and even affordable! Getting ready to do some cleaning of your own? Here are some step-by-step tips for getting your car, yard and closet ready for summer!
Cleaning the Car
- Start by taking off your winter tires and getting an oil change so that your car is ready for summer fun. Don’t forget to also check the levels of your brake fluid, antifreeze, transmission fluid and washer fluid while you’re at it!
- Next, spray the car exterior to remove dirt and salt from slushy winter roads. Salt and other snow-melting chemicals can do some serious damage to metal if left on too long, so make sure to wash that exterior thoroughly!
- Finally, get the interior sparkling! Vacuum floors and seats, using an upholstery brush attachment if possible, and then spray the fabric with Febreze fabric refresher to remove unpleasant winter odours and leave your interior looking and smelling brand new! Right now, save $0.75 on Febreze with P&G Everyday Printable Coupons!
Cleaning the Yard
- The inside of your house isn’t the only place that gets dirty during winter weather! Head out to your yard to rake the grass and remove any debris that might have ended up on your lawn over the winter.
- While you’re at it, store sleds, snowboards and skates in the garage and pull out bicycles and comfy outdoor lounge chairs so that you’re ready for outdoor play.
- Then, get rid of those weeds before they can take over the yard! Fill a spray bottle with 1/2 cup of salt, 1/2 cup of warm water and a good squirt of Dawn dish soap. Fill the rest of the bottle with vinegar and shake gently until combined. Spray on weeds, being careful to avoid plants you want to keep! And remember to grab your printable coupon for $0.50 off Dawn dish soap first! It’s good for all kinds of spring cleaning tasks!
Cleaning the Closets
- One of my favourite spring jobs is taking out all the cute summer clothes that I’ve had packed away for winter. Start by sorting through current clothes and taking out anything you no longer wear and clothes your kids have outgrown. Throw out anything especially old or damaged and donate the rest to your favourite cause.
- Next, wash up winter boots and make sure they’re in good enough condition to last another year. If not, now is a great time to find clearance winter gear at huge discounts…though you may have to hunt around for the items you need! Pack the boots away and pull out your summer sandals so you’re ready for warm weather.
- Finally, fold and pack the heavy sweaters and coats you’ll need next winter in a labelled bag or box. To keep them fresh and ready to wear, tuck a Bounce dryer sheet in with the clothing. (Don’t forget to print your coupon to save $1.00 on Bounce first!) In addition to ensuring clothes smell great for months, the sheets also help repel bugs and mice! Then fill that empty closet space with shorts, tank tops and other summer clothes you had packed away for winter.
Have other spring cleaning tasks on your itinerary? Whether you’re scrubbing scuff marks off the walls with a Mr. Clean Magic Eraser or dusting all those high shelves with a Swiffer Duster, P&G Everyday Printable Coupons can help you save on all your favourite cleaning supplies and so much more! Check out all the coupons available and print the ones you want today!
Then roll up your sleeves, grab your cleaning supplies and get ready to turn your house into a summer oasis! You’ll be amazed at how easy and affordable spring cleaning can be with a few coupons and the right products to help you through it!
29 thoughts on “Save Time and Money Cleaning Your Car, Home and Yard with P&G Printable Coupons”
Coupons can save so much money.
I love using coupons, I prefer getting them in the mail too. It can be embarassing sometimes when you use printed ones and they act like noones ever done that before.
I use coupons all the time and I love all the money I save. I only wish we could use coupons like they do in the USA.
I love couponing. I really did not realize just how much money could be saved using them. I also was unaware on hoe many counterfeit coupons are out there either, It’s a shame that people have to resort using them.
Over everything right now, cleaning the yard is the biggest pain. We’re redoing everything!
I love using coupons and print those i need
I just cleaned out my closet and boy I was surprised to find a whole bag of summer clothes, I completely forgot about them. and now it’s like I have a ton of new clothing!!
I love coupons but sadly as others above have said, printed coupons don’t always work at stores
I like it when the coupons came in the mail. Not a fan of printed coupons because some stores will not take them.
What stores don’t take them, Florence? I haven’t had this happen yet, so I’m curious if it’s a storewide policy thing or just certain stores making their own rules…. ;)
Sobeys is one place. I don’t think they take printed coupons unless they changed their policies. I have had problems at Sobeys with regular coupons. In a few cases the clerks at to go to the office before they accepted them.
I love P&G coupons!! But wish that they still came in my flyer bundle like they used too. I always seem to have problems printing and using printed coupons :(
That’s frustrating, Cheryl! What stores have you had issues with? I’d love to pass the feedback along!
Pretty much all of them look them over and ask if they are photocopies and look at me like I am a criminal!! That is why I gave up on printing them not only is the ink expensive but the hassle is not worth it :(
Totally agree with Cheryl here!