What's Your Spring Cleaning Personality?

It’s spring and time to clean! What’s your first reaction?

What’s typically the state of your living room?

What’s your cleaning supply situation?

How do you feel about getting rid of stuff you don’t need/use?

Pick a photo that looks most like your home:

The Minimalist Cleaner

The Minimalist Cleaner

Some call us hippies, but ultimately, you probably feel that spring cleaning requires a more natural touch. A thorough spring cleaning is the perfect opportunity to let in some fresh air and clear out all the grime. Some of us aren’t fans of harsh chemical cleaners and would prefer to mix up our own cleaning supplies and regularly recycle old clothes and products that are no longer needed. That way, you know you and your family can enjoy a safe and healthy home!

The Marathon Cleaner

The Marathon Cleaner

Some things are best tackled all at once – like ripping off a Band-Aid. And for you, spring cleaning is one of those things. You’d prefer to spend one long day (or two) decluttering, downsizing and scrubbing. This may seem like a lot of work, but when it’s done, you’re free to do things you enjoy most. Now you can rest easy knowing that you have conquered all the dust and your fire alarms have new batteries.

The Perfectionist

The Perfectionist

You are the ultimate housekeeper! There's not much need to spring clean when your space is ALWAYS tidy and minimized. In your house, everything has a place and you simply cannot rest at night unless the floor is clear and the dishes are done. You may have to sacrifice more of your time to clean more than others, and that’s OK! You can rest easy knowing that everyone who comes to your home isn’t at risk of tripping over clutter or in fear of the cleanliness of your bathroom. 

Spring Cleaning Personality Quiz!

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