Stay prepared before starting the big cleaning projects with these handy supply checklists. Keep them handy when shopping for your supplies, then when you are finished, add them to your Household Binder, as Cleaning Supply Inventory Sheets. I delve into deeper detail regarding the supplies on my list, in my blog post “The Complete List Of Household Cleaning Supplies.” You can read it HERE. I made four sets of printables for you to choose from. The first two sets have the supplies written out for you, with a few blank spaces to add your own items if needed. The first two sets are blank versions for you to fill out according to you and your family’s personal needs. All four sets have a ‘Notes’ section. Use this section to track when you bought your equipment, such as, the vacuum cleaner warranty information and to record repairs. Or perhaps you would like to keep a record of that recipe for your favorite Homemade Laundry Soap or All-Purpose Cleaner.
I’m also excited to introduce to you, for the very first time, my brand-new pattern “Orange Blossoms and Butterflies”.
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