Free Printable : House for Sale Cleaning Checklists

House for Sale Cleaning Checklists - free printable - via Clean Mama

You’re moving.  Now what?  Not sure where to start to get your house ready to go up for sale?  I’ve got a great two part checklist for you today – one side gets you ready to list your house and the other is a simple checklist to follow when you have showings.  Moving can be stressful and sad and happy and exciting.  This simple checklist takes some of the work out of what to do and when to do it.  Print out a couple and get your house ready to SELL!

Grab the FREE checklist in my shop if you’d prefer in googledocs, here.

House for Sale Cleaning Checklists via Clean Mama

Not moving but need a Speed Clean Checklist?  Check out this one!

Free Printable - How to Speed Clean Your House in Less Than 30 Minutes via Clean Mama

If you like these FREE printables, you’ll love my shop!  These printables match the EVERYDAY LINE.

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  1. Becky Johns says:

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    • This has to do with the firewall you have set up with Firefox. My site is SSL secured, so there is nothing to worry about with ordering from cleanmama.net.
      xo, Becky

  2. realtor has asked me to clean a house to prep to sell. I think I have everything ok to attack, but I am concerned about the black mildew in the showers!!! how do I get that off? I saw you posted about peroxide…..any other tried and true methods that won’t take me days to complete or involve totally re-caulking?? thanks!!!

    • If you’ve got mildew staining on your caulk you will have to replace it, but that is a very easy and inexpensive DIY project. Just ask at your local hardware store, and they can set up up for success. For the grouted areas, you’ll need to scrub well with a sponge and grout brush–we love Comet or BarKeepers as your cleaner. Then you may need to spray the grout with diluted bleach and let sit for a bit. It you have a lot of soap scum build up, a razor blade from the hardware store works great at shaving that stuff off in sheets (if you have truly excessive buildup). Shaving it off can be a lot easier than scrubbing if it’s really bad. In ceramic tubs with the anti-slip treatment on the bottom, I go straight for a Comet+Magic Eraser combo. Works beautifully and saves your elbow grease! Good luck!

  3. keepingmyhouseclean says:

    Really useful article and great printables idea.

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