Cleaning Blogs

To say that the Internet has changed the way we do everything would probably be the understatement of the century, but it really has. We go to the Internet for every type of advice, from “what should I have for dinner” to “what should I write my next paper about.” And with the recent surge of interest in the new social media network, Pinterest, we can visually see our projects come to life and our to-do lists growing larger because of all the amazing creativity and inspiration that’s out there. Pinterest has also given a rebirth to the blogosphere, especially those of us in the home/ garden/ cleaning/ organization blogging category.

So in celebration of all that, I’m going to give you a list of my favorite cleaning and organizational blogs, to inspire the rest of you like they’ve inspired me.

Clean Mama:  I would love to see this woman’s house, because I’m sure it is completely flawless. In addition to giving amazing cleaning tips and funny anecdotes about her family, she also sells these fantastic printables. These printables have checklists for everything from groceries, bills, parties, and anything else you can imagine.

Cleaning Up the Clutter: This blogger gives great tips and tricks on how to keep a clean house with three boys. I love her style of humor and motivational blogs that inspire you to pick up a broom and feather duster.

The Pioneer Woman: Anyone who’s into blogging can tell you that Ree Drummond is an inspiration, not only in her blog, but as a brand-builder. Ree is a city girl who fell in love with an Oklahoma cowboy, and tells us all the details of her life out on the prairie. Ree gives great tips on cooking, cleaning, organizing, raising kids, and also takes some pretty amazing photographs.

The Clean Sweep’s Housekeeping Blog: Who better to give cleaning advice than a cleaning pro? The Clean Sweep blog gives advice from the experience of the experts.

The Happy Slob’s Guide to Housecleaning: This blogger gives an honest portrayal of what it’s like to keep a clean house in the 21st century. She’s hilarious and gives great tips to those who just can’t find the motivation to clean up their home.

Apartment Therapy: Although this is technically not a blog per se, it gives some great advice to urban dwellers to make great use out of their small spaces.

A Slob Comes Clean: Join this blogger on her journey to de-slobification. Her quirky writing style and useful tips will have you laughing all the way to a clean house.

Clean & Scentsible: This mom of two has a great sense of style and shares her organized home and project ideas for all of us readers.

30 Minute Martha: Who wouldn’t want to be Martha Stewart? (Especially if it only takes 30 minutes. ) This blogger gives us short-cut versions to being the domestic goddess that we all envy with tips on cleaning, organization, cooking, and everything else in between.

• Clean, Smart, Simple: We all wish our lives could be exactly these three adjectives, and Alexis shows us how. I especially loved her “Clean Spaces” gallery.

iHeart Organizing: This blog is beautiful in an of itself. Her ideas are inspirational and make you want to take a trip to the Container Store.

Do you have any favorite blogs? I would love to read some of your go-to places in the blogosphere.

 

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95 Responses to Ten Cleaning Blogs You Should Know About

  1. Thanks for the mention! Your list has lots of my favorites as well.

  2. Such a nice and informative stuff, This is a good blog to spend time. Keep sharing.

  3. Barb says:

    Thanks so much for including my blog in your list! I also like many of the blogs you listed and found some new ones I want to check out!

  4. I like all the above blogs but my favorite blog is 30 Minute Martha. thanks for adding it in your list.

  5. R. Browne says:

    I love Apartmenntherapy already, but the other ones are totally new to me. Great post!

  6. Thanks, guidetoarticles! Stick around and read some more!

  7. janmaskew says:

    Love your information. Just happened to stumble on to this. 🙂

  8. There are some great cleaning advice resources on here – thanks for taking the time to list them. They’re very helpful!

  9. I did a search for cleaning blogs. I do floor cleaning for a living. I was so excited to see Pioneer Woman on your list. I love her show on the Food Network. She is an inspiration for going back to basics. Thanks.

  10. ragini says:

    Your cleaning blog is so nice, just I read i like it, Thank you sop much for sharing it!

  11. Thanks this is a useful post!

  12. Leovida says:

    Thanks for informations about cleaning. The photo is very nice too.

  13. wpaboli team 5 says:

    Thanks for the tips! We have to write a fake blog about cleaning for one of my classes. Do you mind if I link to your site?

  14. It’s true – as you said, the Internet puts things into our own hands. You can learn how to do just about anything, and get step-by-step instructions with photos and video to accompany it. Truly remarkable.
    The Pioneer Woman is one of my favorites. She’s a good cook as well as housekeeper!

  15. Thanks Angela. I am thinking of expanding to general house cleaning . Any tips will be appreciated.

  16. Audrone says:

    Great list Angela, definitely going to check these out! 🙂

  17. Crista says:

    Thanks this really helped me! I have been looking for a sites like this for awhile, however I did notice that some had not been updated since 2011. Clean Mama is great!

  18. Angela, thanks for the great list. My wife is currently in the process of starting her own cleaning business. Therefore, your list is a great find! She was actually able to find some great tips on how to clean some stubborn household areas from the “Slob come clean” blog.

  19. I appreciate this! I have some friends that just put up a cleaning services, and its something that I’m thinking about doing. This gave me some great insight! Thanks for sharing.

  20. diana blazer says:

    I hate to clean. I mean really hate to clean. I am a slob and hoarder and my house really stinks. One day, I actually ran the dishwasher 7 times. I need help–inspiration–something!! Any tips for the dysfunctional cleaner?

    • My first tip would be to change your mindset about cleaning. If all you do when you clean is think about how much you hate it then you’re going to hate it. If you think about how much better it’s going to look after you clean and have a more positive mindset about it, then you might not hate it so much. You might like A Slob Comes Clean‘s tips because she does what you’re looking for.

  21. Donna says:

    These blogs are great! As a home cleaning business owner, I love catching up on these blogs for new an inventive ways to approach tough-to-clean areas. Its always neat to see what works and what doesn’t!

  22. Thanks for the useful information, makes good reading, helpful tips

  23. Great list of blogs here really helpful. I was searching for a list.
    Awesome Hair colour by the way!

  24. Deb Brown says:

    I love reading Fly Lady dot Net. It’s about small steps to declutter and keeping the house clean.

  25. Ines says:

    Just wanted to thank you, I have been looking for cleaning blogs for some time and now found because of you. Made my day!

  26. Tim says:

    Thanks for list of Blogs. A Slob comes clean is one of my fav’s

  27. Thanks for sharing such great tips!
    And such great blogs, we will reading these all weekend and picking up some tips and sharing our experiences!

    Kind regards,

  28. Great post Angela, we do all sorts of carpet cleaning in the UK, and their does seem to be a demand for house cleaning, so I look forward to reading more top tips that may help us. Thanks Phil.

  29. maria smith says:

    I think even my cleaning service reads some of these blogs. They’re really helpful!

  30. Hi.. Angela,

    This is a great list of cleaning blogs. I think, these blogs can be a great resource for people to be aware about home cleaning and know some interesting things regarding it. They can also get some great ideas and solution for home cleaning.

  31. Hey Angela,

    Just wanted to say thanks for the useful tips, great blog post!

  32. Lauren says:

    This is really helpful! Thanks for posting this!!

  33. Angela says:

    I love the cleaning blogs! What can I say? I am a working mama and every tip that could make my cleaning routine easier and faster is welcomed.Regards!

  34. Sharon Potter says:

    Thanks a lot for sharing all of these incredible blogs with us! I want to learn new methods connected with the cleaning method, so I think will find great thing here!Thanks!

  35. Cody says:

    Thanks for the great links, these are really useful blogs. cleanmama is an endless resource!

  36. Phill Darcy says:

    I just washed my windows today. Best way to do this are microfibre cloths, one wet and one dry. It’s so easy and quick that it’s fun to do it.

  37. Lovely Rock says:

    Thanks for letting me know about it. Keep it up.

  38. Brandi Honeycutt says:

    Thank you for the great information. I just started my own cleaning business in East Tennessee and these will be really helpful!

  39. I just like your blog. Thanks for posting. It might help me for getting information on new house cleaning techniques.

  40. Arora Mahi says:

    The information is awesome. we are having a cleaning business and this will help us

  41. Great posts, Angela. here are some great cleaning advice tips etc on here – thanks for taking the time to list them all.

    Regards

  42. Marc says:

    Thanks, been looking for information. Its apprciated.

  43. Sometimes having to clean your own house all the time can be very overwhelming! I like how this article said remember to smile and breathe! We have very stressful lives at times. I think it’s awesome to call in a residential cleaning service once in a while to help out. That way your stress can be more manageable and you are able to stay on top of all of your work much better.

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  45. Nancy's says:

    Thanks, been looking for information. Its appreciated.
    Very informative article, clearly presented and well researched.

  46. nzn says:

    Thank you. It was really useful information.

  47. Ava Smith says:

    I love that hiring a house cleaner has so many more benefits. I’ll admit though that I’m a little lazy to clean it myself. I just like to hire a professional because I know they’ll do an amazing job. They’d probably clean better than I ever could.

  48. james says:

    Nice info,I know few of the listed blogs,Rest of the blogs i didnt know are good too.Thanks for the article.

  49. nxzx says:

    Thank you for great information.

  50. I like that even the professional carpet cleaning nyc cleaners say that there is no step by step procedure for cleaning your carpet. I like that because it means that there are a number of cleaning supplies that you can use. Now the methods will definitely change but you can find what works best for you.

  51. Hands down the best information online. I’m going to charge this with my facebook page. Everyone should know how to clean through own house properly.

  52. Hands down the best article I read online. Keep up the information about cleaning homes !

  53. Jason says:

    Thanks for providing a very useful article!

    It saves me a lot of time looking for good cleaning tips and blog!

    Thank you!

  54. Very nice article! Its very graceful line, I enjoyed very much to read these lines.We hope that you will continue to share such knowledgeable articles about “carpet cleaning, upholstery cleaning, leather cleaning” with us.Keep it up!

  55. Deon says:

    Thank you for list. Definitely going to be checking out all of them.

  56. Thank for sharing this a very informative blog. Keep sharing on this, very helpful.

  57. Prime says:

    This is a fantastic list of cleaning blogs!
    Thanks for sharing this.

  58. Amrit says:

    Hello….. Angela

    Thanks for the great tips. They are truly useful for making the house absolutely clean.

  59. Aaron C. says:

    Great read and great info I will be sure to spread this with future clients!

  60. Rahul Shah says:

    Thank you for providing this information! This is a very Great Article.

  61. Thanks for posting some legitimate information. It’s very hard to find people that are well informed about the industry.

  62. Those blogs are definitely valuable as well as yours. Thank you for sharing.

  63. Love this! And, if possible, would love to see it updated with any news ones that might have risen to the top since this was published!

  64. Love the list, we’ll definitely check these guys out!

  65. Ever Clean says:

    thank you so much, your site has nice content

  66. Alomaids says:

    interesting blogs. Thanks for sharing this information.

  67. Grahams says:

    Loving this post! Also loving all your other blog post, thanks for providing great information.

  68. Evershine says:

    That was a wonderful list and these blogs are awesome. I have read most of these expect 3 ones which I had gone through now. Most of them are my favorite ones. I love those. I love to keep my premises clean always.

  69. seoexperts.ae says:

    wow. great blog about cleaning.

  70. mary bannerman says:

    Its such a informative article. I like many blogs you listed and found some new ones I want to check out.

  71. nazeer says:

    thanks for the list of website angela loved your blog and you

  72. Avelina Horns says:

    Thanks for posting useful information.
    I am eagerly looking for such an article house cleaning.Thanks it is useful.

  73. divya says:

    thanks for sharing all these cleaning blogs, it is very useful and helpful for me.

  74. Lindsay McDougall says:

    Thanks a lot for useful info.

  75. Anna D. Noland says:

    Really nice and informative post shared by your blog. Thank you for sharing admin.

  76. krishna says:

    thank you so much, your site has nice content

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