Top Seven Spring Cleaning Videos on YouTube

Posted on Apr 8 2013 - 8:18pm by Dayna Hathaway


YouTube is full of long, rambling monologs by would-be how-to experts; it can be tricky to find real advice devoid of self-absorbed chatter.

I went looking for some tips on spring cleaning and was immediately barraged by random musings about people’s late-winter colds, messy kids, and clothes shopping habits.

I decided to spare the rest of you my fate, so I put together a list of some of the better videos I came across. Here are some spring cleaning tips worth watching.

  • How To Prepare For Spring Cleaning” from AtHomeWithNikki is a fairly long and chatty but thorough advice session about how to organize yourself for a spring clean, including such tips as grouping tasks into pre-pollen and post-pollen categories.
  • Spring Cleaning Ellen’s Way” from TheEllenShow serves up some humor with the cleaning advice; the episode features talk-show host Ellen Degeneres offering “Ellen’s spring cleaning tips for people who aren’t as good at cleaning as I am,” and getting advice from a shirtless hunk.
  • Spring Cleaning” from Kim Danger offers some tips on decluttering using “sell,” “throw away,” and “donate” piles, including the tip to barter your unwanted stuff on
  • Frugal Mom Offers More Cleaning Tips” from KMBCTV is a newscast about how to clean without buying any cleaning products from a woman who pulled her family out of a $100,000 debt in six months.
  • How to Clean With Vinegar” from expertvillage tells viewers how to use that most versatile and natural of cleaning products to spruce up your kitchen and bathroom.
  • Kitchen Cleaning Tips” from Mr1in10 offers advice on how to get rid of some serious grime, all in a homey English accent.

Do you have any favorite spring cleaning tips? Where do you learn what you know? Are there any YouTube videos or channels on the topic you would recommend?

About Dayna Hathaway

Dayna Hathaway has been with Extra Space Storage for over 10 years, contributing to our success as we’ve grown to become the 2nd largest self storage company in the country. When she started there were under 20 facilities and now there are over 900 storage facilities across the US!

Dayna has three growing boys and spends most of her free time with her family; be it soccer games, homework or carpooling her boys to various activities she enjoys her houseful of high quality boys. Dayna loves the beauty of the Wasatch front and makes sure to carve time out to enjoy it year round, preferably cycling up Emigration canyon or skiing in the mountains.

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