Spring is here (finally!), which means it’s time for spring cleaning and for my annual Twin Cities Spring Cleaning Guide! With COVID-19, it’s a very different spring than previous years, but with us all urged to continue staying home, it can mean the most productive spring cleaning year for us all yet!
To help you, this is a list of Twin Cities area resources to help you get rid of yard waste, papers, clothing and any other type of household items you no longer need.
Featured Resource: Device Pitstop of Maple Grove
One resource I want to feature is Device Pitstop of Maple Grove, as they ARE open during this time to buy and sell gently used laptops, tablets, smartphone and other devices and accessories! They also repair them! It’s super affordable and they have discounts in-store right now.
Now with technology even more important than ever to keep us connected, I wanted to feature my favorite resource for affordable devices and services to make sure your family is supplied! AND YES- THEY’RE OPEN! We just went last weekend (watch for my upcoming review) and they had a ton of great devices for sale at a discount, plus they bought two of our laptops for a great price!
Device Pitstop is Minnesota’s No. 1 repair store and refurbished electronics retailer for iPhones, laptops, tablets, Android-based smartphones, game consoles, drones and much more. They also repair and buy devices! It’s owned by a Twin Cities mom, and I wrote about my first experience there here. And you can save money with my special discount! Save 15% off any service, 10% any accessory or get a FREE charging cable at Device Pitstop of Maple Grove! No expiration. Click on the image below to open in a new window and print, or show on your phone in-store!
In addition to this guide, I have provided a FREE 5-page Printable Spring Cleaning Checklist here:
Here’s the FREE 5-page printable checklist!
It includes one page for each area of your home:
- Kitchen & Dining Area
- Living Room
- Extra Areas
Spring Cleaning Guide
CLEAN UP YOUR YARD
YARD WASTE COLLECTION SITES
Each county offers free yard waste collection sites or assistance for its residents. At these sites you can often pick up free compost for your garden (while it lasts). They may also offer junk collection days where you drop off items like tires or electronics and even hazardous waste for a discount. Most of the sites ARE still running during COVID-19, but check out your local county website for locations and times: