Reduce your cleaning cache to a few multiuse supplies. Microfiber cloths are effective for both washing and drying. All-surface cleaners work on any washable surface, so use the same one on countertops and glass.
You might like working alone, but consider enlisting a partner. Washing windows (one of you inside, the other outside) and vacuuming (have someone move furniture items as you vacuum) are especially productive team tasks.
Start with the most affordable, most convenient cleaner available: tap water. It takes care of most grime, so you won't go through purchased cleaners as quickly. Before using an expensive cleaner in your bathroom, run a hot shower and fill a sink with water so it can soak.
Give cleaners time to work. Spray, then wait, and you can wipe instead of scrub. Drop a denture-cleaning tablet in the toilet; it will dissolve and clean the bowl's surface. Let a warm, wet sponge soften a dried-on spill.
Common household items used in new ways will help you take your spring cleaning routine to the next level. Add these dirt-fighting weapons to your arsenal before you start.