Runescape – Spring Cleaner Guide

The Spring cleaner is an item I use a lot and make a lot of cash from, it can be confusing to set up and understand how to use it so here are some words and pictures to help you!

Where to get it?
You can get it from invention at level 43 or I think they still dish it out on treasure hunter now and then. If you have it sitting in bank then you should definitely start using it ๐Ÿ™‚

Should I upgrade it?
Answer is yes you want the max upgraded version to Spring cleaner 9001 as it dismantles noted drops too then and you can get it instantly by buying springs on GE but its expensive (10K springs needed!) so don’t worry if not – Start using it anyway and it will upgrade as you go.

AHHHH WHAT DO I DO WITH IT, THERE ARE TOO MANY SETTINGS?
Don’t panic – All you need to do is set it up first time and then just take it with you on slayer tasks or even to boss kills and it will start dismantling stuff and sending the ore etc to your bank (so saves picking stuff up too!).

There are two modes, I only use dismantle mode. The rest is personal choice on what you want to dismantle and what you don’t. To start off copy my settings below and off you go:

Runescape Spring Cleaner Configuration Settings
Runescape Spring Cleaner Configuration Settings

Make Money
So you will see messages appearing and have stuff appearing in your bank which is generally worth more than the normal drop! I got this today with a bit of combined luck of dwarves ring so it does work:

Runescape Spring Cleaner Chat Notification
Runescape Spring Cleaner Chat Notification

4 thoughts on “Runescape – Spring Cleaner Guide”

  1. So now that the smithing/mining rework has changed a lot of what you can do with the spring cleaner, how do you use it? Or do you even use it anymore?

      1. You shouldn’t be alching anything less than large addy salvage, spring cost is like 6k why are you high alching steel?? ๐Ÿ˜ฎ

        1. I haven’t ever had to buy springs for it, normally get given more from TH and other things than I can use. Good point though, probably shouldn’t be alcing steel.

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