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By this point in 2020, you have probably already color-coded your bookshelf, planted a fully sustainable herb garden, and checked off everything on your home improvement to-do list. Yup, we have been stuck at home an awful lot. So what is left? A deep spring cleaning, that’s what! You are already spending all your time in the house, so it might as well be a sparkly clean haven. Below I am listing my favorite spring cleaning tools of 2020 to create a spring haven.
Since becoming a homeowner, I find as much joy in opening up a box of cleaning supplies than I do from opening a Christmas gift. What can I say, I am easy to please! (Quick note to my husband: No, this does not mean cleaning supplies are an appropriate gift to give me). When it comes to cleaning supplies, the difference in low and high quality products can mean hours of saved time. So here are my go-to products for cutting through the grime quickly…
Scott’s Liquid Gold
The truth is in the name! ONE Clean Home from Scott’s Liquid Gold is truly a miracle worker. It cleans all types of hard surfaces, both inside and outside the home. I have seriously used the same bottle of Scott’s Liquid Gold to clean my lawn furniture, countertops, and bathtub. It’s amazing! Best of all, it is formulated with natural, non-toxic citric acid, so it is safe for people, pets, and the planet.
Eureka Corded Stick Vacuum
Is it just me or is vacuuming the most exhausting thing about spring cleaning?! Seriously, it’s exhausting lugging around this heavy, large machine around the home, while trying to awkwardly finagle the complex attachments to pick up the tight corners. In walks the NES510 Flash Corded Stick Vacuum Cleaner from Eureka like a tall glass of water. It’s lightweight, slim design can powerful cover all surfaces for an ideal home cleaning experience. It also has premium details like LED headlights, swivel steering, and a large removable dust cup for easy cleanup.
Available this Spring nationwide for $139.99 on Amazon. Use code “15OFFNES510T ” (15% off the Flash, valid May 4th – 17th, 2020, each code is capped at 100 people and limit 1 per customer).
Magic Eraser from Mr. Clean
Who doesn’t love a bald & buff man who scrubs your house to a sparkly clean?! It may look like a sponge, but it cleans like magic and has been in my spring cleaning arsenal for many years now. It has two times stronger cleaning performance with Durafoam versus the leading all-purpose bleach spray (plus, no nasty smell!). Seriously, the Magic Eraser never disappoints and always cuts my cleaning time in half.
Also available in Extra Durable, Magic Eraser Bath, and Magic Eraser Kitchen. Get them here!
A spring haven isn’t complete without clean dishes! I recommend taking a two-pronged approach with Lemi Shine’s Auto Dish Detergent and Dish Detergent Booster.
The Lemi Shine Auto Dish Detergent comes in a pack of 30 pods. You literally, load dishwasher, place a pod into main wash receptacle, and start dishwasher. That’s it! Made up of powerful citric extracts, it contains no gross chemicals and cleans every dish like new.
The Lemi Shine Dish Detergent Booster is ideal for removing hard water spots and film from your dishes and glassware. After the dishwasher is loaded, you fill the main receptacle with Lemi Shine Booster and then fill the pre- wash receptacle with your other favorite detergent. Start the dishwasher as normal and watch the spots disappear. An extra perk, if only one receptacle is present, place detergent in bottom of dishwasher.
So there you have it, my friends! The tools you need to make spring cleaning a synch. All that is left? Motivation! Personally, I am motivated by that horrid dried wine stain on my pristinely white tile that has been sitting there for 2 months untouched. What motivates you to get started with spring cleaning?