Get ready to tackle Spring Cleaning in a way you never have before with a few new ways to clean all the things you’ve been avoiding. Follow these easy tips and tricks for those hard-to-clean nooks and crannies you won’t overlook this spring.
Besides the bathroom, window trim and track might be the toughest thing to clean. But you can easily clean it with our tile and grout brush to loosen dirt and debris from inside the track. Simply vacuum it up for a clean finish.
There are so many surfaces above, below, under, behind and inside a fridge, it’s easy to forget to clean all of them. But with our General Kitchen Cleaning Solution recipe you can clean the top, back, sides, shelves, drawers and even the coils.
From a distance, most lampshades seem perfectly clean. But once you look closely, you’ll notice that dust bunnies can soil even the most forgiving of lampshades. But you can literally brighten your day in minutes with a few flicks of our 50% Stickier Lint Roller on each shade.
Since we’ve discovered how easy our Heavy Duty Scrub Sponge wipes away crusted-on trash can messes, Spring Cleaning waste has never been simpler.
Plants are green machines that can bring an instant pop of spring into any room. But forgetting to clean them can take your living space from airy to scary in a matter of months. Simply dampen a blue Non-Scratch Scrub Sponge and gently wipe down leaves, stems and pots to keep your plants fresh and clean.
A good rule of thumb is if you can’t see it, you probably need to clean it. Like the tops of ceiling fans, for example. By simply taking our Microfiber Hardwood Floor Mop, you can clean almost anything out of reach without breaking a sweat.
The last thing any of us think to clean are cleaning tools themselves. Most people think microwaving a sponge for a few seconds properly cleans it, but a safer way to sterilize a sponge is to place it in the top rack of your dishwasher and run it with a load of dishes.