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Daffodils are blooming and my allergies are in full force. I’ve been asking friends and family their favorite spring cleaning tips to help combat the dust and grime that’s built up over the winter.
First up is breaking out warmer weather clothing that’s been packed away. Sometimes even when clothing and linens have been carefully packed away they can still be a bit dingy and musty. Sometimes there might be stains that have set in over the winter. OxiClean saves the day with two great laundry products.
The OxiClean Laundry Detergent penetrates fabrics and infuses clothes with three powerful stain-fighters and a clean, fresh scent. The detergent’s stain-fighters can lift away complex stains, including, grass, oil, grease and red wine. The OxiClean Laundry Detergent is available in liquid form and in time-saving detergent paks.
OxiClean White Revive Laundry Stain Remover is my go to for removing stains and reviving dingy towels. The best part? The stain remover has bleach-like whitening without the damaging effects of chlorine. No bleach means no fumes, no yellowing, no color damage. I call that a win.
With spring arriving, it also means more dinners outside and friends over for cookouts. The thing is, this also means food may sit a little longer on plates and they don’t always get scraped as well as they could. Last year at this time, I didn’t have a dishwasher (oh the horror) and so I was soaking all of my dishes. But now, OxyClean comes to the rescue, just like it does in the laundry room
OxiClean 4X Extreme Power Crystals is my new kitchen favorite. Stuck on food is no match for this powerful dishwasher detergent, and with kids, that’s pretty important. It even fights stains on plastic! . OxiClean 4X Extreme Power Crystals are available in two secnts: Fresh Clean and Lemon Clean. For your convenience this detergent coms in a bottle or time-saving paks!
Other spring cleaning tips I love:
If you get a nice day, open some windows. Even if it’s “only” 50 degrees outside I love opening my windows for a little bit to bring some fresh air in the house. It makes a huge difference.
Purge! I did some major dump and goodwill runs this week. It stirred up a lot of dust and my sinuses are paying for it, but it was so nice to get rid of all of that stuff.
Make a plan and stick to it. The easiest way to tackle spring cleaning is to follow a plan. Your house, family, and if you’re like me, your allergies will thank you for it.