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Spring Cleaning Gadgets To Change The Game

Gearing up for a deep spring clean? A few new products can make the job just a little bit easier and get you excited about the job of a deep spring clean. Grab a few of these products before you spring clean. 

Spinning Brush– This battery operated brush will make cleaning the shower so much easier! Forget elbow grease, this brush can do triple the work for half the effort! 

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Pet Hair Eraser Vacuum– This vacuum is the upgrade you’ve been looking for. Set your spring cleaning up for success by starting fresh with a high powered vacuum. This one does a great job at removing pet hair plus all the other yucky things your home is hiding in corner and under sofas. 

Scrub Daddy Sponges– These sponges are a cult classic that has taken TikTok by storm. Grab a pack to see what all the hype is about! 

Commercial Spot Cleaner– This professional level spot cleaner works wonders on carpet stains and upholstery spots. This takes up tons less space compared to traditional carpet cleaners, and is the perfect accessory to clean up those little messes. 

Microfiber Cloths– These cloths are the perfect thing for wiping up messes, polishing chrome, and making glass sparkle.  

Steam Cleaner– This steamer is perfect for cleaning up stuck on messes and grime. The steam works to sanitize surfaces. This is the perfect gadget to make easy work of messes. 

Squeegee– If you aren’t using a squeegee in your glass shower then you’re missing out! Hang this in your shower and clean the glass after each shower to keep things sparkling.      

Easy Wring Mop and Bucket- This mop is a game changer. It makes easy work of mopping the floor. The wringing feature means that your mop isn’t sopping wet and does its job with ease. 

Odor Eliminating Bags– These charcoal bags work to absorb odors and moisture around your home. Simply place these in inconspicuous locations in your home and they’ll freshen the air without covering odors. 

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