3 Ways to Make Spring Cleaning Actually Fun
Chores: They’re not an activity that typically scream “fun.” But who said chores had to be a chore? These tips will turn scrubbing, mopping and dusting into something to be celebrated. Cue the #sparkjoy playlist (or whatever gets you in a good mood).
To get started, stock up with a sale on select Seventh Generation, Method and Mrs. Meyer’s cleaning products from 3/13 – 4/2/19. You’ll take a shine to this spring cleaning sale.*
- First things first: Pour a glass of wine. Or soda. Or organic decaf green tea kombucha. Then start your party in the kitchen — with Mrs. Meyer’s as your plus one. If you haven’t seen it sitting on a sink near you, Mrs. Meyer’s Liquid Dish Soap will help you tackle grease with a concentrated formula. Plus, it has a neutral pH. Win-wins all around.
- A spring cleaning playlist is a must. Put together some of your favorites — whether it’s a little bit of EDM, 60s girl groups or modern country — and crank it up. While you sing along, scrub away the dirt and grime with Method Cleaner All-Purpose Sprays. These sprays are made without chlorine bleach and come in fresh scents like Pink Grapefruit, Ginger Yuzu and Lavender. Pick up one of each for every mood. Bonus: Your tub, toilet and counters can’t judge you if you sing off-key.
- It’s not over until the clothes and sheets are clean. Load the washer with Seventh Generation Liquid Laundry Citrus Breeze, made with plant-based ingredients (and no artificial fragrances either). Because once you’re done with cleaning, you’re probably going to want to put on some fresh pajamas and hop into a bed with clean sheets. And the best part? You’ll have a clean house to wake up to.
*Valid 3/13 – 4/2/19. Select Seventh Generation, Method and Mrs. Meyer’s cleaning products only. While supplies last. Quantities limited. No rain checks. U.S. only. May not be available at Whole Foods Market 365 stores.
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