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Spring Cleaning Tips + Free Seasonal Set from Grove Collaborative

Dear Friends!
 

We may have a few more days of winter left, but I’m already feeling antsy for longer days and warmer temperatures. Who could blame me with the most recent N'oreaster bearing down on me and dumping more snow! Even if the weather won’t cooperate, cleaning and freshening up our home is one way to welcome spring!

 

I love to use healthy natural products during my spring cleaning, and my house gets just as clean without the harsh chemicals. If you want the exact products I’m using, grab this free seasonal set of Mrs. Meyer’s spring soaps + Grove Collaborative glass spray bottle + walnut scrubber sponges from Grove Collaborative! Then use my cleaning tips & tricks to invite spring into your home.

 

Prep:

  • Pick a day and go at it!  Then you'll step back and give yourself a big pat on the back. Not to mention you'll be super motivated to keep going when you see your accomplishments!

  • Round up all your cleaning supplies into a milk crate. Then you can just grab and go when you have time to clean.

 

Kitchen:

  • Coffee is a non-negotiable for me. To keep your morning cup tasting fresh, fill up the chamber with a 50/50 mix of water and vinegar and run a brewing cycle. Brew 3 pots of clear water to make sure all the vinegar is rinsed out. Then wash the carafe with Mrs. Meyer’s dish soap. I do this cleaning routine quarterly!

  • While you’re busy tidying up, toss your old sponges. Replace them with these Grove Collaborative walnut scrubber sponges, which are made from crushed walnuts! To keep them fresh, toss them in the dishwasher once a week on the top rack.  These are the only sponges my family uses!

 

Living room:

  • You’ve been snuggled up on the couch all winter, but now your pillows and cushions could use some freshening up. Try this DIY fabric spray: 1 tablespoon of baking soda, 5-10 drops of essential oil, and water in your Grove Collaborative spray bottle. Mist away!

  • Indoor crafts, snacks, and slushy boots can leave lots of mystery stains on the carpet. We learned this trick from our carpet installer: Mix one tablespoon of Mrs. Meyer’s dish soap into a cup of hot water. Dip a white rag into the solutions and blot it into the stain.

 

Bathroom:

  • A change of seasons calls for a change of scents. Put out a pretty new hand soap (I love Mrs. Meyer’s lilac) and a fresh towel. As a bonus, this Mrs. Meyer’s soap adds a pretty pop of spring color to your countertop.

  • There’s nothing worse than cleaning the drain (ick!), so pour a pot of boiling water down the drain and let it do the hard work instead.

  • After all that cleaning, there’s nothing better than a relaxing shower — but mineral deposits can slow your water pressure to a trickle. Soak a few paper towels with vinegar and wrap them around the shower head, covering all the spray nozzles. Leave the paper towels overnight, then remove them and run the water to rinse.

 

Ready to grab your kit? 

To get your free kit, simply sign up for Grove
Collaborative  and the offer will be automatically added to your cart. You’ll answer 4 quick questions about your current cleaning routine, which Grove will use to recommend products for your first basket. You can customize your order by adding or remove items — as long as your order is a minimum of $20, you’ll qualify for the offer.

 

One of the unexpected benefits of my Grove subscription is that I’ve discovered so many great natural products. I’m always hesitant to try a new laundry detergent or cleaner at the grocery store, but since Grove offers only the best products with a 100% happiness guarantee, I feel confident trying new products. Plus, their customer service is hands-down the best.

 

My Grove VIP membership helps me save even more with free shipping, price matching, exclusive sales, and free full-size gifts. When you submit your first Grove order, you’ll be signed up for the free 60 day VIP trial. I highly recommend taking advantage of the free shipping and personal service that comes with this membership so you can see if it’s right for you!

 

Ready to get started on your spring cleaning and streamline your household shopping routine? This offer ends March 19, and supplies are limited.  Grab your FREE Spring Cleaning Kit here!

Talk soon,
Maureen
;)

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