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Wednesday, April 8, 2015

Win a P&G Spring Cleaning Kit #PGMom

Disclosure: I am a P&Gmom/mamanP&G. As part of my affiliation with this group I receive products and special access to P&G events and opportunities. The opinions on this blog are my own


March is a tough month in a lot of ways - it is full of highs and lows and just when we think Spring has finally arrived it hits again {{snow}}.  I don't even want to type that nasty word anymore.   As the month comes to an end, it is only fair to assume that sunnier days are straight ahead.

Welcome April 

As April begins it is time to throw open the curtains and let the sun shine in.  Winter grime be gone, with the help of P&G cleaning products.    This Spring we are going all out - with not just the normal Spring cleaning, we are also digging deep with a complete basement clear out.  We called our local dumpster bin company to bring us a bin and we've been unloading our packed basement a little bit each day.   We've lived in our home for 20 years, and in those twenty years we've accumulated a lot of stuff down there.  It's amazing to me some of the things I've been finding.  I wonder why I would think it was a wise idea to keep some of the stuff that we stored away.
It feels good to be de-cluttering our basement one box or bag at a time. 


While, we are in the midst of doing a huge clean-up, we'll also be doing some routine spring cleaning - as I know a lot of family's do this time of year.   The Swiffer 360 Duster is one of our most trusted products that we use around our home.  (Living in a town with a cement plant is rather brutal for dust.)  I also love the freshening scents from Febreze items, such as the dual oil warmer.   P&G products keep our home and family running smoothly during spring cleaning and beyond!  What P&G products are staples in your home?

Win a Spring Cleaning Kit!  Canadians are welcome to enter to win a spring cleaning kit valued at $60.  {pricing at retailer's discretion}

  • Tide Liquid Detergent – $9.99
  • Febreze Noticeables – $6.99
  • Febreze Air Effects – $4.00
  • Febreze Set & Refresh – $4.99
  • Febreze Noticeables Dual Oil Warmer – $5.99
  • Swiffer 360 Duster Extender Kit – $14.99
  • Puffs Basic Tissue – $9.99
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50 comments:

Victoria S said...

I start early and I bring the whole family into it!

Jenny Major said...

clean a little bit here and there

Judy C said...

I start earlier, doing one room at the time starting at the ceiling and work down. (Judy Cowan)

409cope said...

I start at the top of my house and work my way down going room to room.

Vesper Meikle said...

I do the spring clean room by room but only when I haven't anything else to do

elaing8 said...

I open up all the windows and I take my time. Start on the top floor and work my way down.

Annie1 said...

I get bags for garbage, recycling and donations and then attack one room or one area of a room until its completely finished, clean and organized!

RAFFLECOPTER NAME is Anne Taylor

charity k said...

i make a list and it feels so good to strike things off as i finish

Nicolthe pickle said...

I start with one project at a time, and go from there.

jana24 said...

Make a list and tackle one room at a time

lushka said...

Tackle one room at a time.

Lori Butler said...

i turn the music on and do one room at a time

Glogirl said...

I tackle the spring clean up by making a list of what needs to be done to keep me organized.

Canadian family tested said...

I start with one thing and take my time. Don't do too much in one day.

Flo said...

I start by cleaning one room at a time.
Love a sunny day to open up the windows and wash all the bedding and get it outside.
Florence C

Heidi Carlson-Reid said...

Make or print out a list of all the jobs that need to be done and check them off as they get done.

Andrew Pham (apham17) said...

cleaning one room at a time seems to the best for me

Amy C said...

One room at a time.

Darlene Schuller said...

This year we started on march break and got everyone to help! it was much faster.

Lori Bazan said...

I make a list and tackle room by room

Lori Bazan said...

I make a list and tackle room by room

Alessandrina said...

I tackle spring cleaning by cleaning one area at a time.
Cheers.
Dreena

Muddasir Peracha said...

I tackle one room at a time.

Julie bolduc said...

I open the windows turn the music up and do one room at a time

ivy pluchinsky said...

I clean the windows first, so i can open them during nice spring days

Tinatchick said...

I just go room to room and get it done.

Stephanie LaPlante said...

Do one room at a time and out with the old! This year we're going crazy on the house!

Tina L. said...

I clean one room at a time.

Chelsea White said...

I tackle Spring Cleaning, by breaking up the jobs room by room for each my husband and I. He does the "heavy" work, I do...the rest haha.

Tanis S said...

I go room by room with my cleaning and purging, that way I'm not overwhelmed!

Gillian Morgan said...

I start room by room, from the top to the bottom.

Juliee said...

I do one room at a time , top to bottom.

sensfan4eva said...

Cheryl on raffle copter!!

MY biggest spring cleaning tip is to open the windows, make a list and don't do it all at once

Andrea said...

I tackle spring cleaning in small chunks, making small goals at a time. Taking my time and asking for help when I need it is key.

Jeannie Lam said...

I focus on one room at a time and always clean from the top to the bottom.

Brenda Penton said...

I make up a to-do list for each room and follow it

Sue2Sueper said...

I tackle my spring clean up by opening up the windows letting fresh air in. This fresh air gives me incentive to get going and clean up.

Karla S said...

I do one room at a time,and try not to get overwhelmed.

Wendy Hutton said...

I do one room at a time from top to bottom

Journeys of The Zoo said...

I take it one room at a time and I'm usually done by the time Spring comes around... the next year.

Thank you so much for generously donating your compensation and giving one of us a prize. Very kind.

Besos, Sarah
Journeys of The Zoo

Marie S said...

Every week I pick up a big job and then do it.

Amber said...

I tackle the room I most want cleaned up first that way if I don't get to the rest at least the important stuff gets done.

- Amber Y

jemrah said...

a little bit at a time - lists are good too!

Tammy D said...

Tackle one room at a time

Krista Miller said...

Vacuum mattresses, wash drapes & blinds, donate clothes that no longer fit.. basically wash/dust all the things in the house which rarely get cleaned week to week.

Nate Fuller said...

I do one room start to finish before moving on to the next one.

Rebby said...

I tackle spring clean up one room at a time. Sometimes I will take over a week to clean the whole house, room by room, but its much less overwhelming when done that way.

guest r said...

I started doing one room at a time. I take my time when I have to go out. It takes 4-10 days sometimes lol.

Sara rai

Nic said...

I set up 3 boxes in as I clean each room. One for garbage, one for donation, and one for items that need to go to another room.

Doris Humber said...

I tackle one room at a time.