Spring is in the air and with Spring comes Spring cleaning. If we’re going to have to clean, we may as well use cute stuff to do it! Today I’m rounding up some of my favorite stylish cleaning tools for your Spring cleaning. I personally have many items on the list and want the rest of them!
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Stylish Cleaning Tools for Spring Cleaning
- 1. Bristle Pot Brush – I have this and use it daily. The bristles are strong enough to remove all the grime from pots and pans without scratching them.
- 2. Bottle Brush Set
- 3. Dustpan and Hand Broom – The cutest broom and dustpan I ever did see. You could leave this out styled in a mudroom or pantry.
- 4. Rug Beater
- 5. Vegetable Brush
- 6. Feather Duster
- 7. Utility Bucket
- 8. Glass Spray Bottles – These glass bottles are perfect for replacing ugly cleaning bottles or if you make any cleaning solution yourself. Recently on Instagram, I talked about the homemade countertop cleaning spray I’m making. When it’s ready, I’ll use these bottles for it.
- 9. Board Oil – Great for preserving your cutting boards and wood kitchen utensils. It keeps boards from drying out and cracking. I need this.
- 10. Dryer Balls – Do you use dryer balls? They replace dryer sheets and reduce drying time and static. The cute hedgehog version has been designed to separate clothes while drying. I’ve heard of people adding a drop of essential oil to them to make your laundry smell nice. I am not a dryer ball user but I want to give them a try!
- 11. Dish Drainer
- 12. Cotton Towels – Great option if you’re trying to cut back on paper towel use.
- 13. Castile Soap – It isn’t really a cleaning tool but I couldn’t talk about cleaning and not talk about castile soap because it’s pretty amazing stuff. I always have some of the almond Dr. Bronner’s castile soap on hand. There are many other amazing scents as well. Castile soap is made from plant-based oils and can be used for anything from all-purpose kitchen cleaner to face wash to laundry detergent. Read more about it and its uses here. It’s a concentrate so you have to dilute it based on what you’re using it for. I use it daily as a countertop spray.
- 14. Cleaning Caddy
- 15. Dish Brush
- 16. Canvas Bin – How gorgeous is this bin? It would make a great laundry bin to house dirty clothes in a closet, bathroom or laundry room.
There ya go, some ideas for stylish cleaning tools just in time for Spring cleaning.
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