Arm & Hammer™ Has Your Back For Spring Cleaning

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Spring is finally here!  It’s been a long winter and as we move into spring it’s easy to feel overwhelmed with tasks to get our families and our homes ready for the warmer weather.  The makers of Arm & Hammer™  would like to help make the whole process easier on you with these tips for getting everything from your kitchen, to your laundry, to your patio sparkling clean, all while saving you money!

Make a list – Start by listing out every room of your house, without forgetting places like the utility room, laundry room, garage and closets. Then, think about cleaning tasks for each room. It’s satisfying to cross things off your list as you complete them.

Work from the top down, inside to outside, to make sure you don’t get what you just cleaned dirty again.

For clothes, do your washing in cold water. Using a detergent specially formulated for use in cold water like ARM & HAMMER™ Coldwater Laundry Detergent, not only gets out dirt and odours in low temperatures, but saves you money on your energy bill at the same time, compared to using hot water. At busy times like this when you’re likely doing multiple loads, it can make a big difference.

Clean one room, or even one area of one room, at a time to avoid unfinished jobs. The satisfaction of seeing one room sparkle will make the hard work feel like it’s worth the effort.

One of the most powerful and effective kitchen cleaners available today can already be found in most Canadian households.  Did you know that baking soda has more than 101 uses around the home and is inexpensive and can be used safely around the whole family? Here are just a few ideas to get you started:

o   Keep your fridge smelling fresh all season long with odour-eliminating products such as ARM & HAMMER™ Fridge Fresh™.  For best results, replace every three months. Helpful hint: change with the change of the seasons – like right now for spring! Baking Soda helps eliminate strong odours in both the fridge and freezer to help foods taste fresher longer.

o   Instead of harsh chemical cleaners, use baking soda as natural and food-safe surface cleanser on your kitchen counters. Sprinkle it onto a damp sponge or cloth to wipe surfaces clean.

o   To restore the shine in your sterling and silver plate serving pieces, make a baking soda paste with 3 parts ARM & HAMMER™ Baking Soda to 1 part water.  Rub onto the silver with a clean cloth or sponge till tarnish disappears.  Rinse thoroughly and dry for a sparkling clean shine.

o   Before you pull out your patio furniture for the season, give it a thorough cleaning with baking soda. You can also keep your outdoor furniture fresh by sprinkling a little baking soda underneath cushions or inside the storage bag.

Last but not least, start early! When it’s cold and dreary outside, it’s the perfect time to get those spring cleaning chores done. Then, when the sun beckons from outside, you’ll be ready to jump right into spring, guilt-free!

Do you have any tried and tested spring cleaning tricks?  Tell us!

 

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5 comments

  1. Soozle says:

    Oh, the dreaded spring clean! I found a pretty good (and extensive) list on line of areas of the house and things to spring clean – down to bleaching the garbage. Soooo many tasks ahead still!

  2. Lyndin says:

    I love using baking soda for cleaning! I have switched from Comet to baking soda for the tub and use it for cleaning mattresses as well.

  3. mrdisco says:

    i am not looking forward to spring cleaning

  4. Eldon says:

    I am still not done spring cleaning! Gotta stop procrastinating!

  5. Victoria Ess says:

    I actually really enjoy spring cleaning! My advice is to pick a weekend and commit to it. I find that it's harder for me to get it done when I take a break from cleaning and have to keep getting back to it.

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