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These appliances and essentials will help you keep a clean home throughout the school year!
Clean-home hack: Invest in a smart washer to manage your laundry loads from afar.
Need a hack to make the whole laundry thing a lot less painful? Make your life easier and take home a washing machine that you can control from outside of the laundry room. This washing machine by GE even features SmartDispense, which will store and dispense detergent whenever you place the command through your smartphone.
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Clean-home hack: Command your dryer from your couch with a smart dryer.
Need a new dryer? Or an excuse to get one? Save some serious effort by taking home this dryer that you can command from your couch. This connected dryer not only operates when you give the signal via your smartphone, but it also comes with features that ensure wrinkle-free, fresh-feeling loads every single time. You can even say sayonara to the ironing board and just use the steam function!
Clean-home hack: Touch-up drab walls with a paint pen.
When the school year starts, it's expected that every area of your home will take a beating at one point or another. Keep your walls looking spiffy despite any splattered paint or marker swipes by adding this pack of touch-up paint pens to your arsenal. Fill the airtight pen up with extra wall paint, and keep it handy for seamless touch-ups.
Clean-home hack: Help kids keep their drawers organized with dividers.
If your kid is having trouble keeping track of clothing, take home some of these drawer dividers. Plus, if he or she isn't the best at folding, at least the drawer dividers can be an easy way to keep different clothing items sorted, whether they’re folded or not.
Clean-home hack: Use a simple dissolving tablet to keep your washing machine clean.
The more loads of laundry you cycle through, the faster your washing machine will need a little sprucing up. Affresh is a perfect product to have on hand. All you have to do is place one tablet directly into the washer (without clothing!) and run a hot-water cycle. It'll leave your washing machine fresh and residue-free.
Clean-home hack: Get rid of stickers and glue residue like magic with Goo Gone.
Every home needs Goo Gone, especially one where kids are juggling school, sports, and more. With this magic potion, you'll be able to swipe away gum, glue, stickers, and other messes swiftly. That's a clean-home hack we can't live without.
Clean-home hack: Hang your everyday tools so you never have to dig for them again.
It's important to stay organized so you can wipe away messes as soon as they pop up, and during the school year, it can seem like they happen more frequently (think science projects gone wrong, dirty sports equipment everywhere, and more). This handy holder will keep your favorite cleaning tools well-organized and close by in case of any accidents.
Clean-home hack: Save your home from permanent stains with a magic eraser.
Wet, squeeze, erase! That's all it takes with a Mr. Clean magic eraser to bring soiled surfaces back to life. From countertops to bathtubs, floors and more, you'll find that making your home sparkle becomes a much easier task with one of these.
Clean-home hack: Get the kids in on the cleaning with a safe-on-skin liquid soap.
Dr. Bronner's liquid soap is the perfect solution to use for teaching the kids to clean up after themselves. Whether it's a kitchen table wipe-down or a bathroom-refresh session, this pure formula is safe on skin. Your kids will feel important getting to help out, and you can cross a few more chores off of your cleaning to-do list. This one smells like peppermint, too!
Clean-home hack: Keep baking soda at hand so you can clean or deodorize even the worst messes.
Don't forget a giant box of baking soda. Trust us: You'll use multiple boxes over the course of a year if you live in a home with kids. Whether you're cleaning the bathtub, oven, stovetop, or carpet, you can depend on baking soda to work out anything that's difficult to wipe out.