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Spring Cleaning Tips and Sale at

Apr 14, 2010

This year, make a smaller carbon footprint while you spring clean with environmentally friendly cleaning products! See all Spring Cleaning Products on sale at

Spring Cleaning Sale at ToiletPaperWorld.comSpring Cleaning Tips for Green Cleaning

Use Recycled Paper Towels

Sunrise Recycled Paper Towels. A greener way to clean for spring! Buy a case of recycled paper towels from for an even lower price for an earth-friendly cleaning choice.

Microfiber Cleaning Cloths

Another economical and eco-friendly choice for cleaning is Microfiber Cloths – on sale this week only at Microfiber cleaning cloths are reusable cleaning cloths, and can be washed up to 100 times!

See all spring cleaning products that are on sale.  Remember, offers free shipping on orders over $75!

Swiffer Duster – 21st Century Dusting

Jul 9, 2009

The Swiffer Duster with Extendable Handle

The Swiffer Duster with Extendable Handle

When I was a kid, “dusting” was always an interesting concept. Every week I would “clean” the dust off of picture frames, counter tops, and various other places with a feather duster, and then have to go back and do the same thing all over again the next week. Really all I was doing was moving the dust around, putting it back into the air, and thus affecting my allergies.

I can now stop wasting my time thanks to the Swiffer Duster. Theses dusters work great because the fabric actually traps the dirt and dust, instead of just moving it around with feathers. I like to use the extendable handle version to get high areas, such as dusting off cabinet tops and ceiling fans. The handle is also bendable so you can lock it at an angle to get hard to reach spots (I use this feature when cleaning cabinet corners and baseboards.) Then when you’re all done, simply toss the Swiffer refill away and pop a new one on.

Thanks you Swiffer for making my life easier once again!

Green Living With The Easy Eco Blog

Jun 18, 2009

One of the things that sets us apart from our competitors is our belief in eco-friendly living. We advocate for the greenest cleaning supplies and want to make an industry that is associated with harmful chemicals more environmentally aware.

That’s why we enjoy reading the Easy Eco Blog. “Our goal,” the authors state, “is to help the environment, while saving you money and improving the entire world’s quality of life.” The site is full of great advice on going green and saving green while doing it. This week, they’ve been posting about choosing and installing solar panels. Easy Eco Blog is always informative and well worth adding to your RSS reader of choice.

Getting Out Grass Stains

Jun 18, 2009

You know these stains well. Their green, they smell like the lawn, and they’re the result of a great game or a tumble

Stain Fighting Tips for Laundry Day

Stain Fighting Tips for Laundry Day

down the hill. Grass stains are a part of life, but just because they get on your clothes doesn’t mean you still can’t go out and play. Getting rid of grass stains can be easy and effective and for every stain, there is a solution. So don’t worry. You can easily get it out and get those play clothes ready for more action.

First, apply a prewash treatment product to your stain and let sit for about 15 minutes. For a more natural approach, you can use a solution made up of one part white vinegar to two parts water. Use a toothbrush to work the liquid into the area. Finish with a quick wash using an enzyme detergent, which breaks down proteins and lifts the stain from your garment. For nonwashables, apply a store-bought stain fighter like Shout or Zout and let sit for about 15 minutes. Next, use an eyedropper and vinegar to remove any remaining color. Finally, flush the area thoroughly with cool water.

Sounds easy, right? Give it a try on your next load of laundry.

How To Organize Your Cleaning Supplies

Mar 3, 2009

Cleaning Supplies

As Spring Cleaning season looms just around the corner, you can start to get a head start on your cleaning routine today by opting to organize your cleaning supplies. By taking the time to get your spics and spans in a row, you can be sure that cleaning will be easier and less frustrating than you last remember. After all, Spring Cleaning can be a very rewarding experience when you get it done right. Here are the steps you need to get your supplies ready for the fight against dirt, grime and dust bunnies:

Step 1: Find A Space
Most people tend to shove their supplies under a shelf, in a cupboard, or even in a bucket in a closet. The point of organizing your cleaning supplies is to find a space where it can fit comfortably and be dedicated to storing just cleaning supplies. If you don’t have an entire closet to devote, you can always think about setting aside part of a pantry, a nook under a staircase, or even an organized bin.

Step 2: Clean Up
Sort through your supplies and sort out what’s unnecessary. If you have two half-used bottles of the same product, combine them together. Pitch brooms, mops, or rags that are worn out beyond repair. Start organizing your products by room, type, or whatever way works best for you. Try to secure loose items like brooms, rags, and bottles by tossing them in bins, buckets, or hanging them up on racks, hooks or similar.

Step 3: Stock Up
Once you’ve cleared out the clutter, replenish your supply of depleted cleaning products. is your source for finding the Cleaning Supplies You need to restore your cleaning space to where it should be – just in time for Spring Cleaning.


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