January might be the only month I am legitimately in the mood to clean. To quote my son, “Like, legit.” I get a serotonin rush when I find new cleaning products! With a new year and a decade, this is the perfect time to find new cleaning products.
Where to Find New Cleaning Products
Two of my favorite places to shop for cleaning products are Target and Homegoods. Target has the staples like toilet bowl brushes and sponges. And, if you are brand loyal to the Meyer brands Target is a great place to buy them.
I love to have a box of Borax on hand because it costs less than a latte and has a dozen uses. If you want to buy it in bulk Amazon offers a 4 pack. I find mine at Target in the laundry aisle.
And never underestimate the power of S.O.S soap pads. I tackled a rusty aluminum tray with baking soda and a soap pad scrubber. Growing up the S.O.S soap pads were a cleaning staple at my house.
My mom grew up in a generation that was a few decades past the depression, but she could stretch one S.O.S soap pad for months before she would grab a new one under the sink.
She stored the used soap pads in a Folger’s coffee tin.
I can not say the word Folgers without singing the jingle…
the best part of waking up …
Cleaning supplies made this list for my top Homegoods finds. Homegoods offers cleaning products in cute spray bottles.
I love anything in a spray bottle. And, spray bottles make great repurposed containers for cleaning staples like vinegar, bleach and just plain water.
And many of Homegoods cleaning products are Made in the USA and have clean designations.
I head to Costco to buy cleaning staples like vinegar, lemon juice and baking soda in bulk.
Baking soda is one of the best odor neutralizers for puppy messes. Does anyone else get that rush over a gallon of vinegar and a pound of baking soda?
Two of my new favorite places to stock up on cleaning supplies are Sprouts and Trader Joe’s. I love to turn the corner at Trader Joe’s and see what new items are on the shelves.
Another new brand of cleaning products is Smartly at Target. I found them on an end cap last summer. They are inexpensive and the scents smell fresh and airy. The dish soaps are under a dollar and the 32-ounce all-purpose cleaner smells like a meadow and is priced under $3.00.
The scents and simple labels calm me! Where do you find your favorite cleaners?