Can you believe it’s already time to start thinking about spring cleaning?! I’ve been cleaning our house like crazy this month because of all the demo and construction going on in our master bedroom/bathroom and downstairs. Every time I turn around there is more dust, ahhh!!! I am SO ready to spring clean and have our house back to normal. 🙂
This year, as I started thinking about spring cleaning, I received an email from a new company that makes premium hydrogen peroxide cleaners. I love cleaning with hydrogen peroxide because I know it’s safe for my family, my puppy and the environment. In the past I’ve used it to clean toys, laundry, etc. but today I’m going to show you how you can use Pyoure hydrogen peroxide to spring clean every room in your house and I’m giving some away so make sure you read all the way to the end!
Since the kitchen can be one of the germiest places in the house, it’s nice to know you can tackle, bacteria, grease, etc. with just one cleaner. Pyoure has lots of amazing scents to offer but for my kitchen I chose Cherry Blossom because it smells refreshing and clean, exactly how I want my kitchen. 🙂
I know it might seem strange to clean the kitchen with Hydrogen Peroxide because most of us grew up just using H2O2 for cleaning cuts, but a friend recently emailed me this blog post about cleaning with it, and now it’s the ONLY thing I’ll be using in my kitchen! (After you enter the giveaway make sure to come back because that blog post is a MUST READ!)
Note: Some countertops, including natural stone counters, might be bleached by hydrogen peroxide so make sure to text it in an inconspicuous spot first. It works great on my marble but I made sure to test it first.
Now let’s move onto the bathrooms. Germy toilets and bathtubs are perfect places to use Pyoure but during spring cleaning it’s also great to use it to clean hairspray off the walls, dust and grime off the door trim and baseboards, the vents, and all the nooks and crannies around the sink, including the overflow hole (a dirty overflow hole is a gross pet peeve of mine).
In the bathroom I used Pyoure’s Cool Citrus Mint scent because it smells very clean and sterile, which is exactly how I want the bathroom to smell when I’m done cleaning it.
The living room
Once you’ve cleaned the dirtiest rooms in the house (or at least the most obvious ones) it’s time to move onto some of the most lived in rooms in the house. It might not seem like there’s a lot to spring clean in the living room but don’t be fooled! Ceilings, walls, light switches, windows, mirrors, and picture frames all need to be cleaned.
And don’t forget some of the dirtiest places in the room, the remote controls and the dog bed. These are perfect places for germs to linger, but you don’t have to worry because the H2O2 will kill them all!
Next let’s head into the bedrooms. If we go through the checklist there’s lots of dusting, vacuuming and laundry to be done, but make sure you also go through the room and sterilize all the dresser knobs/pulls, door handles (including the closet), light switches, lamp switches, etc. I recommend the Sweetheart Bouquet scent for the bedrooms because it smells refreshing and inviting, something you’d want to smell coming into a bedroom. 🙂
The laundry room
Last but not least, let’s clean the laundry room. I always forget to clean the laundry room because it’s usually the washing machine doing the cleaning for me, but there are lots of things to clean in there. Start by wiping down the walls, cabinets, shelves, etc. These places accumulate lots of lint dust from the dryer so it’s good to wipe them down every few months. Then use Pyoure’s Laundry Day scent (of course), to clean the washer/dryer controls, the sink, the cabinet pulls/knobs, etc. You can also use it to clean the barrels inside the washer and dryer!
Using hydrogen peroxide to clean is a great way to not just clean your home, but actually sanitize it at the same time (make sure you go back and read the blog post I linked to above). It’s also a great way to save money because you can use it to clean everything from sinks, mirrors, walls, floors and even the toilet!
Who’s ready to start Spring cleaning?
This post is sponsored by Pyoure Premium Hydrogen Peroxide but all opinions are my own and all the cleaning results shown are real.