28 Days Purging Series: Day 9

Welcome to day nine of this purging series. Today we are going to be doing Cleaning Products. Have you downloaded your free printable for this purging series? Click here if you would like your copy, you will be directed to the Introduction To My 28 Days Purge Series post where you can find it.

Our goal is to spend 20 minutes or less on this task. Throughout this series there may be tasks that only take 5-10 mins and that is great and gives so much motivation to keep on with the tasks in the days ahead. 

Also, during these daily tasks for our purging series if there is a day where it does not apply to you or that place does not need it you can select another area to do with the same idea of 20 minutes or less.

I really needed this one, I love testing new cleaning products out, with this being said that means my collection can be a lot at times. For this task I did it in 2 steps as I have cleaning products on my main floor and my upper floor so I don’t have to go up and down when I need them. I pulled all cleaning products from my main floor first from anywhere there were stored ( I store mine in the kitchen under the sink and my backups in the laundry room, I also store the ones that I am not sure of or wanting to try in the laundry room) I knew that this was the time to let go by tossing it or by giving it to someone who wanted it. I went thru everything and made sure I only kept what I loved and used. Everything else went. Products I bought and didn’t work or didn’t work as well as I wanted was gone. I did this same step for the products I had upstairs in the cleaning closet.

This task didn’t take me more the 10 minutes. It was an easy one because I already knew I would only be keeping what works and what I love.

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Review: Dollar Tree Window Cleaner

I love testing new all kinds of products out, I came across this Window Cleaner from Dollar Tree and decided to try it out. I must say I was pretty impressed with it. Its does a great job and leaves no streaks, no film left behind, and it also leaves a great shine. I love that it is Ammonia Free. I have tested it on glass surfaces, windows, and mirrors. I love it so much, that’s what I now always use for a few years now! There is a smell of vinegar to it, but to me it is not strong, you do smell the vinegar when spraying. It’s a great product that is not highly priced, I paid $1.25 plus tax and am amazed at how well it works and cleans. I always have an extra bottle just in case I run out. I have also used it on glass shower doors, works greats on removing hard water stains leaving a nice clear glass.

This product from Dollar Tree is amazing.

I gave up on Windex because it was always leaving streaks and a bit of a film, I hated that. Made everything look like it was not properly cleaned. Windex isn’t cheap either for something that doesn’t work great. I did use Windex for years prior to starting to use this Window Cleaner from Dollar Tree. I use to love it, but noticed year after year the product results were changing and never was the same.

Who else loves affordable cleaning products? Do you know of other affordable cleaning products either from Dollar Tree or another place? Comment below and let me know, I am always into trying new things.

This is not a sponsored post, I just love sharing with you all products that work.

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