Ava Grace's Closet: Spring Cleaning with Church and Dwight + A Giveaway!

Tuesday, May 23, 2017

Spring Cleaning with Church and Dwight + A Giveaway!

It's the most wonderful time of the year!
Time for Spring Cleaning - I'm actually not kidding.
There is something about starting the season with a fresh, clean space that I have always loved.

My own mother, a self-proclaimed clean freak, always took on the toughest chores before each new season.
Moving furniture, including all of the household appliances, {who does that?} and making sure everything was just so.
The {ahem} older I get, I find I am following in her footsteps - well, to a degree.
I am by no means as crazy as she was, but I do enjoy a clean space - open windows for fresh air and airing out all of our linens as soon as the weather permits.


I do a closet switch each season as well - tucking cold weather sweaters away to make room for t-shirts and tanks.
Lighter blend pants and skirts.
And yes, I do this x4. My kids are used to it and often start the task themselves - it's a great way of ensuring that too-small items are donated on an ongoing basis.
Unworn items are purged.
Plus it makes room for more shopping. 


My friends at Church and Dwight want to get you started on the task with a selection of spring cleaning essentials.
All of these are products I use personally and can't say enough about.
This one is open to Canadian residents only!


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Tell me. What do you do to get your home ready for the Spring?

Good Luck
xo

34 comments :

  1. We thoroughly clean our home twice a year. First, we purge unwanted or unneeded items to rid ourselves of clutters. Second, we mix our solutions and then clean everything in our home...from floor boards to ceiling. Nothing is let untouched. Then we supply our home with what we need.

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  2. I always find Spring a good time to do some organizing and purging. Before putting away the fall/winter clothes I always clear out what we no longer wear (donating it). I also do a very good cleaning, top to bottom so when the weather turns nice I can be outside enjoying it instead of cleaning. (Judy Cowan)

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  3. I like to go through closets and purge unneeded items in the spring

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  4. I love doing a clean out - get rid of things that are too small or not used. I love washing down the walls and clean the baseboards. Washing the windows makes me feel like spring.

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  5. I start purging things we don't need out of the house. I like to re-organize and clean.

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  6. I don't do anything in particular, but I clean my house each week and try to keep it clean that way. I would love to try some new cleaning products though!

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  7. I put all the winter things away and wash the windows

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  8. I go through my home and purge unneeded items. (:

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  9. We wash all the windows and steam clean the carpets, pull out all the summer clothes and get them washed up and ready

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  10. I wash the windows, clean my car and garage sweep the patios.

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  11. To get ready for spring I also switch out my winter clothes and put my spring/summer clothes within easy reach.

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  12. The closets get a purge, the pantry and fridge too!!

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  13. I wash winter clothes and put away and get the spring clothes out. I freshen all the bedding and curtains.
    Florence C

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  14. I purge what we don't use anymore and wash
    all our winter coats.I use my clothesline to
    freshen our bedding and I clean out junk drawers
    and organize things.Oh.. and then I clean all the
    walls and ceilings and steam clean my sofa and chairs.

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  15. I organize our mudroom... Clean and store winter gear, check out the fit of footwear and spring outerwear and get out summer sport/beach items. We also do a thorough cleaning, check fire detectors, tidy up garage...and so on.

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  16. The first thing is washing all the curtains and windows.

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  17. I usually start with the bedrooms. Then work my way out. I clean and dust everything!

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  18. I go through closest donate clothes that didn't get worn and wash windows

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  19. I dust from top to bottom. Then I purge all closets of clothes that we are not using. I vacuum and wash everything.

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  20. I do a big de-cluttering and scrubbing to get ready for spring

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  21. Dearest Susan,
    Well, I've worked very hard before my youngest brother with his wife and 15-year old daughter came to visit for Pieter's Birthday. Laundering the down duvets and line drying them after having been in the dryer. Feels so good and fresh. Purging things and giving away to some poor Mexicans feels good.
    Got exhausted though as our home is getting bigger and bigger it seems as we age. But I felt mighty proud for having tackled it. Now I need to catch up again...
    Hugs,
    Mariette

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  22. I'm just getting ready to start spring cleaning! This would be perfect.

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  23. a full clean inside and outside.

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  24. Wash all patio furniture outside, vacuum & deodorize mattresses indoors, & organize rooms by donating used household items and clothing.

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  25. I've been going through my entire house and deciding what to keep, donate, or sell.

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  26. The whole house get a good cleaning and I purge my clothes.

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  27. I do a refresh of my closet....and spring clean the whole house.

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  28. I wash all the walls down and clean out the closets and get rid of clothes that no longer fit or put away winter clothes.

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  29. wash windows and clean out junk not needed

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  30. I love cleaning out the closets

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  31. I love to organize and Spring is when I purge on stuff that we no longer use.

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I love reading every last one. Thanks so much for stopping by our little blog. xo.

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