An A.D.D. Cleaning Day

Isn't this the truth. I start with one chore, then 4 hours later my whole house has been cleaned.

e’ve all had those days. I just know it. When instead of completing the tasks that you wanted or planned, you jump from one task to another until you’ve been thru the whole house. You finally end up back at your original job and everything is half done!

With Spring Cleaning coming up, you know that you’re gonna be doing a million different jobs at a time. Today this post is being sponsored by Swiffer and Febreze to help us with those spring cleaning days.

Did you know that both companies have products that not only help make cleaning more convenient, but also are now Certified asthma & allergy friendly by AAFA (Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America). Because when you are doing your spring cleaning, you don’t want to be just pushing around all those allergens lingering in your house. 

Swiffer Dry Sweeper, Unscented

Swiffer Duster and 360 Duster, Unscented

Febreze Fabric Refresher Allergen Reducer, Unscented

I use a bunch of these products on a daily basis, and have for years. But I had no idea that they were helping with my allergies. I can’t imagine how my red eyes would be feeling if I hadn’t been using them.

Today Febreze and Swiffer are giving one lucky reader a gift pack of the AAFA certified products listed above.
a Rafflecopter giveaway

Open to US residents 18+ years old. No PO Box shipping addresses.

A few other posts you may love:

Really easy and useful tips for Spring Cleaning your car. #2 is my favorite and I need to do it!
Spring Cleaning your Car

free spring chick printable from Our Thrifty Ideas
Chick Printable for spring


blue line


  1. Diana Cote says

    I would have to say the bathroom or kitty litter, i detest those two jobs. hahaha

  2. I loved the list. So funny. And so true of the way I end up cleaning. My least favorite thing to clean is the toilets. Especially my kids bathroom. Horrible!

Speak Your Mind


This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.