Bathroom Spring Cleaning tips

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Cleaning the bathroom is my least favorite thing to do. Actually, doing laundry is my least favorite, cleaning the bathrooms is a close second. I don’t know about you but when Spring arrives, I get in the cleaning mood and my bathrooms and windows are usually first on the list. Today I wanted to share one of my favorite bathroom cleaning tools, the Clorox Toilet Wand. It’s a cleaning wand that gets in those hard to reach spots in your toilet and makes cleaning that much easier. As many of you know, Walmart happens to be a favorite store here in our home. My grandfather frequents the store a couple times a week and it’s one of my favorite places to stock up on cleaning supplies.

spring bathroom cleaning tips

One of my favorite features about the Clorox Toilet Wand is it allows you to dispose of the cleaning head once you are finished.

spring bathroom cleaning tips

Traditional toilet brushes personally gross me out and the fact that you click, swish and toss the toilet head cleaner in the trash is fantastic as far as I am concerned.

spring bathroom cleaning tips


When I am Spring cleaning, I tend to start with one room and work my way through the house. For me, I feel accomplished and happy when one room is clean from top to bottom. That means everything in the room from baseboards to windows.

spring bathroom cleaning tips

Bathrooms are spaces that need to be cleaned thoroughly and kept as germ free as possible. I love how the toilet cleaner is already in the wand head and is quick and easy to use. No more leaving the toilet brush out where people can see it and no more nasty gross toilet water build up at the bottom of the toilet brush holder. A win win in my book! Where can you find this awesome cleaning tool?  The Clorox Toilet Wand can be found in the mop & broom aisle at Walmart.

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