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5 cleaning products the Well+Good team swears by for a spring home refresh


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The transitional time between winter and spring is a universally known window for tidying your space and getting your home so organized that Marie Kondo would approve. But when you finally address your spring-cleaning goals, you may look through your cabinet only to realize you need to stock up on your somewhat-lackluster supply of tools and (nontoxic!) solutions for getting that job done.

To help you choose the best things for giving your space a solid refresh, the Well+Good team just shared their favorite products. So get ready to attack that scary dark area under your stove and the ever-present dust on your windowpanes.

The Well+Good team uses these tools to keep their Zen dens fresh and clean.

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Cleaning the house can help you live longer, and you can even whip up DIY cleaning solutions by using your garden.

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