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How your dryer can help with spring cleaning

May 27, 2014 1 min read 2 Comments



Good bye winter and hello spring! The lingering colder weather has delayed many of us from the seasonal household chores that normally would have been completed by now. I have to admit, spring cleaning is not on my list of favorite things to do, but the freshness of a clean house positively affects my family and our home life. 


How can LooHoos help with your spring cleaning? Wool naturally absorbs odors and toxins. The lanolin in the wool helps to soften fabrics. Will you be taking the curtains down to clean the windows? Why not throw them in the dryer with a few LooHoos to freshen them up? Pillows and cushion covers? Yes, those too! You can even add a few drops of essential oils to the dryer balls to add a scent if you wish.


So, now that you know how LooHoos can help you with spring cleaning, what other natural cleaners do you use in your household?

2 Responses

Wendy Trafton
Wendy Trafton

June 13, 2014

I hate wearing rubber gloves. I use vinegar and baking soda and I can use my bare hands and not have to worry. I think the biggest bonus is that I can breathe better while cleaning. The vinegar can be strong but seems to dissipate faster than the chemical smells and I usually dilute it a little to help avoid it being so strong.


May 29, 2014

I bought bathroom cleaner after bathroom cleaner, trying to get water spots off my glass shower doors. Water spots drive me crazy! And despite their claims, there was still always a visible residue. What finally worked??? Vinegar, water and a small amount of dish soap! So after all the chemicals and claims, all I needed was already in my cupboard!

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