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Spring Cleaning with Bon Ami

This post was sponsored by Bon Ami. All thoughts and opinions are my own.
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Hopefully by now you have started some sort of spring cleaning. For myself, it has been mostly decluttering my bedroom and clearing out my closet. But for April, I have decided to focus on the kitchen. The kitchen is a space where a lot of time is spent and it can quickly get dirty, cluttered, and disorganized real quickly.

What I Use to Clean

I really love using non-toxic and simple products like Bon Ami. If you haven’t heard of Bon Ami, you need to hear it now! This nontoxic cleanser has been around since 1886. They continue to stick to there formula made with no harsh chemicals, no strong odors, and simple ingredients.

This stuff is so gentle that you don’t have to use gloves while using it. I feel so much better using this to clean especially when I have a nosy kitty poking around and being curious.

Bon Ami is French for  “Good Friend” and for a good reason too! It helps you clean almost anything in your home like a good friend would.?

Spring Cleaning with Bon Ami - Sharing spring cleaning checklist and how to use Bon Ami.

Here’s how you use Bon Ami.

It’s quite simple just like there ingredients.

All you do is wet the surface you’re going to clean, sprinkle on Bon Ami, and rub with a wet sponge.

Spring Cleaning with Bon Ami - Sharing spring cleaning checklist and how to use Bon Ami. Spring Cleaning with Bon Ami - Sharing spring cleaning checklist and how to use Bon Ami.

And Voila! A really clean sink! I don’t think I’ve seen my sink so clean since I’ve been in this house! Some other spring cleaning task to do:

Stove – Scrub Grime and Wipe Clean

Microwave – Wipe, Clean, and Deodorize

Refrigerator – Clean Shelves and Exterior

Sink – Clean and Wipe Down

Dishwasher – Clean Interior and Exterior

Counters – Wipe Down

Cabinets – Clean Exterior from Smudges

Oven –  Clean Racks, Interior, and Exterior

Junk Drawer – Decultter

Cabinets – Donate Unused Items

Pantry – Clear Out Expired Food

Under Sink – Organize

Refrigerator – Throw Away Expired Food

Appliances – Store Away Ones Not Used Often

Utensils – Organize, Clean, and Donate Unused Items.

These are the main things I have done for my kitchen spring cleaning. Cleaning your home can be fun and give you a sense of accomplishment.

Don’t forget to check out Bon Ami for cleaning tips and more information on their nontoxic formula! Happy cleaning!

xx // christine

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