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Massive Deep Clean Motivation!

Hey guys! The busy season of fall is here & before things get too crazy, I really want to tackle the dirty parts of our home & get them deep cleaned! In today's video, I'm sharing some deep cleaning tips for cleaning my oven, stove, couches, trashcan, chairs & more! (I'm also sharing some tips in this blog post that I DIDN'T share in the video!) One of my favorite cleaning products is Bon Ami, which I used for my stove, sink, and oven in this video! I also used my Bissel Steam Shot for those hard to clean spots.. like the garbage cans or bar stools! I'm always impressed with how this steamer works! The before & after shots are AMAZING! I can't wait for you guys to try these cleaning tips & products!


(ones I didn't share in today's video!)

  • Steam clean your oven :: If you don't have a self-cleaning oven, this tip will help you get out those hard stains! Fill an oven safe pot or bowl in the oven at 450 degrees for 20-60 minutes! This will help loosen the dirt & spills that have been so hard to scrub off before.

  • Essential Oils in the vacuum canister :: As you vacuum your floors, you will start to notice the fresh smell! It will last for a while in your vacuum, so you don't need to do it every time! My favorite essential oils that are amazing quality but won't break the bank are Simply Earth!)

  • Essential Oil in garbage disposal :: After scrubbing your sink clean, drop a few drops of your favorite essential oil down the garbage disposal! It helps keep your sink smelling nice & fresh!

  • Carpet free of pet hair :: Use a squeegee to get the pet hair out of your carpet! It is tough and picks up the hair your vacuum might not find. It also makes it easy for small areas where you need to quickly clean up the hair, like a couch or bed! (you can often find these at the Dollar Tree!)

Be sure to tag me over on Instagram & let me know which cleaning tip is your favorite!

Love you guys!!

XO, Amanda

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