Believe it or not, spring IS coming – sooner than you think! Imagine – in just a couple of months we’ll all be throwing open the windows, shaking out the rugs and giving the whole house a breath of fresh air. Now’s the time to take stock of spring cleaning supplies and add some new ones to your arsenal.
1. The Right Brush Makes It Easy
Difficult cleaning jobs require just the right tool to make the job quick, easy and effective. Hard-to-reach places? Tight spaces? This spring, really clean your ceiling fans, dryer vents, refrigerator coils and small items like teakettles, baby bottles and sink drains. We have a brush for every job.
For dusting electronics and collectibles, we recommend natural lamb’s wool and ostrich feather dusters. Both contain thousands of soft fibers that act as a magnet for dust but won’t scratch your valuables.
2. Don’t Forget the Walls
It’s amazing how much grime and dust get trapped on wall surfaces, especially if you have
a wood stove or oil-burning furnace. Our Amish-Made Wall Mop scrubs walls clean with a gentle, super-absorbent microfiber head. With its extendable handle, it reaches up to 8’ high and around furniture easily. Very popular in Amish homes, we love it so much we use it in our homes, too!
3. Solve Those Laundry Dilemmas
Keep laundry day neat and tidy with our unique, space-saving laundry tools. Our brand-new Amish-Made Laundry Lug is easy to carry from the bedroom to the washer, out to the clothesline and back inside again. With its rugged canvas construction and fold-flat design, it’s ideal for apartments, dorms, condos, children’s rooms, cabins, campers and boats.
In the laundry room, maximize space with a versatile Folding Drainboard that hangs on the front or side of any standard utility sink. You just made countless household jobs easier: cleaning dirty shoes, tools, buckets and paint brushes; hand-washing delicates; and folding clothes, to name a few.
4. Save Money By Making Laundry Soap
Have you tried making laundry soap yet? It’s all the rage with thrifty homesteaders because it’s easy, gentle on clothes and sensitive skin, and extremely money-saving, too. We put together a starter set of the simple supplies you’ll need. It makes enough soap to wash up to 800 loads of laundry – for about 7 cents a
Find all these home solutions, and dozens more, at our store in Kidron and Lehmans.com.