Spring Cleaning Supplies: 5 Best Deals at Target
Brighter, nicer weather is on the horizon, which means it’s time for some spring cleaning. From removing cobwebs from dark corners to washing your windows and dusting overhead lights, it’s time to give your home a thorough scrubbing.
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Once you’ve taken stock of what you need to get your home sparkling clean, take a look at these five great deals on spring cleaning supplies at Target.
O-Cedar EasyWring mop and bucket system
“This product has gone viral on TikTok because it makes the swiping job a lot easier, and Target has both the basic iteration for $34.99 and the RinseClean iteration for $49.99,” consumer analyst Julie Ramhold told DealNews . “The difference between the two is that the more expensive one has separate chambers for clean and dirty water, which should help reduce the number of water changes when mopping. This probably makes the more expensive one better for larger areas, but if you only have a small space to worry about, the base model might be fine.”
Ramhold added: “Although these are regular prices, a RedCard can save you 5% on your purchase, although these items may also go on sale with the prospect of the upcoming spring cleaning. Given that stores like Amazon and Walmart basically charge exactly the same prices for these items, Target wins because the RedCard saves a little.”
up & up disinfectant wipes
Disinfectant wipes are ideal for wiping up spills or messes in the bathroom or kitchen – or for disinfecting toilet seats and doorknobs. You can even use them to wipe your phone.
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“You can get a total of 300 wipes in this bundle for just $10.99, while if you go for Clorox wipes, you end up paying only $12.99 for just 225 wipes,” Ramhold said. “Once you break down the prices – about 4 cents per wipe for Target’s brand versus 6 cents per wipe for branded brand – you get another case and more wipes overall for less than what Clorox costs. If you choose the Clorox pack of four canisters and 300 wipes, you’re paying $16.79, which is significantly more than the same private label item.”
Everspring cleaning wipes
“If you want to eliminate the use of paper towels for cleaning, this multipack of reusable cleaning towels is $12.99 for six towels,” Ramhold said. “You get two of each with different textures so you can tackle different cleaning tasks, and then all you have to do is toss them in the wash and they’re good for your next cleaning frenzy.”
Rubbermaid Power Scrubber
“This is best for those who want a really deep clean for their spring cleaning. These power scrubbers are usually good for cleaning things like grout and other fine details around the house,” Ramhold said.
“This 2-pack at Target costs $21.99, but like everything else on this list, you save 5% if you have a RedCard to check out. And since it’s a 2-pack, you can use one head for the bathroom and one for the kitchen and not have to worry about cross-contamination, even if you clean these brushes super well.”
Clorox toilet wall kit
“Some people like reusable toilet brushes and others find holding them around pretty gross,” Ramhold said. “These Wand Toilet Kits are kind of a hybrid in that the heads are disposable and you can just toss them in the trash after use. One thing about shopping these items at Target is that when you time it right, you can save on what is already an affordable price.”
She continued, “This particular kit costs $12.39 and comes with the handle, caddy and 6 disposable scrub pads, but right now you can save 25% on this item if you’re a Target Circle member.” (it’s their free loyalty program). Get an extra 5% savings with a RedCard and it’s hard to beat.”
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