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Tip #2: Keep A Scrubby Wand Nearby Your Kitchen Sink.

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Hey, Chance here again with ✅ Tip #2 to keep your home clean without breaking a sweat.

Let's get right into it! 🚀

My tip for the day is to get a scrubby/brush wand and holder for your sink.

Doing the dishes can be a laborious task without a brush or scrubber. So not only do we recommend keeping a long-lasting scrubber around, but also a holder for that brush and scrubber!

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Finding the best scrubber can be an annoying task. And buying the first scrubber you see could definitely lower the impact this tip can have on your life. Let me give you an example.

The Right Scrubber

This scrubber 👉 https://amzn.to/2XSJuqy is built to last longer than you standard scrubber like this one: https://amzn.to/3gP6XQT (the one that has the yellow and green sponge)

The yellow and green sponge may be the most common to see, but they are no where near the best. There is a reason that they are selling 6 of the yellow+green scrubbers while all the other scrubbers come with one.

But that doesn't mean the type with bristles like the first one 👉 https://amzn.to/2XSJuqy. My personal suggestion is: https://amzn.to/2XOuKZy because not only does it have a much better handle. But the brushes are designed to last much longer and can easily be replaced.

You don't have to buy a whole new wand when the sponge runs out.

Speaking of scrub brush head replacements did you know that there are wand heads made for your glass stove tops: https://amzn.to/3fKQ9sF?

As a cleaning business owner this has been one of the cooler things I've learned about in 2020. Have you learned something as well ❓

So once you've gotten your brush you should definitely get a holder.

The Perfect Holder

Without a holder you will find yourself with a constant stream of hard-water stains down the side of the sink. By purchasing a small holder you can prevent that hard-water build up and keep your sink shining!

There are quite a few options here and the benefits are all the same! Though, there are two basic types.

First you have 👉 https://amzn.to/3fW8hQI which is the type that will stick to the wall of a sink. A massive benefit of this being that you are going to prevent water from constantly running down the walls of your sink.

Then there are also these https://amzn.to/3iz4vOJ that sit on top of your counter. The one I just linked is much better because it's built as a little "cup" area. That means you don't have to deal with water running onto your countertops and down the walls of your sink.

Finally there is this version of the on-counter holder: https://amzn.to/3gSMMBA but I do not suggest this type. Mostly because in Texas you are going to get a hard-water buildup on the counters that is very hard to fight. On top of that you will also have water constantly running down the sides of your sink; instantly creating a mess you constantly have to clean.


So in the end, my ultimate suggestion is a combo of: 🥇 https://amzn.to/3kCs4rW for the wand and definitely get some of those glass stovetop heads (https://amzn.to/2Fi6tor). Once I've got those chosen I would probably go with something up my alley (design wise) and choose: https://amzn.to/2E0hqdp

If you found any of this useful and you want to pick up one of the things I talked about, Homeer (my home cleaning company) will get a little kickback.

Today is only Tip #2 in our annual round up of newest tips we've learned. If you found todays helpful please share this post with your friends!

Talk to you tomorrow with Tip #3! 🎉

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