10/9/15

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For months now we have been saying the same thing over and over "Our kitchen needs a makeover" - it needs some paint but the ceiling needed repairs, the floor needs to be shined and the cupboards brightened up. 

With Thanksgiving less than one week away and repairs still needing to be finished, we don't have time to bring out the big tools and start renovating our kitchen from top to bottom like we would like to do. The best we can do right now is give our kitchen a do-over instead of a full on makeover! 



Mr. Clean helps us achieve a standard of clean that could means we can give our house a temporary do-over because his products are tougher on dirt all around the house. With loads of surprising uses, from restoring luster to floors, reviving tired-looking appliances or restoring the walls without having to repaint. Mr clean Magic Eraser and Concentrated Cleaner are the #15minReno tools we can’t *and don't want to* live without!

Getting our home visitor-ready is a breeze with Mr. Clean Liquid Muscle and Mr. Clean Magic Eraser. They are my go-to helpers when it comes to cleaning up the tougher messes. 

In the kitchen, Mr. Clean Magic Eraser helps get rid of marks and scuffs from almost any surface like the walls, door frames or cabinet doors. It can also be used on the kitchen countertops, sink, stove top, fridge door and interior to get everything cleaned up nicely!

The living area can become a big mess quite easily when you have kids and pets. Quickly get rid of unwanted "art" that your toddler created on the walls, marks on the end tables and make the room shine with Mr. Clean Magic Eraser. Even sticky lip gloss is no match for its strength.

 

The bathroom is a room you are guaranteed your guests will visit. Clean cloudy residue off the shower doors, get rid of the soap rim in the tub and make the sink and toilet shine using Mr. Clean Magic Eraser.

Liven up your floors with a little shine from Mr Clean Liquid Muscle and your house is ready for your dinner guests in no time. 

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95 comments:

  1. My best #15MinReno is to keep cleaning wipes on hand, they are amazing for quick wipes downs in any room

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  2. I turn old clothes into rags and have some in each closet or room, that way any spill, dirt or dust gets cleaned right away and I don't have stains to clean after.

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  3. My best #15MinReno tip is when you are having company, make sure to check the bathroom just before they arrive to give it a quick wipe and to make sure the toilet paper holder is full! (Judy Cowan)

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  4. Clean a little bit every day (like spend a few minutes on it), that way clean up doesn’t pile up when it comes to cleaning day

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  5. I save my old towels to use for cleaning and I alway have a stock of Mr. Clean on hand. That is two things I need for a #15MinReno. The Mr. Clean leaves the house smelling fresh.
    Florence C

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  6. I do a quick tidying up of the living room ,wiping down coffee tables and putting any random items that are there. #15MinReno

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  7. I usually keep things clean so when I have to do a quick #15MinReno I clean the litter box, wipe down the bathroom counter!

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  8. #15MinReno I use cleaning wipes on everything and every where!

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  9. My 15min tip is to clean the shower while taking a shower. I find it's a more thorough clean.

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  10. Make sure you have cleaning wipes on hand. They're perfect for quick touch ups in the kitchen.

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  11. Wash your doorknobs to prevent the spread of germs

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  12. quick wipe on walls/doors and door handles they seem to get dirty pretty fast

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  13. #15minreno tip is to hide all the dishes in the oven. JOKES! I make sure I do at least 15 mins every day to keep up on things. That way it's never a HUGE chore.

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  14. My best tip is 15mins before guests arrive, fill a wash pan with hot water, add some mr Clean and wipe down the walls and counters. Leaves the house smelling so clean and fresh.

    Lori Jackson is my rafflecopter name

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  15. My best tip is to multitask. I get the dishwasher started, laundry started, I put a cup of hot water in the microwave for 5 minutes while I am wiping up counters and the table so the steam softens food for easy clean up.

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  16. I like to quickly vacuum the floor to get any loose dog hair and then I quickly tidy up.

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  17. i use the magic eraser to remove crayon and pencil marks the kids have made.

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  18. My best tip is to mop the floors with Mr. Clean cleaner. Shiny floors and the classic Mr. Clean scent really makes the house feel clean.

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  19. My best tip is to declutter surfaces and give a good wipe down. I also like to make sure the powder room is clean.

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  20. A quick dusting and clean the bathrrom

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  21. I do a quick dusting of the living room, sweep the floors and spray room freshener

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  22. My 15-minute reno tip is to keep a container of disinfecting wipes handy. You can use them to get out most messes.

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  23. use vinegar and water to clean mirrors and windows. it's quick and leaves them streak free and spotless.

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  24. We keep pampers diapers wipes handy for quick wipe ups (andrea amy)

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  25. As a quick clean for our 15 min reno I find that a quick vacuuming and a wipe down of the kitchen and bathroom works wonders.

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  26. My best #15MinReno tip is probably to try and tidy up as you go along making the mess. I know this is easier said than done but if you are cooking and have some in between time, do some of the dishes up. It makes for a lot less work afterwards!

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  27. I do a quick wash down of the bathroom and then put all dishes in the dishwasher :)

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  28. My best 15 min reno is if you have hardwood floors, mop them! It makes them sparkle and gives the whole house a boost. Smells fresh too!

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  29. pick upagazine toys books quic airfreshner spray quick dust

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  30. My best tip would be to clean up the bathroom counters and the toilet! A shiny toilet and bath tub can make all the difference when you first walk in.

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  31. My best #15MinReno tip before guests arrive have a caddy filled with cleaners,rags/papertowels and air freshner and go room to room and do refresh cleanups,especiallyin the kitchen and bathroom.

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  32. I wash the floors, clean the bathroom and de-clutter along the way.

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  33. My best #15MinReno tip is clean the walls by the entrance, will make it look freshly painted. Magic Eraser is great for that!

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  34. I like to do small cleaning every day, then once a week it only takes about 15 minutes to complete a job.

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  35. My tip is to always leave a room with something that belongs somewhere else to put it away.

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  36. My best #15MinReno tip is to spend that 15 minutes a day quickly cleaning one room

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  37. I often air out the house and use a good air freshener in the main rooms that guests will be using prior to having guests come over. Victoria Ess

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  38. Have the kids pick up all their *stuff* and empty the wastebaskets, then plug in the scentsy.

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  39. i try and tackle the bathroom and kitchen last as their the ones that get the messiest

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  40. my #15MinReno is putting away all my daughters toys, doing a quick wipe down of the kitchen, load the dishwasher, and wipe down the bathroom

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  41. Wipe the kitchen cupboards and start a load of laundry.

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  42. For a quick clean I febreeze the carpets, swiffer the ceilings and handy wipe the bathroom and kitchen counters.

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  43. i am not much of a cleaner - what could I do in 15 minutes? I think I would sweep the floors, vacuum the stairs, and clean the toilet!

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  44. My best #15MinReno is to clear off the fridge etc. of my daughter's art, and give the appliances a good clean with a magic eraser. Makes the kitchen looks super tidy and clean!

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  45. Work your way up to down - so wipe the floors last!

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  46. My tip is to quickly clean the bathroom. Our bathrooms get so dirty they could use a cleaning every day! I feel better about guests popping by if the bathrooms are in presentable shape!

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  47. My best #15MinReno tip in the kitchen is to polish up the stainless steel appliances right before guests arrive. Since we have little kids/toddlers in our home, they get marked up quite easily with fingerprints etc. I never really realize how much so until I start to look around for things to clean when guests are coming over. It is amazing how much better the kitchen looks with a quick polish of the fridge, stove and dishwasher - makes the appliances look fresh and new again!

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  48. I do a quick 15 min clean first thing in the morning before I sit for Breakfast. Amazing what you can get done in 15min. Strip the beds put a wash on and even wash the kitchen floor!! :)

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  49. We use baby wipes to do a quick sweep on bathroom counters and taps - makes it look so much cleaner!

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  50. Cleaning the bathroom of course! Also for a mad-dash 15min clean, if you don't have time to wash all the dirty dishes before company arrives (I don't have a dishwasher), then I store them in the oven so the kitchen sink is clean & empty.

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  51. Cleaning the bathroom and do a quick sweep of the floors is what I do in 15 minutes.

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  52. I always clean the shower while im showering lol

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  53. I always tackle the kitchen first. It is amazing how fast it gets dirty again though!

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  54. My 15 minute tip is to clean the bathroom first because it is usually the easiest (but the one I personally always try to avoid) and you will have a sense of accomplishment to soldier on! (Suzi)

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  55. Mine is I can get the floor vacuumed and swept, the bathroom scrubbed down and the furniture sprayed all in 15min.

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  56. Clean all the floors and tidy up anything on the tables or counter.

    billiondollarprincesss @hotmail.com

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  57. My best #15MinReno is to use old torn socks as dust cloths and they can be washed and re-used again!

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  58. My #15MinReno is to use qtips to get into the grooves around windows when cleaning! Quick and simple :)

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  59. My best #15MinReno tip is to clear and clean counters, tables and floors. With surfaces being clear and clean it looks so much better and can be done quick!

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  60. My quick tip would be to pass the swiffer around the house to keep dust away and keep allergens down.

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  61. I like to do a quick vaccum and kitchen wipedown. (Winnie b)

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  62. My tip is to have cleaning supplies in a basket and do a quick clean of the main rooms before guests come. With all the supplies you can do a quick clean in no time and the place will look great!

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  63. Always prioritize the bathroom. As long as your bathroom is spotless, I've always felt like a bit of clutter elsewhere isn't a big deal

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  64. My best #15MinReno is dust the living room and kitchen, sweeps and wash the kitchen and living room floor. Shine the bathroom and kitchen.

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  65. My 15 min reno tip would be just make sure the bathroom is clean, and i make sure to have wipes always available for dirty fingers not leaving marks on the wall

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  66. My #15MinReno is one room at a time on a different day. I can pick up, dust, windex, clean wipe, change beds, etc all in 15 minutes

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  67. I usually use cleaning wipes to get those faucets shinny, clean bathroom mirrors, clean front entrance & make sure kitchen is clean

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  68. declutter surfaces and wipe them down

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  69. My best tip is, use a swiffer wetjet on the floors and do a quick clean up with wipes on counter and bathroom.

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  70. My best #15MinReno is to focus on the rooms that guests will be spending most of their time in i.e., the kitchen, living and dining rooms, and bathrooms. A quick wipe and freshening the air does wonders! Victoria Ess

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  71. I vacuum the whole house and wipe down the bathroom.

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  72. My #15MinReno tip is to wipe down the counters and sweep the floor

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  73. I use a Mr Clean Magic Eraser to wipe away any scuff marks on walls, and remove soap scum from tubs and sinks so they shine. #15MinReno

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  74. I like doing a quick vacuuming and sweeping.

    Sara rai

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  75. When company are going I like to do a quick wipe down of the bathroom and kitchen.

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  76. I spend 15 minutes a day focusing on one room of my house. By the weekend, there isn't much left to clean!

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  77. My tip is use the vacuum for everything you can, the floors, to clean crumbs off the table and cobwebs on the ceiling.

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  78. my best tip is always doing a tidy up, makes it less of a mess to have to clean up and really do major cleaning

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  79. I like to give all the surfaces in my bathroom and kitchen a quick wipe before company comes. It makes a big difference and I can always do a more thorough cleaning at another time.

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  80. Dust, wipe down/clear clutter from surfaces, sweep/mop.

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  81. I usually take that time to dust and clean my glass coffee table and mini blinds,which seem to be constantly dusty.

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  82. Give the whole family a job to do! Even the kids can and may even want to help out.

    P.S. I LOVE Mr. Clean. So much so that I blogged about it. Lifesaver!

    Besos Sarah.

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  83. I clean any finger prints off he wall with baby wipes!

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  84. Adjust your closets for each season. My hubby put shelving in for our shoes/boots and when Winter comes, he has to move the shelves around so we can fit the boots in.

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  85. My tip would be to keep your cleaning supplies in basket or bucket (all in one spot) and routinely just go through and do a quick clean (wipe down) often. Don't let it build up.

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  86. I have lots of disinfecting wipes available. So easy and quick to use and I know everything is clean!

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  87. when deciding where to start take a quick survey of a room and see what sticks out to you. The windows? picture frames? light switches? whatever it is - start there!

    - amber y

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  88. My best tip is when you find out you have guests coming at the last minute quickly spray the bathroom with Mr. Clean bathroom cleaner, grab a Mr. Clean eraser and wipe down fingerprints on walls and around switches and then go back and wipe down the bathroom since the spray has done much of the work for you as it soaks. Touch up the floors as necessary and you are ready for your guests.

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  89. My best #15MinReno tip is I use the wipes to clean everything I can in the bathroom when I have unexpected guests.

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  90. One of my favourite ways to use a magic eraser is in the entry way at our house. The wall of our entry ways gets so many black scuff marks from shoes, dirt, and fingerprints. I use a magic eraser followed by a clean wet rag to wipe and rinse and in a few minutes my entry way looks almost new again. Every once in awhile I borrow one of my daughters paint brushes and dab a few dots of touch up paint into the chips and it usually only takes a few minutes too. After 10 years and I still haven't had to repaint the entryway!

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  91. I always head to the bathroom first and do a thorough lysol wipe down and clean up any dirty dishes in the kitchen. I use a micro fiber rag and do a quick wipe down of obvious dusty services...lol and then light some candles...

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  92. put everything away on the kitchen counter. If the kitchen looks decluttered, everything else looks good.

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  93. keep a laundry basket ready, its great to pick up items and carry several as you put them away. Wipe down counters in Bathroom and kitchen the smell of Mr Clean will be great

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  94. My tip : wipes. Wipes are great cleaner for so many surfaces.

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  95. I keep a basket on the stairs to make it easier to bring those random odds and ends up and down instead of dumping things on the dining room table.

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