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Top 10 Cleaning Products You Need for Your Best Spring Cleaning Yet

From new technology to products you didn't even know existed, these must-haves can tackle will make spring cleaning a little easier and leave your house sparkling.

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Dyson V11 Torque Drive Vacuum

Dyson leads the pack in the vacuum cleaner industry, and after one run with the V11 Torque Drive cordless stick vacuum, you’ll know why. This vacuum is engineered for large homes with pets, offering suction power that automatically adjusts based on floor type, from carpet to hardwood and everything in between. The battery gives you up to 60 minutes of run time with one charge, and the LCD screen tells you exactly how much battery life is left down to the second. Your floors and area rugs are about to be cleaner than they’ve ever been before. By the way, be sure you never vacuum these 13 things!

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Winbot X

There are all kinds of robot cleaners available now, and for those of us who dislike doing windows, the Winbot is here to help. The free-moving window cleaner cleans your glass using a four-stage process that squeegees and wipes in every direction. It easily identifies your window’s size and shape to create the proper path for optimal cleaning. Choose the automatic cleaning pattern or the deep cleaning mode, which goes back over the same areas more than once.

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Branch Basics Concentrate

There are a lot of chemical-based cleaning products out there, but if you’re looking for something eco-friendly to replace those, check out Branch Basic. The brand uses a plant-based, non-toxic and clinically tested concentrate that can be diluted for various uses in one of their easy-to-refill bottles (laundry, foam hand wash, glass cleaner, all-purpose cleaner and bathroom cleaner). The best part? One bottle of the concentrate can be used to make 20+ formulas for upwards of $100 in savings. Talk about a spring cleaning steal! The Starter Kit + Oxygen Boost package will get you off to a great start.

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Microfiber Duster

An allergen-free home should be one of your goals when spring cleaning, especially if you have asthma sufferers in the house. Reach for the stars (or at least for the top shelf of your closet) with this nifty microfiber duster. It features the latest split fiber technology to quickly grab dirt and the head is bendable up to 90 degrees.

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Electric Spin Scrubber

Tacking that stubborn grout grime is sure to be on your spring cleaning list. Fortunately, the Homitt Electric Spin Scrubber makes it a lot easier to tackle grout and many other deep-cleaning chores without sacrificing a job well done. The unique cordless design allows you to take on projects like tubs, tile, toilets and sinks, with ease. And, this scrubber can run continuously up to 1.5 hours after only 3.5 hours of charging. It comes with a 21-inch extendable handle, so you can get into hard to reach corners without bending or climbing.

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Bamboo Fiber Cleaning Cloths

This 12-pack of cleaning cloths uses bamboo fiber to replace messy feather dusters, disposable dusting sheets and plastic-derived microfiber towels. From cleaning mirrors to cleaning out cabinets, drying, wiping and drying dishes, these 12 -inch x 12-inch bamboo cloths will pick up all the water, dust, hair and more without leaving behind lint or streaks.

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McCulloch Canister Steam Cleaner

Steam cleaners use water and heat to clean and disinfect the surfaces in your home. Best of all, they don’t require any harsh chemicals, making it a safe way to deep clean just about anything. The McCulloch MC1375 is a heavy duty model with a 48-ounce water tank that gives you up to 90 minutes of steam. It also comes with 20 accessories that allow you clean everything. A steam cleaner is not the same as a carpet cleaner, but it does work well to get stains out of rugs.

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O-Cedar EasyWring Microfiber Spin Mop, Bucket Floor Cleaning System

Wringing out your mop is a snap with the O-Cedar cleaning system; just put it in the spinner and push the pedal. It saves you an otherwise tedious step and make cleaning floors noticeably easier. Your back will thank you! The microfiber mop head works on any hard surface flood, from wood to tile, and it can be used wet or dry to clean up dirt and grime. The triangle-shaped head rotates 360 degrees to get under furniture and into tight corners.

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Molekule Air Purifier

When it comes to spring cleaning, you’ll need more than all-purpose cleaning sprays and a vacuum cleaner. To get the air in your home really clean, consider this new high-tech air purifier that will help get rid of the dust and bacteria that may have built up during the winter. Molekule uses a new process called PECO that rids the air of pollutants at the molecular level. This means allergens, mold, bacteria, viruses and chemicals aren’t just trapped in a filter, but totally removed from your household air. It can trap VOCs and viruses that are 1000x smaller than anything a HEPA filter can trap. How cool is that?!

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Window Blind Cleaner/Duster Brush

Spring cleaning means tackling projects you leave behind on a regular basis. One of those is the daunting task of cleaning your blinds! This blinds duster, made of high-quality polyethylene, is sturdy and is sure to cut down on your dusting time. The cleaner includes five microfiber cloths that pick up dust swiftly and easily. The design can clean tops and bottoms of two blinds at the same time. Here’s how to deep-clean mini blinds.

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Alexa Erickson
Alexa is an experienced lifestyle and news writer, currently working with Reader's Digest, Shape Magazine and various other publications. She loves writing about her travels, health, wellness, home decor, food and drink, fashion, beauty and scientific news. Follow her traveling adventures on Instagram: @living_by_lex, send her a message: [email protected] and check out her website: livingbylex.com

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