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Keeping Family Cleaning Traditions Alive with Fabuloso

I’ve said it before and it is still true today, cleaning the house is not my thing (which is why I am thankful for a husband who does most of the cleaning) BUT, when I do clean, it has to be done a certain way and that stems from seeing how my family cleaned.

My aunt loves to clean and can be a little neurotic about the process and what she uses. That being said (in a loving way of course), I trust the products she uses in her home. Among the products she uses, you’ll find a bottle of Fabuloso Multipurpose Cleaner, for mopping the floors. So that’s what I use in my home too.

When it comes to mopping, I need a few items to make it happen the “right way”. I need a wooden stick in the shape of a T, a cloth (preferably the yellowish orange one my family uses), a bucket of water and Fabuloso. I know, I know, it’s old school BUT it does the job well and I keep family cleaning traditions alive by using Fabuloso. Oh and I like to have the music on nice and loud as I clean (yep, my family does this too).

Not only does it clean the floor really well but it leaves the house smelling great. As far as scents go, I prefer the lavender scent because it’s not overwhelming but it is powerful enough to reassure you that the house is clean. It’s awful when you spend hours cleaning only to feel that it looks the same when you are done (you know what I am talking about).

As much as I love a product and like to keep most of our family traditions going, it has to be reasonably priced or I’m not getting it. That’s why I bought it at Walmart. For a limited time, you can find a Fabuloso Multipurpose Cleaner Twin Pack.

Fabuloso in the shopping cart

Thankfully, finding Fabuloso wasn’t difficult because Walmart had a whole section dedicated to it.

Fabuloso on Walmart Shelf

Once I have what I need (as listed above) I am ready to get the job done…unless I can convince my hubby to do it instead.

Are there any Family Cleaning Traditions you maintain or carry on?