Rejoice! The season of renewal, rebirth, and Magic Erasers is once again here! 

As is tradition during the first days of spring, I've scoured and searched for the newest, niftiest, and most useful household cleaning products/tools with a keen eye for the low-waste/reusable, the handmade/American-made, and the nontoxic/fume-free. I think you'll like what I came up with. 

Feeling frugal? Keep in mind that the below items play nicely with common pantry/DIY cleaning staples such as baking soda, lemon juice, and white vinegar so feel free to mix it up a bit as you divide and conquer. 

Happy cleaning!

Redecker Window Blind Brush @ Crate & Barrel ($21.95)

Dustpan + Brush Set @ West Elm ($24 - $34)

Kitchen Scrubber Trio @ Terrain ($16)

Wildwood All Purpose Cleaner @ HAVEN ($7.50)

Wood for Good Daily Clean @ Method ($5.99)

"My Boyfriend Barfed in My Handbag . . . and Other Things You Can't Ask Martha" by Jolie Kerr @ ($15)

Japanese Floor & Kitchen Cleaning Brush @ Kaufmann Mercantile ($13.95)

Boy's Bathroom Cleaner @ Murchison-Hume ($7)

Wool Dry Mop @ Kaufmann Mercantile ($32)

Bon Ami 1886 Formula Cleaning Powder @ Bon Ami ($10.95 - 6 pack)

Full Circle Renew Compostable Waste Bags @ Williams-Sonoma ($5.95)

Charlie's Oxygen Bleach Powder @ ($12.46 - 2.46 lbs)

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Matt Hickman ( @mattyhick ) writes about design, architecture and the intersection between the natural world and the built environment.

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