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Cleaning Tools at Walgreens

Maintaining a clean home makes every room feel more welcoming and look more inviting. Tackling all the jobs on your cleaning to-do list becomes simpler when you have the right tools on hand. Walgreens can help you stock up on essential cleaning tools with a selection of products made by trusted brands. You can browse online to find out what's available at your local store, arrange for in-store pickup or have all of your essential cleaning supplies shipped to your home.

Dusting and Cleaning Surfaces

Dust and germs accumulate on every surface of your home, and cleaning tools can help you keep all of them clean.

  • Dusters capture fine particulates through static cling, and their soft heads make them ideal for use on delicate surfaces.
  • You can also purchase reusable microfiber and disposable sheets and pads for dusting.
  • When you're faced with a difficult cleaning task, sponges and scrubbers can help you get the job done. Their textures produce friction to lift away tough grime. Some sponges and scrubbers are intended for a specific task, such as washing dishes. Others are multi-purpose and can be used for a variety of chores.
  • Brushes provide similar benefits to sponges and scrubbers but have long handles that allow you to extend your reach for easier cleaning.

Simplifying Floor Care

Floor care is essential to keeping hard flooring like hardwood and laminate clean. When you notice dust and debris, you can whisk it away using a broom and a dustpan. These products are available for purchase separately and in sets. Wet cleaning your floors regularly helps to remove dirt and germs that build up over time. One way to wet clean is to use a traditional mop and a bucket filled with a cleaning product. Wet-dry microfiber mops offer another solution. These mops have disposable microfiber sheets that fit over the head of a mop. Use a dry sheet to capture fine particulates and add water for deeper cleaning. Most microfiber mops come with a starter supply of sheets. You can then purchase refills as needed.

Protecting Yourself While You Clean

The first step on your cleaning to-do list should be slipping on a pair of gloves. Latex and non-latex reusable household gloves help to protect your hands. Gloves create a barrier to limit contact with germs and chemicals. Plus, gloves keep your hands dry and comfortable.

Tools for Every Task on Your List

Some cleaning tasks in your home may require special tools.

  • If your toilet, tub, shower or sink is stopped up, a plunger can help to free the blockage to get water flowing again.
  • Compressed air cans allow you to gently remove dust and debris from computers, keyboards and other electronics that shouldn't come in contact with water. After using a compressed air can, you should clean surfaces around your electronics to remove the dislodged impurities.
  • Stain and adhesive removers can help you address messes that conventional cleaning products can't address on their own.