This post is sponsored by Clorox Disinfecting Wipes, but all thoughts and opinions are my own.
After the kids get home from school, before they get started on their homework, we love to do a family activity. Some days, it’s making little comic books. Some days, it’s playing freeze dance. Other days, it’s family slime time. Slime is weird because it goes against every instinct I have as a mom. In fact, in years’ past, I joked about our home being a “slime-free” space. My biggest problem with slime? The mess. It is SO. FREAKING. MESSY! Glitter, beads, slime… EVERYWHERE. And then the glitter and beads and sparkly flakes get that slime attached and stick to every surface.
It’s just a mess. And in the past, the thought of a mess would prohibit me from allowing the kids to make fun memories. I was so into avoiding the messes that I robbed them, robbed our family of memories. But not anymore. Now, I’m all about embracing the mess.
Thankfully, I have my trusty sidekick to swoop in and save the day. Clorox Disinfecting Wipes are my go-to for cleaning up messes. They disinfect surfaces – from the dining room table to the kitchen counter and beyond – and leave them sparkling clean.
The new Back-to-School multipacks are perfect for teachers’ wish lists (both Brooklynn and Harlym’s teachers asked for Clorox Disinfecting Wipes)! We grabbed a multipack for each teacher, and one for the house.
Just look at this mess!!
And now look at that shine!
After we clean up our slimy mess with the help of Clorox Disinfecting Wipes, we have this beautiful, clean space to get homework done. These wipes are a must-have for any household that has messes. So basically every home, right?!
Now until September 14, you can also share where your kids work and play outside of the classroom for the chance to win $5K toward your own Ultimate Clean Space Makeover at home! For more, visit http://bit.ly/CleanSpaceMakeover to get exclusive tips and tricks to create a best-in-class clean. You can get a coupon just for participating! During the period, Clorox will also donate to DonorsChoose.org to help fund real projects in classrooms nationwide.