Giveaway! Sweaty Stain Tips, Coffee Stains & Making Life Easier with Molly Maid! #MollyMaidTips

Minnesota mom blogger

Being a stay-at-home mom and a work-at-home woman leaves little time for the housekeeping duties that need to get done. Even on days where I don’t work as much as I should, I still get overwhelmed by the sheer amount of housework it takes to maintain our modest little home.

I’m sure part of the reason I’m overwhelmed is because housekeeping doesn’t come naturally to me. Being a mom with ADHD doesn’t help, either. I do my best to keep our home in order, but I can always use help with the extra tasks that aren’t included in the day-to-day maintenance.

Molly Maid, a business offering cleaning services to anyone who needs them, is focused on making life a little easier by providing the Molly Institute. It’s an ever-growing set of videos that provide instructions for how to do those tough cleaning jobs like how to clean your shower curtain and getting specific stains out of white clothing.

I was happy to see that three challenges that I face were addressed in the Molly Maid Institute videos:

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Want to know how to get those stubborn coffee stains out of your coffee cups? Take a look at this video:

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Can’t get those stains out of your kiddos’ (or your husband’s) baseball caps? Here’s a video that will show you how to clean baseball caps:

Want to get sweat stains out of white shirts? This video will have the answers you’re looking for!

Want to win a “Take Care of You” gift pack from Molly Maid?

1 winner will receive a gift pack that includes a nail file, foot pumice scrub, microfiber cleaner and other goodies with a total value of $50!

Here’s how to enter: 

Giveaway Rules
Win a “Take Care of You” gift pack from Molly Maid ($50 value)!

This sweepstakes will end June 14 at 11:59PM PT, so enter now! A winner will be selected randomly from the comments on June 15 and contacted via email, at which time the winner will have 48 hours to respond with shipping information before a new winner is selected.

Enter up to five times by doing each of the following:

  • One Entry – Tweet about the Molly Maid sweepstakes (you can even use one of the handy-dandy Tweets below, if you like) and leave a comment here with either the Tweet or the URL to the Tweet. Please be sure to tag your Tweet with #MollyMaidTips.
  • One Entry – Tweet out the URL to one of the Molly Cleaning Institute videos and leave a comment here with either the Tweet or the URL to the Tweet. Please be sure to tag your Tweet with #MollyMaidTips.
  • One Entry – Post about this sweepstakes on Facebook, and leave a comment here saying what you posted. Please tag the post with the #MollyMaidTips hashtag.
  • One Entry – Write a blog post including at least one of the videos, and  — you guessed it — leave a comment here with the URL to the blog post.
  • One Entry – Just leave a comment on this blog post telling us about your favorite cleaning tips. They could potentially be included in a future video!

Sample Tweet: I just entered to win a gift pack from Molly Maid! You can too!  #MollyMaidTips
Sample Tweet: I just learned a new cleaning trick, courtesy of Molly Maid. Check it out for yourself! #MollyMaidTips

Thank you Molly Maid for sponsoring this post. Take care of yourself and your home with great tips from Molly Maid and the Cleaning Tips Institute! #MollyMaidTips

Sponsored posts are purely editorial content that we are pleased to have presented by a participating sponsor. Advertisers do not produce the content. I was compensated for this post as a member of Clever Girls Collective, but the content is all my own.

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  1. My favorite cleaning tip is to use wadded newspapers instead of paper towels to clean glass!

  2. I like to use coffee filters to clean my windows.

  3. Tabathia B says:

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  6. Julie Schultz says:

    A little cleaning here and there really adds up! Like wiping down the bathroom while the kids are in the tub!

  7. Michelle S says:

    I find that paper towels (with disinfectant) do a better job of cleaning surfaces than sponges.

  8. Jennifer Marie says:

    My favorite cleaning tip is to put a cup of water in the microwave and heat it up for a few seconds. This helps take off a lot of that hard stuck food and makes it easier to clean off!

  9. I like to put 2 tablespoons of lemon juice in my dishwashing water! My dishes seem to sparkle (and) smell better with this cleaning antidote!

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  11. Laurie Emerson says:

    I use lemon juice to help freshen up all of my sponges.

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  13. Christie says:

    Used dryer sheets are excellent pots and pans scrubbers! They get the burnt, baked on bits on casserole edges. Not sure how, but it works.

  14. Sarah L says:

    music helps all kinds of cleaning

    Thanks for the contest.

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  19. Miz Vickik says:

    My tip is the rotations system — clean one room a day and you never get overwhlemed!

  20. paige jagan says:

    my favorite cleaning tip is to use magic erasers in the bathtub, saves me tons of time!

  21. My favorite cleaning tip is to make it into a game with kids. It gets done so much faster!

  22. cleaning tip: the sooner the cleaning happens, the easier the job. This also translates into smaller cleaning issues versus for example waiting until there are several spills on the carpet which were put off until you could justify making it a project.
    I keep tubs of the wet disinfecting wipes. They are super for wiping up and wiping down immediately. They are ready for immediate use and do not require finding the cleanser, rinsing or then coping with cleaning your cleanup sponge/cloth. I have containers in the kitchen, bathroom and downstairs in laundry room which is near family room.

  23. nannypanpan says:
  24. I try and keep up with daily cleaning so the weekend cleaning is minimal. I I keep a bottle of water/vinegar next to the sink for frequent wipedowns

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