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Stock up on cleaning supplies during this one-day Amazon sale

Your home and your butt will thank you.


Christine Burkson


Posted on Aug 26, 2016   Updated on May 26, 2021, 4:12 am CDT

Dorm rooms, apartments, and even homes all have one thing in common: they require routine maintenance.

Fortunately, today’s Gold Box Deals on Amazon will provide savings on a semester’s worth of cleaning supplies. Sure, it’s not as exciting as the Steam summer game sale or Victoria’s Secret semi-annual. But everyone needs these household essentials, so you might as well stock up. (You’ll thank us later when you don’t run out of toilet paper.)

For $15, you can get a 24-count of Quilted Northern toilet paper. That’s 90 rolls of regular toilet paper for 35 percent off. Plus, your butt is covered for months. Go ahead and treat yourself to some of that non-generic stuff.


Next up, save 20 percent on all Mrs.Meyers sustainable cleaning supplies. Normally the all-natural brands cost more, but you can get sweet-smelling lavender and lemon dish soap, candles, and more for as low as $4.99.

Laundry detergent is stupid expensive, but today you can get 68 loads done for $22. In addition to Tide detergent, this laundry bundle includes dryer sheets and fragrance boosters to keep you smelling extra fresh. Save 25 percent on the bundle today.


And don’t forget the kitchen. Trash bags, ziplock bags, Clorox wipes and more are up to 25 percent off. You can get an 80-count box of Hefty trash bags for $10, with the added bonus of never learning the hard way why you always should have trash bags.

Lastly, while you’re on a cleaning haul, Finish dishwashing essentials are up to 55 percent off. Take care of 90 loads of dishes for only $10 today, and avoid passive aggressive stalemates involving mountains of dirty dishes in the sink.

Here’s to a cleaner, happier fall.


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*First Published: Aug 26, 2016, 2:12 pm CDT