I love clean spaces and organization…although I will also admit that my schedule doesn’t always allow me to be the best at either. Boo! That’s why I love anything that makes life a bit easier. Take a peek at these helpful – and creative – ways to organize with a cleaning caddy. Hint: they don’t involve cleaning!
This post is in partnership with Grove Collaborative, although I love and adore their products. All opinions are my own!
I’m going to be upfront and tell you this AMAZING offer first. When you place an order of $20 or more with Grove Collaborative, you get their functional caddy filled with Mrs. Meyer’s products – dish soap, hand soap, and lotion for free. Plus free shipping! See HERE for the offer. Ok, on to the caddy that goes beyond holding your cleaning supplies.
Here are 6 creative and functional ways to use your Grove cleaning caddy!
1. Garden Tool Organizer
Have a green thumb? I’m envious!! No matter your thumb color, everyone can use the cleaning caddy to keep their tools handy and totable. Fill it with patterned gloves, shears, a trowel, a hand rake, and a kneeling board to look cute as you head out into the garden. Oh, and your free Mrs. Meyer’s goodies are great post-gardening for a bit of clean up.
2. Mini Garden
Whether you utilize the caddy for herbs or succulents, this handled beauty goes well beyond conventional. Just add in some drainage – pebbles or gravel – on the bottom. Top with potting soil and plant your mini garden. An added bonus is that you can use the handle to carry the garden straight to the sink for watering. Fabulous!
3. Hair Tool Holder
We live in a historic home, which means we lack storage. So, a lot of our things are out for all to see! The cleaning caddy is perfect for creating a stylish station for all of your goodies – hairdryer, flat iron, curling iron, brush and even your styling products. And it’s easy enough to carry from one bathroom to another.
4. Produce Carrier
Have a garden or head to the farmers market often? Place fruits and veggies into the caddy! The handle definitely makes for easy holding, and you can take it straight to the sink when you get back to your kitchen for thorough washing. It would even work for harvesting fresh flowers. Just put a little water in the bottom of the caddy to keep clipped blooms hydrated until you can get them into vases.
5. Pet Toy Bin
Whether you have cats or dogs, the caddy makes a great place to store stray toys. For kitties, carry the tote from room to room, and for dogs, you can head straight out of the house for playtime. And if placed on the floor, toys are within easy reach for your pet.
6. Makeshift Ice Chest
Having guests or just want to carry drinks on the go? The cleaning caddy can hold drinks! Pop in your favorite bottles or cans, and fill the caddy with ice. It’s easy to carry while looking fab on the go. You may want to pop in some bug spray while you’re at it.
Want to get your own cleaning caddy?
Don’t forget to grab your free cleaning caddy and Mrs. Meyers set while supplies last. Here’s how:
- Sign up for Grove Collaborative here. You will receive the filled cleaning caddy for free when you sign up!
- To get this offer, you need to spend a minimum of $20. Choose a combination of products and scents that you love and receive your very first box within a few days.
- You made it! Click finish & pay and place your order.
Tip to save: Once you have submitted your order, with Grove you will be signed up for the free 60 day VIP trial. For 60 days, save even more with free shipping, free gifts, price matching, exclusive sales and personal service.
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