I don’t know about you, but one of my least favorite chores is doing the dishes. I constantly have an array of pots and pans on my countertop, soaking before I can scrub away the food and grime. But with Dawn’s Power Clean line, I can get it done in five minutes flat!
With Dawn’s line of power products, you can get the amazing power of an overnight soak in just five minutes. These products cut grease and dissolve tough foods on your everyday dishes (even the ones you bake with) without the effort of all that elbow grease. Dawn Power Clean’s micro-scrubbing enzymes power through food messes with ease, from everyday grease to tough lasagna dishes!
There are a variety of other ways to save time in the kitchen. Check out what some of our SocialMoms members have to say*:
- Mommy Blog Expert says to clean as you go. “Clean as you go when baking and cooking, wiping up spills and putting all supplies back in their proper places rather than piling them on the counter and in the sink. Also make sure everything in your kitchen sink is washed and put away before bedtime because we all hate that party’s over feeling when we wake up the next day.”
- Practical Frugality believes in taking time for meal preparation. “Set aside time on Grocery Shopping Day to chop veggies that you’ll need for meals throughout the week and place into freezer safe containers, so you can just pull them out on the day you need them.”
- Kelly’s Lucky You says to keep your kitchen organized! “Do you find yourself running from drawer to drawer or cabinet to cabinet when you are trying to make a meal or to clean up after dinner? Organize things by function. For example, keep all your cleaning supplies in one place. If you’re like me, after dinner you clear the table, load the dishwasher, and hand wash large items. If you store your dishwasher soap in a different place than sponges/cloths, and another for sink dish soap, and yet another for towels? You are wasting time gathering the things you need. Store them all in the same place and preferably near your sink.”
- The Bragging Mommy reminds us to enlist our kids to help. “Enlist help from the kids. You don’t have to do it all yourself. It is really good to teach your kids to help clean up as well. Set daily or chores for your kids to help out in the kitchen. Chore charts are a must to help everyone remember who is in charge of what.”
What tips do you have? Share them in the comments below for a chance to win a $100 Visa gift card and a full size bottle of Dawn Power Clean dish washing liquid. Also, ten random winners will each receive a full size bottle of Dawn Power Clean dish washing liquid! (See official rules.)
*This sponsored article was written by a SocialMoms staff member as part of a SocialMoms and Dawn social media program. Bloggers opted in to use and review the Dawn products. P&G/Dawn is not a sponsor of the random giveaway.