22 May 2013

Decoding Life's Messes with the Clorox Ick-tionary

This is a sponsored post on behalf of SocialMoms and Clorox.

Fellow moms {and dads} I'm sure can relate to me when I say that it can be difficult to clean up some of the odd messes that seem to pop up around the house when you have kids running around, let alone trying to decode the origin of where those messes came from.  Clorox has actually come out with a humorous approach to decoding these messes, as well as a way of helping you figure out which products can best tackle the job of cleaning them up, with their Clorox Ick-tionary.  The Ick-tionary is of course if you haven't already guessed it, a funny spin on the classic dictionary, except this one if for household mystery messes.  Trust me when I say you have to check this out!  As a mom of four young girls I could relate to so many of the funny messes listed, such as "Car-posting", which is the discovery of a moldy piece of food left in the car that is literally starting to compost. Clorox recommends their Disinfecting Wipes to tackle this not so pleasant discovery!  Kids and eating in the car.  Who else can relate?

I had some fun of my own teaming up with SocialMoms and Clorox creating some Ick-tionary terms inspired by my own adventure's in decoding life's many messes.  Here are my two Ick-tionary terms!

Pasteblobs: The sticky blobs of toothpaste stuck to the counter and inside the sink in the bathroom after the kids have brushed their teeth.

Muckfeet: When your pet tracks mud from their paws through your tile floors.

For Pasteblobs, I like to use Clorox Disinfecting Wipes to get the blobs unstuck and my bathroom surfaces clean, as well as to make sure that all germs are completely gone.  When it comes to Muckfeet, a mixture of Clorox Bleach and water for cleanup and to kill germs works best in my opinion.  Which Clorox products do you trust to get the messiest jobs tackled around your household?  What terms would you submit to the Clorox Ick-tionary?  Comment below and share!  

Be sure to head on over to check out all of the hilarious Clorox Ick-tionary terms here, as well as find out about the many products in the Clorox line that can help keep your home clean and your family safe from germs.  You can also connect with Clorox on Facebook below and be sure to stay updated by following Clorox on Twitter here!

Disclosure: This blog post is part of a paid SocialMoms and Clorox blogging program. The opinions and ideas expressed here are my own. To read more posts on this topic, click here

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