I love my family. I really do, but you know what? They can be kinda gross.
Since my kids are old enough to read my blog I won't bore you, or embarrass them, with the specifics but let it just suffice to say that my home and my car often seem to be splattered in some sort of body fluid, food, outdoor substance or some other unidentifiable liquid.
I don't even know half the time what I'm wiping away and honestly? I don't want to know. It's just too gross to think about.
So, under every sink in my house and in the driver's cup holder of my car you will always find disinfecting wipes. Yep, I LOVE these things. They work well, they kill germs and basically they are one of my main quick cleaning go-tos that I use to keep my family clean and healthy. I use wipes constantly and I've often wished I had stock in Lysol because I use so many.
So, a few months ago when I was asked to join the Lysol Healthy Families Ambassador Program I decided that, for my family, this was a perfect fit.
As an Ambassador, I'm excited to share with you the link for The Lysol Mission for Health. Lysol understands health matters to us all; especially to mothers. Lysol's Mission for Health is not just about making better products to help moms protect her family, but also about contributing to the health of the communities we live in. That's why Lysol started the new moms program, healthy habits initiatives in schools, the cold & flu prevention program and disaster relief efforts. You can learn more about the programs at Lysol.ca.
I'm happy that Lysol is doing what it can to contribute to the health of my community and I'm ecstatic that I've got their wipes to try and keep the grossness (yes, that's a word) of my family under control.
How about you? Do you have any tips on keeping things clean and less gross at your house that I can use? Other than getting rid of the pets? Or the kids?
Disclosure: I am part of the Lysol Healthy Families Ambassador Program by Mom Central. I received compensation as part of my affiliation with this group. The opinions on this blog are my own.