Giveaway: Minimize Morning Madness with Scrubbing Bubbles Extend-a-Clean Power Sprayer! (CLOSED)

"Minimize the Morning Madness" gift basket from Scrubbing Bubbles and SC Johnson

I recently received this gift basket from SC Johnson promoting their Scrubbing Bubbles Extend-A-Clean Power Sprayer. My husband, the unofficially appointed Cleaning Guy in our home immediately ran through the bathroom to try it out. He’s been using Scrubbing Bubbles ever since his mother first taught him to clean the bathroom as a kid (clever momma!) so he knew what he was comparing this to. And while he didn’t necessarily find it revolutionary compared to the original Scrubbing Bubbles product, he was just as happy with the product as ever – it’s definitely a brand we know and trust to get the job done.

I think the whole idea of Scrubbing Bubbles Extend-a-Clean is genius. I’m all about anything that can make my cleaning routine (or my husband’s) easier and the Scrubbing Bubbles Extend-a-Clean Power Sprayer is all about making it easier. Here are some quick FAQ’s on their newest bathroom cleaner:

  • Active cleaners work overtime to keep your bathroom cleaner, longer
  • Invisible grime barrier is activated each time bathroom surfaces get wet, working for up to 4 days
  • Power Sprayer provides better coverage for easier cleaning
  • Makes bathroom cleaning simpler, easier and more manageable

I love that it continues to clean up the grime a little more every time the surface gets wet, which is quite frequently in our home with a four year old who is constantly washing his hands after getting dirty doing all the things four year olds do! Now when he’s washing his hands, he’s also reactivating the cleaning cycle in the bathroom sink, too, without having to do a thing!

The gift basket they sent me has also been put to good use – especially the really cute coffee mug which I’ve been using for everything from hot cocoa to ice cream, just because I can. It is so cute and classic and sturdy – the perfect mug.

And that notepad you see in the picture? Totally not just a note pad – it’s called AquaNotes which means you can literally get it wet – like go ahead and put it in your shower and it will dry off and be just like new. They want you to get this sucker wet and make sure you never let another idea go down the drain again! Too cool!


One (1) lucky reader is going to win a gift basket like the one I received (pictured above) including a Scrubbing Bubbles Extend-A-Clean Power Sprayer, Starbucks Via and a mug, a travel alarm clock and more. Here’s how you can enter to win:

  • Tell me: What do you do to minimize the morning madness in your home? 

This giveaway is open to U.S. readers only. It will end on June 4th at 12 pm Central Time.

Although I was not compensated, I did receive the items pictured above free of charge courtesy of SC Johnson for this giveaway and review opportunity.

4 responses to “Giveaway: Minimize Morning Madness with Scrubbing Bubbles Extend-a-Clean Power Sprayer! (CLOSED)”

  1. Amber Avatar

    I sleep through in through the morning! LOL Just kidding! I stay up late the night before to make sure the whole house is put back together so we start with a clean slate in the morning! The cereal bowls and glasses of water are on the table so the kids can feed themselves when they wakeup. Once they are asleep, I go into their room and lay out their clothes for the next day so they can dress themselves when they wakeup too! Not too bad for managing a 4 & 2 year old with a newborn! 🙂


  2. SL Avatar

    Plan ahead and get up early.


  3. Laurie Avatar

    To minimize the madness I get up an hour before my family to organize myself, do some cleaning and prepare lunches. I keep a list so that I don’t miss anything.


  4. Jen @ stuff jen says Avatar

    Minimizing morning madness, huh? As much as possible, we try to figure out lunches the night before. Breakfast is kept simple–toast or cereal, usually. We make sure clothes are clean the night before, too, although the kids usually decide what they’re going to wear at the last second. We also give our kids plenty of time to get ready, and that way we almost never rush to get out the door. If you ask me, it all starts way too early, but it’s as smooth as possible. When the kids get older and start fighting over bathroom time it’ll be a WAY different story. 🙂