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The 5 Minute Challenge #DawnPowerClean #ad

I love to cook and bake, it’s probably my most favorite thing to do at home.  The one thing that keeps me from making huge meals each night is the clean up process. Up until our move to the ranch 4 years ago, we stuck it all in the dish washer and forgot about our dishes.   Living out in the country we live with well water.  Our private well is filled with calcium deposits that even a water softener can’t completely break down.  If I let the dishwasher do the work I would get stuck with spots and a cruddy dishwasher.  Ultimately I get the lucky chore of hand washing all of our dishes.  Yay me…{sarcasm, yes}.

I can only dream of stacking it all in the dishwasher.  I am so excited to get my hands on the new Dawn Power Clean and Dawn merchandise courtesy of SocialMoms in exchange for my honest opinion.  I took the 5 minute challenge because I have a plan to turn things around in the dish washing department.

A sink full of dirty dishes, I turned to a sink of water and a few drops of Dawn Power Clean.  I set the 5 minute timer and let dawn work its sudsy magic.  After the 5 minutes were up, I took to my sponge to wipe off and rinse my dishes.  That’s all it took to get the gunk off of my pans and a grimy casserole dish. The fresh rain scent lingering in my kitchen, I was more than pleased with the outcome.  Not only is this a time saver, but I can get more done while my Dawn Power Clean works a little magic. The 5 minute soak gives me time to wipe down my counter tops and stove, pack up the leftovers and give the kitchen a quick once over.  No more slaving away with a scrubber, sponge and endless amounts of liquid soap to get my dishes clean.


“I wrote this blog post while participating in the SocialMoms and Dawn blogging program. The opinions and ideas expressed here are my own. 

Michelle Cantu is a digital influencer who built a thriving community dedicated to supporting parents and inspiring moms to stretch their dollar. Michelle homeschools her 4 kids and lives right outside of San Antonio, Texas.

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