10 cleaning supplies that are eligible for free delivery with Walmart+

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Shark Vertex DuoClean PowerFins Lightweight Cordless Stick Vacuum

  • Walmart+ offers free next-day and two-day shipping to its subscribers.
  • It’s time for spring cleaning! To help you tackle this daunting project we’ve gathered together a list of some of the best cleaning supplies available on Walmart+.
  • All of the below cleaning supplies are eligible for free shipping with Walmart+, no minimum required.

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Allergy season is here, so it’s time to buckle down and clean up! If you need some help getting started Walmart has plenty of useful, and affordable cleaning supplies that can help make the job a little easier. We’ve gathered a list of some of our best cleaning supplies, from robot vacuums to hand soap, that we think can help you along.

On top of that, Walmart+ subscribers can receive free next-day shipping on hundreds of potential household supplies – instead of lugging a new vacuum across the parking lot or down the street, get it delivered right to your door the next day. Below, we’ve listed some must-have cleaning supplies that can help make spring cleaning a little easier.

Here are 10 cleaning supplies eligible for free shipping with Walmart+

A lightweight cordless vacuum

Shark Vertex DuoClean PowerFins Lightweight Cordless Stick Vacuum

Shark Vertex DuoClean PowerFins Lightweight Cordless Stick Vacuum, $329

Thanks to its versatility, strong suction, and innovative shape the Shark Vertex DuoClean is our highest ranked vacuum that we tested in 2021. We found its overall performance to be the strongest – the Shark Vertex was able to pick up every bit of flour, cat litter, ground coffee, and dog hair from hardwood and tile with ease. Plus, it features a unique flexible ‘elbow’ that allows for the entire bottom half of the vac umm to get under beds, couches, chairs, and all those other tricky spots you normally can’t reach.

A magic eraser

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Mr. Clean Magic Eraser Extra Durable Cleaning Pads with Durafoam, $11.99

The magic eraser built itself a following due to its ease of use, affordability, and how surprisingly versatile it is. Mr. Clean’s Magic Eraser is essentially melamine foam — which has cleaning and abrasive properties that don’t require harsh chemicals to clean surfaces, but despite that, manages to remove a wide array of stubborn stains without damaging the surface you’re cleaning. We’re such big fans that we’ve even covered the Magic Eraser in more depth.

A natural hand soap

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Mrs. Meyer’s Clean Day Liquid Hand Soap Bottle, $3.88

Clean off with Mrs. Meyer’s Clean Day Hand Soap, a 98% natural liquid soap. It comes in a variety of elegant, refreshing scents and will leave your clean-smelling skin hydrated and nourished. Mrs. Meyer’s liquid hand soaps lather up quickly, and the scents left behind are mild but pleasant, making it our top choice for the best overall hand soap of 2021

A disposable toilet cleaning system

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Clorox ToiletWand Disposable Toilet Cleaning System, $7.93

The last thing anyone wants to do is clean a toilet, but the Clorox ToiletWand can make this unsavory task just a little easier. The wand comes with disposable sponges that are preloaded with Clorox cleaner, eliminating the need to buy a separate toilet bowl cleaner. The cleaning pad itself gets into areas that a conventional toilet brush can’t, and once you’re done cleaning it comes off with one click so you never need to touch anything beyond the stick itself. The convenience and smart design placed the Clorox ToiletWand on our guide for the best cleaning products.

A bleach-free disinfecting wipe

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Clorox Disinfecting Bleach Free Cleaning Wipes, $2.68

There is nothing more convenient for cleaning surfaces than Clorox disinfectant wipes: they’re thicker and more durable than a paper towel, and they kill 99.9% of viruses and bacteria. Ranked as one of our best disinfectant cleaners, they’re easy to grab on the go, affordable and safe on any nonporous surface making them a must-have for the home, car, or office. 

A mop and bucket cleaning system

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O-Cedar EasyWring Spin Mop & Bucket System, $29.98

Microfiber mops like the O-Ceder are equally effective on hardwood floors and tiles and can be used when you need to dust or wet clean. We consider this well-designed system to be one of the best cleaning products for any room. It allows for hands-free wringing with an in-bucket spinner that spins your mop while keeping any excess liquid contained. Even the mop-head’s unique triangle shape and 360-degree rotation is designed to get into nooks more traditional mops might not be able to. 

A robot vacuum

Roborock S6 Pure Robot Vacuum and Mop

Roborock S6 Pure Robot Vacuum and Mop, $409.99

Although it’ll never replace traditional vacuuming, a robot vacuum can pick up a lot of the slack, making the time you spend vacuuming the old-fashioned way more infrequent. After testing more than 20 robot vacuums, we concluded that the Roborock S6 was the cream of the crop. It sports the best suction we’ve seen, cleaning coffee grounds, cat litter, flour, and cat hair off of both hard wood and carpet. On top of that, it’s compatible with Alexa and includes a mopping function — if you want to read more about the Roborock S6 we’ve got you covered

A mold and mildew remover

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Clorox Plus Tilex Mold and Mildew Remover, $3.83

When it’s time for the heavy-duty bathroom clean-up, Clorox Plus Tilex Mold and Mildew Remover is up to the challenge. Our top choice for best mold and mildew remover, this bleach-based cleaner has surfactants to cut through soap scum, a refillable spray bottle, and kills 99.9% of common bacteria like staph and strep.

A handheld cordless vacuum

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Gift the ionvac Lightweight Cordless Vacuum Cleaner with USB Charging, $19.86

Make chores a little easier for yourself with this lightweight handheld vacuum to get in those small, inconvenient locations. This vacuum comes with two extensions for the different types of surfaces that may need cleaning, and a rechargeable battery that allows you to charge it from any USB power source (USB cord included).

A mop and bucket set

Libman Spin Mop and Bucket

Libman Spin Mop & Bucket, $29.98

This all-in-one mopping system was ranked as our best overall mop for 2021, due to its ease of assembly, versatility, and the mop heads being not only replicable but machine washable. The Libman combines a deep-cleaning microfiber mop and a mop bucket with a stainless-steel spin chamber to give you everything you need for mopping. This microfiber mop head works as both a dry-duster and a classic hard-floor mop when wet, which saves time when cleaning, and space whens storing.

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Clorox might boost prices in response to rising supply costs

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“We are seeing an inflationary environment that we expect to persist well beyond a quarter,” Clorox CEO Linda Rendle told CNBC on Friday.

  • Clorox may raise prices in response to elevated supply costs, CEO Linda Rendle told CNBC.
  • Rendle said she expects higher costs to persist “over the mid-term” due to inflation.
  • Clorox’s January-through-March earnings fell 126% from 2020 to 2021.
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Clorox may raise prices for some products in response to increasing costs for key supplies like resin, Clorox CEO Linda Rendle said during a Friday interview with CNBC.

“We do need to address the cost environment that we’re experiencing,” Rendle said. “We’re seeing costs across many inputs rise.”

Rendle added that transportation is also becoming more expensive. The Clorox CEO said she expects to see higher costs “over the mid-term” due to inflation.

“We are seeing an inflationary environment that we expect to persist well beyond a quarter,” she said.

But if Clorox does decide to raise prices, the company won’t necessarily do so across the board.

“We’re being very measured and taking that in a category-by-category approach,” Rendle said.

Rendle also suggested Clorox would look to cost cuts, including the elimination of short-term expenses spurred by the COVID-19 pandemic, and innovation to help the company respond to elevated costs.

Clorox is one of many companies that have warned that prices might rise as the economy reopens after the coronavirus pandemic. Items from bikes to cars to imported cheese are going to cost more this year because of snarled supply chains, backlogged ports, and the return of inflation.

On Friday, Clorox reported that its earnings during the first three months of the year fell 126% compared to the same period in 2020. The company lost $0.49 per share between January and March, down from a $1.89 per share gain in the first three months of 2020.

Part of the slide came from a $329 million write-down of assets in the company’s vitamins, minerals, and supplements business. The impairment charge cut Clorox’s per-share earnings by $2.11.

During her interview with CNBC, Rendle said she expects acquisitions Clorox have made in the vitamins, minerals, and supplements segment to boost Clorox’s revenue and profits in the long run, despite the disappointing short-term results.

“We’re confident that we can get these to a place where they’re growth and profit accretive for the company over time, ” Rendle said.

Despite Clorox’s earnings slide, the company’s stock price rose 2% on Friday to $183.

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