There are so many things out there to make your life "easier" so that you will enjoy cleaning...Ha ha! Enjoy cleaning isn't something that ANY product will help me feel! However, there is a sense of accomplishment when you do get something done. (Especially if you have been putting it off!). Here are a few awesome cleaning tools, that you may have overlooked:
Old Toothbrush - This one sounds gross, but it is a great tool. When it's time to change out your toothbrush, take the old one and wash it and keep it where you keep your cleaning supplies. They are great to use on small areas that are hard to clean (grout in tile, sink drain areas, around a faucet). If you still think it's too weird, you can buy super cheap toothbrushes that will still do the trick. (I think recycling is good, though!)
Dryer Sheet - You have heard to use a dryer sheet on your hair for static, but they are great for a dusting tool too. You can dust your houseplants, blinds and lampshades with them. Not only will the dust cling to the sheet, the dryer sheet will help keep static away that attracts dust in the first place. If you get a scent you like, it will make your home smell fresh too. *tip-for cloth surfaces like a lampshade, if your lampshade is super dirty, use a vacuum attachment on it first, then use the dryer sheet to keep them dust free longer.
Spray Bottle - An empty spray bottle can be used for a lot of things. Putting white, distilled vinegar in a spray bottle, you can use it to help kill germs on a wooden cutting board before using a mineral oil on it to help keep odors away. Just spray some on a clean board, then wipe with a paper towel or clean rag. Vinegar can clean away some hard water spots on fixtures and faucets; just spray and let sit for a while then use some elbow grease and see the spots leave. Also, using a water bottle, add a little bit of Dawn dish soap (the original) and fill the bottle with water. The water should look super light blue. This is a great streak free glass cleaner and for other surfaces! Just spray and wipe! However, don't let this sit indefinitely. If the odor changes, redo your water.
Old Towel - You can spend a bunch of money on microfiber this or that, but, if you have some towels that are getting ragged, cut them into smaller pieces and keep in a bag or box in your laundry room (I use a small, old hamper). Also old t-shirts, wash clothes and old cloth diapers are great for dusting. If you use one of these rags on something really dirty, you can just pitch it with no guilt and no extra money spent!
Plastic Caddy - No this you may spend a little on, but it can be worth it. Buy a plastic caddy with a handle to keep all your small, cleaning supplies in so you can carry it to any room in your house or even outside! Having things readily available makes things go faster. You can have several caddies in different places that have different products, too. Anything that can make the cleaning job easier is worth looking into, don't you think?--Jen Lush