#HomeHacks Spring Cleaning Sweepstakes

#homehacks spring cleaning sweepstakes

We’ve shared our favorite #homehacks for organizing the closet, maintaining order in the kitchen, and keeping it clean in the bathroom.

See all The Good Stuff’s #homehacks in this slideshow:

Now we want to hear from you! Share some of your favorite #homehacks with The Good Stuff, and enter the sweepstakes for the chance to win one of the daily prizes, or the $500 Grand Prize eGift card to Home Depot.

Whether you’re a lucky winner or not, you can always organize, clean, and save with Bed Bath & Beyond promo codes, a Crate & Barrel coupon, The Container Store promo codes, and Home Depot coupons!

We’ll be picking 28 daily winners (based on cumulative entries) to win a $25 Kohl’s or Home Depot eGift card, and one grand prize winner of a $500 Home Depot eGift Card. No purchase necessary. Void where prohibited. Open only to legal residents of the United States (including the District of Columbia) at least 18 years old at time of entry. The sweepstakes begins March 24, 2015 at 12:00 a.m. PT and ends April 20, 2015 11:59 p.m. PT.

To enter, first enter your email address below for 1 entry.  To obtain extra entries, you can do any or all of the following:

  • Sign up for The Good Stuff email newsletter using the entry form (1 entry).
  • Follow us on Pinterest using the entry form (1 entry).
  • Submit a description of, or a link to, your favorite home hack via email (2 entries): enter your email in the form below, and then send an email to thegoodstuffmag@gmail.com using that email address with either (i) an original home hack idea, including a description of the home hack, or (ii) a link to a website with a home hack, including a brief description of your experience using the home hack.
  • Submit a picture of your home hack via email (5 entries): enter your email in the form below, and then send an email to thegoodstuffmag@gmail.com using that email address with your original photograph showing your home hack result (must be at least 300 pixels wide), along with a brief description of the photograph and related home hack.
  • Share the sweepstakes (1 entry; up to 10 total): using the unique link available through the entry form, share the sweepstakes with your friends; each additional person that enters the sweepstakes through your link will earn you an extra entry (up to 10).

For complete details and odds disclosure, please review the Official Rules. By submitting an entry, each entrant fully and unconditionally agrees to and accepts these Official Rules. The sweepstakes is sponsored by Coupons.com Incorporated, and is in no way endorsed or administered by, or associated with, The Home Depot USA, Inc. or Kohl’s Corporation.

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  • Janalee McGee

    After slicing onions, get rid of the onion odor on countertops by just lightly scrubbing with Kosher salt and lemon juice.

    • Oh to Be a Muse

      That’s an awesome hack! Thanks Janalee.

  • Pat Ellis

    pour a little vinegar into your dishwasher before starting a load to help clean the dishwasher and remove smells.

    • Oh to Be a Muse

      Great idea! I believe a cleaning hacks post all about vinegar is coming up on The Good Stuff at the end of the month!

  • Philip Dimercurio

    Use scouring power for most cleaning jobs to save money.

  • S Mcclenny

    Use vinegar for cleaning everything

  • Jeanine Burandt

    Laundry stain remover (such as Shout, Spray ‘n Wash) will remove the gummy residue from price tags on ceramic, glass, and metal

  • belinda bell

    use vinegar and water to clean hardwood floors

  • Kristy

    Vinegar and baking soda for toilets

  • Tina Lehmkuhl

    Soaking pots and pans in a vinegar and water mixture will remove hard water deposits.

  • Shelley

    I put a tsp of baking soda into my k-cup holder and a tsp of vinegar and then ran two cycles of water. Took quite a bit of coffee gunk out!

  • Dana Matthews

    I keep hydrogen peroxide by the washer. It works wonders on underarm sweat stains!

  • orwell

    I use toothpaste or gel to remove tarnish.

  • Bobbie Allensworth

    hair spray removes markers

  • PIFA123

    WD40 can get stickers off things easy.

  • couponscom

    Great #homehacks, everyone! We’ll be posting some of our reader’s favorite hacks later this week.

    Make sure to email your ideas and pictures to thegoodstuffmag@gmail.com for your entry to qualify to win.

    • Emily Endrizzi

      Can we just send one email that includes both the description and the hack or must they receive 2 separate emails?

  • Trisha Penrod Grattan

    use dryer sheets to clean you baseboards so dust won’t stick to them.

  • Jamie

    Definitely using a pillow case for cleaning fan blades…so the dust doesn’t fly everywhere. Just open the pillow case, insert fan blade and wipe clean…love… :)

  • meredith peters

    use hydrogen peroxide in spray bottle to clean bathroom. No noxious fumes

  • Barbara Wallace

    vinegar is a great window cleaner. It can also be used at the bottom of flowers outside to ward off rabbits and deer.

  • Vivian Kelley


  • joan

    toothpaste a little dab will do you, over a blind pimple to bring to a head

  • joan

    put a piece of cheese over a tooth to stop the ache

  • Carline

    To remove gum stuck on carpet, apply ice to the gum so that it can harden. It will then be easier to remove the gum.

  • bootswon

    I use baby wipes to clean off the top of my stove! They work great all around my apartment! connie danielson

  • ros52531

    Water activated cleaning blocks remove any stains off my counters and floors. Even if nothing else has removed the stains, these will. Plus they’re non-chemical and reusable.

  • http://www.facebook.com/wakingbug Wanda Tracey

    I clean anything that is burnt in my pots & pans by boiling them with some water to which I have added some vinegar and baking soda to..

  • Melinda Caldwell

    Coke removes paint stains (I’m talking the soda)!