When I was asked to partner with Bona®, I immediately said yes. I have been a Bona hardwood floor cleaner user and fan for years.
I tested the Bona PowerPlus Hardwood Floor Deep Cleaner and Deep Clean Pad, and together they create the ideal solution for fighting grime and dirt on hardwood floors.
Not only am I a DIY blogger, but I have three kids. We are extra hard on our wood floors.
Bona PowerPlus Hardwood Floor Deep Cleaner is their most powerful cleaner yet. Its oxygenated formula loosens and removes heavy dirt build-up, providing a deep clean without the extra effort (for optimal results, use with the Bona PowerPlus™ Microfiber Deep Clean Pad). And this stuff actually got off some of the paint I had splatted on the floor from my last DIY project!
Here is a before and after shot of my hardwood floors so you can see how much cleaner, brighter and shinier the floors were after I used Bona.
Bona PowerPlus Hardwood Floor Deep Cleaner is now available at Lowe’s, Bed Bath & Beyond, ACE Hardware and True Value.
Don’t forget to enter the Bona PowerPair Sweepstakes where you can win great prizes AND deep clean your floors!
Now that I own a Bona mop, I decided it needed a place to hang. While looking at mop and broom hangers, I was disappointed by how not pretty they were:
I decided I would DIY one that was nice to look at, and I did it for under $10!
I began with a piece of wood 1/2″ x 6″ x 4′ and cut it down to 2′ long.
I found these cute plated label holders at Hobby Lobby in the wood section (you can also find some in the scrapbooking section).
And bought 1 3/8″ square bend hooks.
After I cut it to size, I stained my piece of wood.
I wanted a more vintage look, so I spray painted my hooks.
Use a ruler to evenly space the metal label holders. I marked the interior of the label holder because I painted them with chalkboard paint (but you can also just insert pieces of paper).
Using chalkboard paint and a foam brush, I painted in my sharpie lines – where the opening of my metal label frame was.
Once the paint was dry, I drilled holes for the screws that came with my metal label holders.
And I screwed them in.
Once all my metal label holders were attached, I drilled holes underneath each one for the hooks.
Then I screwed in the hooks, and my organizer was complete!
I added numbers just because I thought it was cute, but you could also label what goes where.
It works perfectly for my mop, broom and Bona mop.