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Get a free Caldrea Summer Entertaining Kit (Your kitchen will thank you—and smell lovely!)


Cleaning should smell good.

I have a confession to make: I'm a compulsive cleaner in the kitchen. No, not because I'm afraid of germs. And not because we're extra messy cooks. But because I love the smell of my cleaning products. Lovely-scented countertop spray makes wiping down the kitchen a delight. And dish soap that smells good and doesn't eat away at my hands? That makes washing the dishes that can't go into the dishwasher so much more bearable. I just really enjoy walking into a clean kitchen that smells of rhubarb... or basil... or radish... or currently: pear blossom agave. Mmmm.

When I moved to this teeny-tiny town forty minutes from the nearest Target, I wondered where I'd be able to shop for brands like Mrs. Meyers. Fortunately for me, I found Grove Collaborative. They have my favorite smell-good household helpers on standby. It keeps me off the highway (saving me time), out of the Target aisles (saving me money), and stocked up on the hand soaps, dish soaps, and all-purpose sprays that smell so good that I actually have fun cleaning. 

Since moving into our new (to us), turn-of-the-century home, I've taken extra pride in keeping the house clean. Especially the kitchen and main floor bath—it's so much easier to entertain spur-of-the-moment when I know those rooms are spic and span. When we moved in, I join Grove and bought myself a "housewarming present"—I stocked up on a variety of my beloved Mrs. Meyers products, all natural hand sanitizer, and other household supplies—at a great discount and delivered right to my door for free. (Thanks, VIP membership!) Rhubarb's on the bathroom vanity right now, but I can swap it out for bluebell if the mood strikes. And I've ordered a few times since just to stay stocked up on favorite scents and new seasons smells to try.

Now I have a new brand to add to the mix: 



Caldrea, I'm smitten.

I can't tell you how many times I walked past Caldrea in store and was too distracted by Mrs. Meyer's bright bottles and retro font to try anything else. But I got Grove's Caldrea Summer Entertaining kit—containing a dish soap and countertop spray in one of Caldrea's summer scents, plus a Grove Be Good dish brush. 


I opened my carefully packed box and immediately fell in love with Caldrea's simple, sophisticated bottles and pretty labels. They blend right into my very vintage, slightly bohemian decor. And then upon closer inspection of the bottle, I realized that Caldrea and Mrs. Meyer's are totally related. Caldrea's like... her fresh-faced granddaughter. No wonder Caldrea products also smell sooooo good!


Pear Blossom Agave:
Summer Mornings in a Bottle

I opted for the Pear Blossom Agave—not only for its blue labels that complement the turquoise in my kitchen, but also because the fragrance sounded delightful. And it is! Pear blossom, citrus, and melon come together in a summery, fruity, floral scent that makes washing dishes and wiping the counters a fragrant pleasure. And about that Be Good dish brush Grove threw in... finally—an aesthetically pleasing dish brush that I don't mind hanging out on my counter! :)


Okay, now for the best part:
An offer for FREE Caldrea!

Grove Collaborative is running a special offer for new customers: a FREE Caldrea Kit with your first order! That’s $32 worth of lovely cleaning supplies for free! 

All you have to do is join Grove Collaborative, purchase at least $20 worth of products, and you'll get the Summer Entertaining Kit at no additional cost. I joined with a similar offer, and trust me—you'll also get a lot of bang for your twenty bucks.

You can choose from four summery scents: ginger pomelo, sea salt neroli, pear blossom agave, and tangelo palm frond. The products are made with all natural ingredients and light essential oils—plus, the bottles and labels are perfectly pretty for displaying right out in the open. (Am I the only one who hides cleaners in ugly bottles?)

Note: Grove Collaborative currently does not ship to Canada, Hawaii, or Alaska.


Here's how to get your
Caldrea Summer Entertaining Kit

1. Sign up for Grove Collaborative here and you will receive the Caldrea offer for free!

2. Answer four quick questions about your home that Grove Collaborative will then use to customize your products—this takes under 30 seconds!

3. Once you've answered the questions, you can finalize your basket of products to suit your household needs by adding or removing items.

4. To receive this offer, your order needs to be a minimum of $20. Choose the combination of products and scents you love and receive in your first box. (Grove Collaborative isn't limited to cleaning products or Mrs. Meyers and Caldrea—from beauty to baby and Method to Seventh Generation, they've got you covered with many options at fantastic prices.)

5. You made it! Click "Finish and Pay" to place your order.

6. Bonus: Don't forget to sign up for Grove Collaborative's free 60 day VIP trial after you complete your first order. I love being a VIP—it saves me time and makes shopping with Grove even more affordable. For 60 days, you can save, too, with free gifts and shipping, price matching, exclusive sales, and personal service. (Grove's customer service blows me away.)

Here's an example: 




The deal is good through Sunday, July 24, 6 pm PT—and kits are limited! 
Click here to claim your FREE Caldrea offer and learn more.


Already a member of Grove Collaborative?

There's something for you, too! You'll get the Be Good Dish Brush when you order using this link. This brush has beauty and brawn—you definitely need it on your countertop, too.

Here's to fragrant cleaning and happy summer entertaining!

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