Amazon is giving you $10 to spend on household essentials—Magic Erasers, OxiClean, Mrs Meyers, Cascade and more

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Save big on Tide, Mrs. Meyers, Mr. Clean and more. (Photo: Amazon)

Slowly but surely, cleaning supplies are starting to reappear on shelves. And while we still don’t advise running out and grabbing all the TP you can, there are plenty of household supplies — all-purpose cleaner, dishwasher pods, dryer sheets — in stock. Of course, Amazon has ‘em all — and the retailer is literally paying you to shop them.

That’s right: Amazon is giving you $10 off at checkout on qualifying household purchases over $35. Whether you’re running low on toilet bowl cleaner, trash bags or even plastic cups, you can scoop ‘em up for a steal. You don’t need to enter a code to take advantage of the sale — the savings will automatically apply to your cart. But act fast—the offer is only good while supplies last.

Check out some of the best goodies, below:

Mr. Clean Magic Eraser

There's nothing this eraser can't tackle. (Photo: Amazon)

The Magic Eraser hardly needs an introduction: It eradicates dirt and grime from virtually every surface in your home—from light switches to bathtubs—with just water. This set comes with nine erasers.

Cascade Complete ActionPacs, Dishwasher Detergent

You won't even need a pre-wash. (Photo: Amazon)

Your dishwasher is full of dirty pots and pans, and the minute you decide to run it, you realize you’re out of cleaning pods. Ugh. This massive bucket contains 78 pods, so you’ll be good to go for the long haul.

Clorox ToiletWand

Keep your porcelain throne fit for royalty. (Photo: Amazon)

It’s everyone’s least favorite chore, but it has to be done, right? These ToiletWands give your bowl an efficient and thorough clean, and can be popped off into the trash afterward. The kit comes with a wand and six refill heads.

Tide Pods Laundry Detergent Liquid Pacs

Your clothes are about to smell like you rolled around a flowery meadow. (Photo: Amazon)

The beauty of Tide Pods is that in addition to no spillage, you won’t have to figure out the right ratio of fabric softener or color protectant — it’s all in the pod. Not only do these smell like a sun-soaked meadow, but you get a whopping 96 pacs.

Tide to Go Pens

Throw one in your purse, keep one in the cabinet, toss one in the car... (Photo: Amazon)

These stain pens are amazing for when you accidentally spill coffee on your top or get swiped by a little kid brandishing an open marker. Pro tip? Buy several packs — like hair ties, these pens have a knack for mysteriously disappearing (or getting “borrowed” indefinitely).

Full Circle Tenacious C Cast Iron Brush

Never risk ruining your expensive cast iron pans again. (Photo: Amazon)

Cast iron pots and pans might pack the flavor, but they’re frustrating to clean. This wide-head brush is tough on caked-on bits from last night’s dinner, but doesn’t mess with your pan’s seasoning.

Gain Original Dryer Sheets

Your laundry is about to smell so good, you're actually going to enjoy folding. (Photo: Amazon)

Not only do these dryer sheets help reduce static and wrinkles, but they smell incredible. And they’re three bucks off!

Mrs. Meyers Clean Day Room Freshener Spray

Basil: Good for cooking, better for making your room smell divine. (Photo: Amazon)

Basil is the quintessential summer scent — it’s cool, fresh and decidedly herbal. This Mrs. Meyers room spray smells just like the real stuff, thanks to a blend of essential oils, and it’s even safe to use on fabrics (just keep it away from delicates).

The reviews quoted above reflect the most recent versions at the time of publication.

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