Costco Spring Cleaning Deals: The 15 Best Things to Buy

These Costco bargains will help you tackle the mess in your house after a long and stormy winter.
Updated April 9, 2023
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Spring is in the air, which means it’s time to break out the annual spring-cleaning list again. Of course, no one wants to spend their budget on vacuum bags and Brillo pads.

Fortunately, one of the best Costco hacks is to use your membership to save on spring-cleaning supplies.

Start today by adding the following cleaning essetials to your Costco shopping list.

Mr. Clean Magic Eraser Household Cleaning Pads

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Each room in your house needs a slightly different type of deep cleaning. Purchasing Costco’s variety pack of 11 Mr. Clean Magic Eraser Household Cleaning Pads ($13.39) means you don’t have to buy a separate cleaning product for every area.

Instead, one box gets you an assortment of standard heavy-duty Magic Erasers, including those specifically for the bath and kitchen. That way you can tackle each room-specific mess without buying different cleaning products.

O-Cedar EasyWring Spin Mop & Bucket System

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Spring cleaning might be a pain, but that doesn’t mean it should be physically exhausting. The O-Cedar EasyWring Spin Mop & Bucket System ($44.99) comes with a built-in wringer that you spin by pumping a lever with your foot.

With no bending down or laborious wringing, you can get a deep clean without breaking your back.

Swiffer Sweeper Heavy Duty Wet Cloths

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If you already have a Swiffer mop handle, you might not need an entirely new mop and bucket. Instead, get your floors cleaner than ever with Swiffer Sweeper Heavy Duty Wet Cloths ($18.99).

This 54-count pack has the added benefit of a lavender scent to make your house smell as nice as it looks.

Swiffer Duster Heavy Duty Dusting Kit

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The Swiffer Duster Heavy Duty Dusting Kit ($21.49) can help get the hardest-to-reach nooks and crannies clean.

With 17 refill heads, you won’t have to worry about running out of cloths for dusting. Instead, you can simply roll up your sleeves and dust until the job is done.

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Viva Multi-Surface Cloth Paper Towels

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There’s arguably nothing more crucial to successful spring cleaning than having enough paper towels — specifically, paper towels that won’t dissolve at the first drop of water.

Viva Multi-Surface Cloth Paper Towels ($46.99) come in a 24-count pack and are made of two-ply sheets that absorb more moisture than cheap, paper-thin alternatives.

Scotch-Brite Heavy Duty Sponge

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According to household guru Martha Stewart, you should replace your kitchen sponge at least once every two weeks — or more often if you’re using your sponge to clean some truly awful messes.

A 21-count package of Scotch-Brite Heavy Duty Sponges ($17.99) should ensure you can replace a sponge as soon as you notice it’s starting to spread the mess instead of cleaning it up.

Clorox Disinfecting Wipes

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Stop disease in its tracks with Clorox Disinfecting Wipes ($22.99). These wipes were formulated to destroy 99.9% of viruses and bacteria that can survive up to 48 hours on surfaces.

This five-pack has 425 wipes total and comes with two different scents: lemon and fresh-scented.

Pro tip: Paying for Costco goods with the right rewards credit card can help you earn cash back or other perks.

Kirkland Signature Nitrile Exam Gloves

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Protect your hands from harsh cleaning chemicals by putting on a pair of disposable gloves before you clean.

Costco’s 400-pack of Kirkland Signature Nitrile Exam Gloves ($29.99) are latex- and powder-free, and their textured fingertips make it easier for you to handle things.

Con-Tact Brand Premium Shelf and Drawer Liners

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Once you’ve cleaned out your kitchen shelves and silverware drawers, protect them from another year of stains, dust, and grime with Con-Tact Brand Premium Shelf and Drawer Liners ($54.99, but on sale through April 9 for $44.99).

These commercial-grade liners are durable and easy to clean, especially compared to scrubbing a food-stained pantry shelf. That makes them a must for homeowners hoping to maintain their home’s value.

Arm & Hammer Pure Baking Soda

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Baking soda isn’t just for baking. It’s also a non-toxic cleaner that cuts through the worst messes better than many chemical cleaning products.

This 13.5-pound bag of Arm & Hammer Pure Baking Soda ($9.49) should ensure you have enough baking soda on hand to deal with the worst messes your home can throw at you.

Kirkland Signature Flex-Tech 33-Gallon Trash Bag

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A thorough spring-cleaning session results in a lot of trash, so you'll need some bags to gather that mess.

Kirkland Signature Flex-Tech 33-Gallon Trash Bags ($23.99) help you carry the mess out of your house without worrying about the bag splitting and spilling everything over your freshly cleaned floor.

Trinity Expandable Closet Organizer

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Spring cleaning is as much about organizing as it is about scrubbing surfaces and airing out rooms. The Trinity Expandable Closet Organizer ($154.99) gives you two adjustable bronze-finish racks to hang clothes.

It also comes with eight shelves, four for each end of the racks. You can adjust them to your preferred heights to accommodate everything from bags and shoes to suitcases.

Stackable Shoebox and Organizer

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If you’re tired of tripping over your family members’ shoes in the hallway, a shoe organizer will get each pair out of the way without creating more clutter.

The Stackable Shoebox & Organizer ($73.99) makes it easy to spot the shoes you’re looking for at a glance. Front and side doors can keep shoes safe from your favorite shoe-stealing puppy.

Trinity Wire Undersink Organizer with Slide

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Tossing all your cleaning chemicals under the kitchen sink in a jumbled mess is not a good idea.

The two-pack Trinity Wire Undersink Organizer with Slide ($69.99) makes it easy to find cleaning products, as the organizer slides in and out easily.

Kirkland Signature 2200 High Performance Furnace Filters

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A clean HVAC filter stops allergens from circulating throughout your house and helps maintain indoor air quality.

HVAC filters should be replaced every 30 to 90 days, so this four-pack of Kirkland Signature 2200 High Performance Furnace Filters ($39.99) should last you through the spring season.

Bottom line

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Spring cleaning your entire house from attic to basement is a big lift, for both you and your wallet. 

Fortunately, Costco is more than just a place to cut the cost of groceries. You can also get great bulk deals on cleaning products.

You might even have enough Costco cleaning supplies left over to last you through next year’s spring-cleaning ritual. 

And the only thing better than a year of cleaning-supply savings is scoring two years of savings for the price of one.

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Michelle Smith Michelle Smith has spent a decade writing for and about small businesses. She specializes in all things finance and has written for publications like G2 and SmallBizDaily. When she's not writing for work at her desk, you can usually find her writing for pleasure near large bodies of water.

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