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Best Tech for Spring Cleaning

This is 2018, there's pretty much nothing you can't do without the assistance of technology. The same holds true for something as simple as spring cleaning. There are all kinds of gadgets to make the work easier, and apps to make the job organized. Take a look at the ones we've gathered below and choose your favorites when tackling the dreaded (or anticipated) deep clean of your apartment: Apps Cleaning Checklist helps you organize and manage household cleaning tasks and activities. Pick a room, select the task, and check it off when complete. Voila! {picture} BrightNest is for those who don't even know where to start. This app is full of useful tips for cleaning specific parts of your home, like how to remove toilet stains or what essential oils keep your garbage disposal smelling fresh. ChoreBank is great if you have kids that want to help. Assign a monetary value or activity reward to each chore and make virtual deposits to your child's account. You can even text reminders to your kids! Gadgets Unless you've been living under a rock, you've heard of Roomba, the house-cleaning robot. These bad boys can run upwards of $900, but critics claim it's well worth the price. Allergy sufferers: this one's for you. Nothing says spring cleaning like purified breathing air. Molekule is the latest in air purification systems that is not only effective, but smart and innovative. We stumbled upon a nifty little (affordable!) gadget that attaches to any standard household vacuum. The Dusty-Brush consists of dozens of tiny vacuum tubes that pick up dust and debris while leaving behind the important stuff, like nuts & bolts, craft supplies, and other small objects. Perfect for those hard-to-reach places like vents and the back of the pantry. 520 Park