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Let The Good JuJu In With These Tested And True Favorites

Let The Good JuJu In With These Tested And True Favorites

Like any self-respecting Latina, cleaning my house is a weekly ritual I can’t afford to miss. It’s more than just making sure there aren’t dirty dishes or dust on the floor – it’s about cleansing the space for good energy to enter your life. Sundays have always been for chores since I was a little girl, I didn’t understand it then, but now I do. When life gets cluttered, clearing the mess away can be a great way to move forward. Let these products help you get on track and invite the good juju in! 

Is any Latin household clean without Fabuloso? The perfumey scent is immediately recognizable when you cross the threshold of a place that values a clean floor. You can sock slide pretty far on a floor cleaned with Fabuloso.

$5.97

Do you have a grimy bathroom? Don’t flex your cash on a premium bottle of Lysol spray – Get yourself some all-purpose bleach. Dilute it in a spray bottle with water and be sure to wear your crap clothes in case of a happy trigger finger.

$4.88

Your uela only has three channels on her TV, one of which exclusively airs infomercials. So it makes sense that she was an early adopter of Kaboom with OxiClean. Why have her arthritis act a fool when the bubble powers of OxiClean will do all the scrubbing necessary?

$12.20

Make your titis exclaim, “Oooh, que fancy!” when they see your new vacuum cleaner. The last time you went to Ivelisse’s house, she was still using a vacuum she bought from the Goodwill in 1982.

$142.94

Finally, no cleansing is complete without burning some white sage and sprinkling Florida water in every room. This practice always helps me seal in the good vibes. I know it will help you feel refreshed to take on whatever life throws your way.

$11
$5

Did we miss something? Let us know how you cleanse your life in a comment below.

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Lo Boutillette

With deep ties to music and the arts, Lo is constantly inspired by her Latin Americana roots and the spontaneity of New York City. When she isn’t planning and perfecting her productions you’ll find her tending to her rose garden with her dog Bella.

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