FYI if you keep reading, you will see my beautiful baby niece and my famous bulldog, Tillie Mae (she’s the unofficial but basically official mascot).

I really considered calling this piece How to Have Three Dogs, Cute Kids That Aren’t Yours, A Messy Husband, and White Sheets, but that is a little excessive. I literally have never had a better whitening product than Evolve® Bleach Tablets. With that being said, here are my 8 household uses for Evolve®. IF you have better uses, please feel free to share them!

$2.97 = 32 bottles of cleaner guys. Just sayin, love this stuff! Find it in the bleach/laundry aisle!

Evolve Ultra-Concentrated Bleach Tables, Original Scent (32 count)
Baby Abbi laying on a fuzzy white throw pillow with a yellow bandana around her head.

#1: Babies are cute and so are white throw pillows

I think so many people take throw pillows for granted. My hubby will complain about why the heck do we have so many pillows, yet he will use them. Everyone that sits on your couch will most likely use the throw pillows. Kids, pets, guests in your home all come in contact with your throw pillows. It’s really important to keep them washed regularly. I throw mine in the wash at least once or twice a month with an Evolve® Bleach Tablet to keep them fresh and clean.

This is my beautiful niece Abbi, and she is laying on a soft, fuzzy white throw pillow!

#2: Keep your white sheets/comforters WHITE

The biggest known use for bleach is for laundry. I prefer to use Evolve® over bargain bleach because one tablet of Evolve® Bleach whitens double as much as liquid bleach and I like my bedroom to look white and sharp.

I have a white and grey comforter that Tillie (The Famous Bulldog) sleeps on every night. I bleach this bad boy once a week to keep it clean and sharp looking!

To whiten and wash sheets and comforters, I drop 1-2 tablets of Evolve® Bleach in the washer and run a cycle on the whites setting. I will use two tablets for the comforter and only one for just the sheets cycle.

Dog watching TV from a bed.
Bouquet of flowers, Olive Garden gift certificates, bottles of Evolve Concentrated Bleach

#3: Flowers, Easy Preserver

My man is the bomb.com and he is always bringing home fresh flowers for me. I do know how rare that is, and I am extremely blessed! One thing with fresh flowers in a vase is that you have to keep the water full and changed out to avoid the nasty scum build up. When I get flowers, I will drop an Evolve® Tablet in the vase to keep the water clean and the flowers will last three times as long! These were my anniversary photos from this year, and they lasted a month!

Yes, the company, Custom Bottling & Packaging, Inc. gives away a lot of gift cards! Olive Garden was two months ago, Wal-Mart was last month… Wonder what next month will be?

#4: Tile showers don’t have to be grody (anyone else remember that word from middle school?)

Sometimes, I am really tested when I just get done scrubbing the shower or the kitchen sink, and my hard-working hubby comes home from work covered in filth and gets black crap all over my freshly cleaned house. I try not to let it bother me much, because he works so hard for our family and he can’t help it. It just seems he’s the dirtiest on the days I clean. Evolve® has been great for our white shower. I drop a tablet in an old plastic spray bottle (you can buy one at the store for $1, I just prefer to recycle) and fill it with hot water and go to town on the shower. I might also add that Evolve® has 4 scents besides original bleach. I love using the Linen Breeze or Summer Lavender in the bathrooms for a fresh clean smell with only a small bleach smell.

Clean white tile shower
Clean white toilet

#5: Clean Those Toilets

Sometimes, I am really tested when I just get done scrubbing the shower or the kitchen sink, and my hard-working hubby comes home from work covered in filth and gets black crap all over my freshly cleaned house. I try not to let it bother me much, because he works so hard for our family and he can’t help it. It just seems he’s the dirtiest on the days I clean. Evolve® has been great for our white shower. I drop a tablet in an old plastic spray bottle (you can buy one at the store for $1, I just prefer to recycle) and fill it with hot water and go to town on the shower. I might also add that Evolve® has 4 scents besides original bleach. I love using the Linen Breeze or Summer Lavender in the bathrooms for a fresh clean smell with only a small bleach smell.

#6: White Clothes Are NOT A Thing of The Past

White clothes are cute, but a pain to keep white. Drop 1-2 Evolve® Bleach Tablets in your white loads of laundry. It’s simple and does the trick! Evolve® formula is less harsh on clothes than liquid bleach too! So you won’t have the break down in your whites like you typically would.

Sicily wearing a white dress with her husband.
Clean Wooden Cutting Board

#7: Cutting Boards, The Silent Hoarder or Crud…

Make sure to soak your cutting boards periodically to get them clean, even in the deep pores of the wood boards. Fill your sink with hot water, and drop 1 Evolve® Bleach tablet in, and soak your cutting boards for 10 minutes.

#8: Clean Floors Make For A Happy Wife

I bleach my hardwood floors once a week. I absolutely can’t stand dirty floors, and with three dogs and a husband they are constantly filthy. Evolve® Bleach Tablets are the easiest and most affordable mopping solution, and it leaves my house smelling so fresh and clean. I drop a tablets into a bucket of hot water, run my mop through the house, and I am left with clean, fresh, and shiny floors. If you are worried about them damaging your floors, test a small area first. I tested out my laundry room floor before I did the rest of the house and for the last 10 months they have gotten bleached weekly with zero breakdown or damage.

Here’s a picture of the kids right before I kicked them outside so I could mop! They are a crazy awesome group of pups. Until we have human children, these fur kids are the stars of the show.

Three dogs on a clean floor

Disclosure: This post is sponsored by Evolve® Products. All thoughts, opinions and stories represented in this post are my own.