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WITH most members of the family spending more time at home, keeping it clean and bright is a challenge for Mom. This Mother’s Day, surprise her with exciting innovations from SM Home that will make her home-works a breeze and give her more time for herself.

Sanitize and disinfect your home with this Landlite UV- C Sterilizer Portable Lamp and Pocket Stick (left). While this Crossett Air Purifier (right) is equipped with HEPA filter that ensures cleaner air for your home.

There are smart cleaners like robotic vacuums that will work on dusty floors, stained fabrics, stinky corners and kitchen clutter in half the time we spent in our usual cleaning routine. Power scrubbers will leave the floor spotless; while UV sterilizers sanitize and disinfect bed linens and dinnerware to protect your family from unwanted viruses.  

Eufy HomeVac H11 (left) is a mini vacuum that offers practical solutions in your home’s cleaning needs. Let this Eufy RoboVac G10 Hybrid (right) takes charge of mopping and sweeping in half the time as Mom relaxes.

This May, get discounts and online coupons on select home essential items and furniture from SM Home. Shop for your mom and place your order online through the SM Store’s Call to Deliver (#143SM) and ShopSM app. For more info and updates, follow SM Home at the SM Store in Instagram or visit thesmstore.com website.|

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