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Ring Around The Collar

Remember those commercials? It was for some laundry detergent. I don't even remember which one, but the ads always showed a woman who was mortified, because her husbands shirts had a "ring around the collar". It was years before I even came close to understanding that. I still don't really get it. I have never […] Read More

Reusable Amber Glass Spray Bottles

These reusable amber glass spray bottles from Firefly are great to have around the house. Instead of buying cleaners in those plastic bottles, you can put your cleaners in these bottles and just reuse them. It will help lower the amount of trash going into landfills. If you make your own environmentally friendly disinfectants and […] Read More

Concentrated Lemon Essential Oil Goes A Long Way

Extra Strength Lemon Oil from Lift Care is very concentrated. They say it is 5x Extra Strength. All I know is that a little is all it takes. This is a fair sized 4 oz bottle and I have been using it in my kitchen for a few weeks, and I still have more than […] Read More

Clean Ups Are Easy With Microfiber Cloths

These VibraWipe Microfiber Clothes are really nice. They are extremely soft. I like just holding them. They would make a really nice kitten blanket (just saying). They are very absorbent and soak up spills really well, and they work well for drying the stove after it has been cleaned.  They should do a good job […] Read More

Fibrite Microfiber Mop

This Microfiber Mop from Fibrite has a smaller mop head than other dust mops I have seen. It picks up dust really good. The floor in my living room looked pretty clean before I even tried this dust mop on it, but it picked up a lot of dust anyway. My kitchen on the other […] Read More

If You have Iron Cookware, You Need A Linkcloth

This little chain scrubber is great for iron cookware. The title says it is for Cast Iron, but I wouldn't know the difference between types of iron, and other metals. I do know that the Linkcloth Chain scrubber worked really well on the old iron skillets my grandmother had. The one that I have been […] Read More

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