Thursday, September 3, 2009

We'll Be Right Back After These Messages...

Everyone who knows me, also knows that I am not an immaculate house keeper. And I am always looking for excuses to escape the dreaded "chores" we all must do around our houses. If you cannot avoid these little activities, it is always nice if you can find short cuts to make them more tolerable. When we were in Branson and making the rounds of all the many shopping arenas, I stumbled upon a Fuller Brush store (genius that I am, I've been telling people it was a Stanley product - obviously my brain matter failed me again because this is a Fuller Product). As I'm browsing the products the manager starts giving me a sales pitch on his bathroom clean - Bathclean - quite and original name. This wonder product will actually melt off soap scum and hard water build up while you have a cup of coffee ( or tea or coke, etc). I'm a little skeptical, but as I am always looking for a way to make my already easy life a little easier, I purchased a few bottles. I had to get more than one, they weren't that big and if they are in the demand the manager claims who knows when I'd be able to get more?! May I just say, to those of you who hate scrubbing sinks and tubs, have soap scum or hard water residue, or if you have, heaven forbid, ever taken a razor blade to those shower doors - You need this product! (This may be my last post because I may just throw this computer across the room when it starts underlining my typing and I don't know why!!!!) Back on subject, I am actually going to post before and after pictures. I cannot believe I am letting the world see the state my utility room sink was in, but here goes.




Perfectly innocent, attractive, purple cleaner...
Spray it on the disgusting build up. You realize I was just letting this faucet get in this condition so I could be ready to "test" any available products.
I let it set while I busied myself with another chore, I am a champion multi-tasker.:) Came at that faucet with a wet rag and BAM! I realize that the sink needs one more shot at it, but this didn't even require any perspiration.

The utility room sink is used for everything from cleaning paint brushes, tools, hands, to freezing ice cream. I know, I know, it is disgusting, but not for long...


Impressive, right? That's my commercial for now, aren't you glad you spent your valuable time looking this post?

8 comments:

Kara said...

that is awesome...i want some of that stuff!

Annie said...

Oh my word, I must have some!!! You know me and cleaning products! Seriously, got to have some!!!

Dawn said...

WOW! That's amazing. Can you buy it on line?

Leslie said...

Amazing. Wonder how it'd do on my glass shower?! hum...

thanks for the tip btw.

The Garvie Family said...

I am going to order some right now! Thanks for sharing....this product might just change my life!!

Amanda said...

Too funny!! I think I need to get some of that!!

Jillian said...

Yep, I'll be trying some of that for sure!

Sam said...

nice work...and i love that you painfully let the sink go without cleaning just so we could see the before and after. (hee hee :-) )
that stuff does look awesome!!! and i LOVE commercials!! well done...