Thursday, April 7

shiny time


I was looking for something to make my *silver* shine.....and this stuff really worked!  I know you have to be careful with Ajax, Comet, and Bon ami.......you usually should only use it on the older sinks and tubs.....real sinks and real tubs.  I was very careful with this.....and will continue to use it.  I'm not for fancy cleaners and wipes and mops and squirt bottles and special this and bottles of that.  I like to clean with baking soda, salt, vinegar.....and Spic and Span and Ajax.  I *do* have a very old sink......
I cut old t-shirts up and use them for rags, and just throw them away when I'm done using them.  I also buy very cheap paper towels to clean with.  If you see Bounty or Viva in my kitchen....more than likely it was a present from somebunny. 
  What do you like to clean with? 

7 comments:

A Quiet Gracious Life said...

I like to clean with Windex because it will clean almost ANYTHING. And I *love* the smell of it. I don't like the generic brands of it because more often than not they leave streaks. It has to be the real stuff.

I also like Murphy's Oil Soap. The smell is *heavenly*.

Michelle-ozark crafter said...

I am the same with cleaners but I do like bon ami. Did you know the name means my friend? We use old towels, clothing and such around here too.

Mrs. Mobunny said...

good friend!!!!

sue said...

I use spray cleaners from Dollar Tree, and also Comet. They all work pretty well. I cut up old towels and shirts for rags too. I think this is probably a sort of old fashioned habit? Its funny to see a bag or box of rags for sale in hardware stores and such.

Ron Joe Geezer said...

Thanks for the great cleaning tips Mrs. Mobunny :-)

Jacquelyn Stager said...

have you ever tried Bar Keeper's Friend? It is supposedly not toxic and I especially like how it cleans my stainless steel pots and pans. Lately I've been using Dr. Bronner's magic soaps made with essential oils. They too are non-toxic, natural soaps. You can use them for body washing or toilet washing! I even use them like I would Murphy's Oil Soap on wood. Beautiful blog you have here...I came over to visit from Rebecca's place :)

Mrs. Mobunny said...

I've heard of Bar Keeper's Friend.....I will look into it. thanks for hoppin over!