I wonder if it would work on my shower floor tile. It gets this caked on buildup that can only be removed with a safety blade. I thought that the finish was gone from the tile, but there is something that cakes onto it just around the drain. I think it may be my Wen hair conditioning cleanser.
Depending on how thick the buildup is, you will probably have to scrub it. Also very important is to keep the water clean. When it starts getting cloudy, make a new mixture. This helps to cut down on the scrubbing and ensures that it comes up easier.
Well, this isn't really HOME cleaning product, but I thought this would be useful
I just found out about Kleenex Cooling tissues. OMG! I LOVE these things. They are tissues that are actually cool to the touch. Being sick for close to 6 weeks now, I have purchased more paper products that you can blow your nose on (tissues, TP, paper towels, etc.) than I care to have bought and even the Puffs & Kleenex with lotion is leaving my nose sore. These Kleenex cooling have been a God send today! They come in the smaller square boxes that are blue and come individually. You have to really look to find them.
With everything going around right now, I just wanted to share this for all of my fellow sicklies and for anyone else unfortunate enough to get stuck with this stuff.
Does anyone know a good product for cleaning silver?
I have a couple of silver candlesticks that belonged to my grandmother. They were given to her for a birthday by her mother and engraved with the date February 1936. I just finished polishing them and it takes forever. I want something that works without elbow grease. All these products claim to work like magic, but they don't.
a pan aluminum foil 4 teaspoons of baking soda 4 cups of boiling water a large glass bowl a drop of liquid soap 100% cotton soft cloth
Place foil on the bottom of pan. Lay your silver pieces on the bottom. Fill pan with water until silver is fully submerged. Sprinkle baking soda over it. Soak silver for 5 to 10 minutes. Mix remaining hot water and a drop of liquid soap into a glass bowl. Place your silver in the soapy water and wash. Rinse with clean water and polish dry your pieces with a soft cotton cloth.
I hope this helps. It is an old Heloise article. It works for jewelry too, by the way.
I had to dig out this thread and find Peggy's information about cleaning silver. It's that time of year again. Time to polish the candlesticks.
Post by sportsgirl on Nov 15, 2013 10:02:36 GMT -5
Funny, I was going to look for this also...
My old dentist visits consisted of really bad cleaning visits. My gums would bleed a lot and I always had lots of plaque & tarter even though I was brushing & flossing. One day I came upon this product "Closys" and my next dental visit was like night & day. Now I just have very little build-up, healthy gums, no cavities & hardly any bleeding. My dentist was so shocked, that now even he endorses it to his patients.
I use the oral rinse & the Flouride-free toothpaste. They seel it at Walgreens, CVS, the Closys.com & other online sites. I recommend this product as now my dentist visits (2-3 yrs now) have been great!!!