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Wednesday, June 24, 2009

Cleaning rust marks

{I've now received quite a few e-mails telling me that my blog has been hacked - the reality is that this really is me, Sheryl mom of 3 and wife to Pete, and I wrote this annoying product advertisement all by myself.  I'm the world's biggest goober.  But thanks to all of you who already read it - and a double thanks to those of you who were thoughtful enough to e-mail me.}

I'm not a huge fan of most cleaning products.  They usually do only part of what they claim to do.  **BUT** I have found the most amazing way to keep my toilets from getting those horrible red marks from our rusty well water.  (I know, I know . . . a whole post devoted to cleaning toilets - my life is SOOO thrilling.  Go ahead, laugh.)

I have been using Kaboom Scrub-Free for about a year now, and I have not had the nasty red marks return AT ALL.  Granted, I had to do a thorough cleaning to begin with - using pumice stone and lots of elbow grease, but it was worth it.  Seriously, every toilet in my house sparkles every day.  I'm loving this!  It is safe for my septic, only needs to be replaced a few times a year, and IT WORKS.  (I still  "swish" my toilets regularly, but I never have to scrub or use any chemicals, just the toilet brush)

On the box it says to replace it every three months.  I have found that it can go even longer in our house, but when I refill one toilet cleaner, I do them all.  It just makes it easier for me to remember.  I also don't use the stickers they provide the way they say to.  Instead of placing the sticker on my toilet tank (which is rather gaudy) I put it on my calendar on the day I think I will need to replace them as a reminder to check.  

Okay, so If you have made it this far you obviously have some toilets of your own that drive you crazy.  Go to the Kaboom website and they will send you one for FREE!  Do it!  I know you will thank me later.

~ End of Potty Talk you may return to your much more exciting life now.   

1 comment:

Nate, Michelle, Trent, Dylan and Aliya said...

I will try it! Anything that makes my life easier is good for me! Did you know their pitch man Billy Mays died today. Go figure...a blog post about toliets and a tribute! :)