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June 23rd, 2008, 12:24 PM
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What product do you use?

How effective is it?

Do you still have to work at getting it off or does it let you just wipe it off?
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June 23rd, 2008, 12:35 PM
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I dont use any chemical cleaning products in my house and find that soaking works fine as long as it soaked lonmg enough.

I did however burn pretty bad my heavy duty stainless steel double boiler (was makeing appy's) and forgot to acually ADD the water! It turned blue and has never come clean since.


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June 23rd, 2008, 12:48 PM
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I don't like using a whole lot of chemicals either but since DH won't help me whatsoever



I have to resort to that sometimes, especially in the kitchen. I have tendonitis in my wrist and it bothers me a lot, especially when I have to scrub something.

So I use Krud Kutter (that's the actual spelling). It works great! You spray it on, let it sit and then wipe clean.

In the bathroom, I now have "green" cleaners, except for the toilet, as I haven't found any of that yet.
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June 23rd, 2008, 12:53 PM
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LOL Krud Kutter!! Great name!

I use ZEP products around the home they have a *green* line. The prob is it for comercial use and unless you know supplier it almost impossable to get
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Ttcing #9 After TWO 2nd trimester loss's and FIVE 1st trimester loss's. Missing our 8 ANGEL'S

IUI W/CLOMID/TRIGGER FEB 12/13 09!

Kyle (absent) Chelsea, Miki, Hanna, Johna, Sari, Jessiah and Isaiah.



THE LORD GIVES AND TAKES AWAY MY HEART WILL CHOOSE TO SAY BLESSED BE HIS WONDERFUL NAME!
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12W, 6W, 6W, 9W 1 twin, 5W
17W twins (sex unkown) and "Elijah"
17W "Angel"
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June 23rd, 2008, 12:58 PM
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Walmart is now carrying a "green" line. That's where I get mine.

I have to be careful with commercial stuff because it's more concentrated and my hands tend to break out in a rash with that type of stuff and sometimes gloves do not help...either they wear out or water seeps in through the tops.

I am also HIGHLY allergic to dishsoap. All kinds. DH finally got me a dishwasher a year and a half ago. And if something needs to be washed by hand, either he does that or DD does it.
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June 23rd, 2008, 02:37 PM
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What product do you use? brillo pads

How effective is it? always works, I do it right away

Do you still have to work at getting it off or does it let you just wipe it off? I don't mind scrubbing, I'm a cleaning perfectionist.
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