Wednesday, October 22, 2008

A good story

If one of my sisters will email me with the story of the tile cleaner, I'd be most obliged. I can't read the label in the photo or remember the "attributes" of the stuff, and I don't have one of my own. *pout*

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

Betty said....

I emailed you the story of the tile cleaner/salad dressing. We're having salad tonight with supper, so I'll have to get my bottle of the tile cleaner out...very versatile product!

Anonymous said...

Joan says...I tried (twice) to send this story last night. I thought I'd finally signed up so I wouldn't have to be Anonymous Joan anymore. Then I'd sign myself in and my comments would disappear. It got old. I quit. I would just like to add that the versatile product also makes a fine doggie ear cleaner.

Anonymous said...

Joan says she forgot to say that Dad had one of these versatile products ready for you too, Rita, but with all the busy-ness of your last two visits, I guess it got temporarily forgotten. You'll have to put in a request that he hold onto it for you!

rita said...

How odd. I haven't gotten that email!

Maybe I can clean Zippy's ears, clean the shower, and have a nice salad once I'm done. Dad used it the other night to clean the inside of my car.

Good stuff.

rita said...

Joan, Blogger's just a pain in the ass. It's all plain luck.

Anonymous said...

Betty said....

Since my email to you didn't go through, here's the info:

Sweetman's Original Ceramic Tile, Glass and Sink Cleaner
Also Great Salad Dressing
Contains 100% Pure, Secret Ingredients

When Mom and Dad went to the Oceanic the past couple of times, they were impressed with how clean and sparkling their bathroom was and asked what had been used to clean it. The man who does the cleaning, Scott Sweetman, told them that he uses vinegar and water and told Dad the ratio, and Dad tried it when he got back home and liked the results. He decided to bottle some of it to give away and also plans to send a bottle to Scott Sweetman. It's always fun to see the reaction of someone when he shows them a bottle of the tile cleaner and then also squirts some in his mouth.

The bottle he gave me also has a Nutrition Facts label on the back that says it contains saturated fat, cholesterol and sodium, along with 15 grams of protein, but I suspect that the label came off of something else, especially since the calorie count is 2500 per serving!

I'm sure Dad will be happy to give you your own bottle of tile cleaner/salad dressing.

Knitting Nurd said...

That is too funny!!! LOL

Anonymous said...

Joan, who can live with being anonymous, needs a tanker truck delivery of Sweetman's so that she can clean her house. Unless someone else wants to do it.