When I was making the case that I should be included in the ultra-exclusive (only 200 bloggers picked!) Soft Scrub Club Captain list, I told them that I lived on a farm and things get messy here.
I didn't want to scare them or I would have confessed that I have to wipe out the inside of my washer every week. Yes, you read that right. I have to clean inside my clothes washer or else farm funk will build up inside the lid. You don't even want to know what kinds of things are on the clothes to cause this.
Right before my free (disclosure of product gratis) sample bottle arrived, the pipes in our kitchen froze. Not only did our old pipes freeze, our drain froze too and water and gunk began building up in the garbage disposal. I thought it would be a good idea to turn it on, which caused the funk of 40,000 years to gurgle up into the other drain. Delicious.
Fortunately, I had a full bottle of Soft Scrub and a healthy skepticism of their claims that this bottle works upside down. So I sprayed and I foamed and I tried to hold the bottle in a position in which it wouldn't work. It always worked. And the sink got clean. Very clean.
Thanks to Soft Scrub and its easy-to-use, nice-smelling product a miracle happened at my house this weekend. I cleaned both bathrooms and the kitchen.
Did I mention about the foaming and the spraying. This crazy bottle does both. I experimented with each but found that spraying works most of the time, with a little foaming action good on spots that are very icky.
Like where your five-year-old missfires.
The best part, if you've read this far, is that I have plenty of Soft Scrub left in my bottle for next weekend's cleaning (ha!). So if you want a free coupon to try this yourself leave a comment and I'll do a drawing. It may just be between you a that Korean SEO spammer, so you'll have a good shot.
And in case your laundry also contains clothing soiled with pig poo, pig afterbirth, pig snot, barn filth, matted straw and corn dust, don't worry Soft Scrub can keep your washer gleaming.
Just a random visitor to your site; I'm a 30-something working in the city and then back home on the farm too.ReplyDelete
I assume y'all live on septic, as we do. How do you avoid getting bleach in your septic? This is one of the toughest parts of farm life for me -- keeping clean without killing the do-gooder bacteria in my septic.
(And yeah, my washer gets nasty too.)