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October 16, 2013: Newsletter
Oh my was my Inbox full this morning!
You may have been one who reminded me your ESP skills are not
as sharp as they once were.
You wanted to know what Margaret did to get her kitchen
porcelain sink so white!
DUH!!! How could I leave out the simple steps in yesterday's
I suggest you attempt to clean the sink when you know you'll
not be using it for at least four hours. Make sure your faucet doesn't
If you walk away from a dripping faucet with the sink stopper
in, you could have a minor flood when you return. You'd be surprised
how much water can drip from a faucet in just three or four hours.
If you're just trying to get the BOTTOM only of the sink to
look like new, add enough hot water to the sink so it's one inch deep.
Broadcast one TABLESPOON of Stain Solver powder into the shallow water.
That's it. You don't have to scrub. When you return in four
hours, the sink should look spectacular. If you have a stubborn stain,
just rub it with a Dobie paid.
If you intend to clean the bottom and sides of the sink, fill
the sink as high as you want with hot water from the faucet. Add
one-half cup of Stain Solver to the water.
Once again, just walk away. Usually you NEVER have to scrub to
get the results Margaret achieved!
What other questions do you have about how to use Stain Solver?
Yesterday, we finished taping outdoor videos showing how to
use Stain Solver to clean:
- horizontal wood surfaces
- paver brick
- natural stone surfaces
Today we hope to tape a video showing how to clean the outside wall
surface of a house.
Thanks for all your questions!
In a few days I'll share great Before and After photos of
Steve's favorite tennis shirt. Yes, once again he got a wicked stain on