I need your help if you’d be kind enough to offer it.
I’ve set a lofty goal to double the size of the STAIN SOLVER business in months, not years.
But I NEED YOUR HELP ACHIEVING THIS BENCHMARK.
There are two easy things you might be able to do.
First, if you have friends, relatives, co-workers, etc., who might benefit from one of these emails I send to you, please FORWARD it to them.
Second, if you spend time on Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest, etc., you might start uploading before and after photos or simply posting how STAIN SOLVER really works to clean this or that around your house.
The most powerful way to do this is within a Facebook group. There are tens of thousands of groups on Facebook and I guarantee you there’s one or two dedicated to your hobby whatever it might be.
Did you know there are groups that are dedicated to just cleaning? Here are just a few of them where folks like you SHARE great cleaning tricks and secrets. Look how many belong to the top group. WOW!!!
If you are on Facebook, you might consider JOINING the group and then start to share things you’ve cleaned with STAIN SOLVER.
That would be an enormous help. I’m not allowed to join the group for all the obvious reasons.
Cleaning tips and success stories MUST BE ORGANIC and originate from folks like you, not from companies.
To join any of the groups you see above, just type the name of the group in the Facebook search bar and hit RETURN on your device. The group will show up and then click the JOIN button.
Toilet Tank Cleaning
When I was growing up, my wonderful mother used to save one-gallon Clorox bottles. She filled them with fresh water after rinsing out the Clorox. She stored them under our concrete wash sink in the basement. She probably had 10 or 15 of these bottles.
Every now and then, I’d have to help empty them and put in fresh water. Each time I’d make fun of her thinking it was nuts to store water and I asked her why.
“Well, Timmy, if the water pipe in the street breaks, we’ll have enough water to wash up and cook with.”
I thought that was crazy as all my years there had never been a day when water didn’t come out of the faucet.
Well, one day it didn’t. The water main broke in the street one winter day. Mom’s wisdom and diligence saved the day!
Did you know that the water that goes into your toilet tank is the SAME WATER you DRINK from your kitchen faucet?
Yep, it’s the SAME WATER. I’ve been a master plumber since age 29 and believe me, it’s the SAME WATER.
You can use the toilet tank water in an emergency, but it’s far less GROSS if you make sure the toilet tank is always clean.
It’s so easy to clean a toilet tank with STAIN SOLVER. I created a new Cleaning the Inside of the Toilet Tank page on the STAIN SOLVER website yesterday showing how to do it.
That photo is my clean toilet tank. That slight ring you see just requires some touch-up scrubbing. I was so excited after seeing how clean it was after the first attempt, I had to take this photo!
Wait until you see the BEFORE photo and the DURING photo as STAIN SOLVER is doing LOTS of the scrubbing for me.
Realize this particular toilet tank had NEVER BEEN CLEANED in TWENTY YEARS!!!!
Thanks again if you can start sharing STAIN SOLVER success stories far and wide so we can grow the company as fast as possible.
Co-Founder – STAIN SOLVER