I mixed up both bottles using the recommended amounts. Then I did a little cleaning but wasn't impressed.
Sunday and Today changed my impression greatly. Sunday I noticed some places on my storm door that needed cleaning. I grabbed the Bright Side glass cleaner I had made and used it. The glass was so shiny in those spots that I had to do the entire glass door. ha ha.
Today, I was making a hearty vegetable soup in the crockpot - (this is mostly for my mom since she loves soups and I need to get her to eat more. ) For some reason I moved something on the counter and noticed an ugly spot - water didn't get it off. Hmmmm.... So I pulled out the Time to Shine cleaner and sprayed it. Mmmm..it smells so nice! I started moving more things on the counter and did a good bit of cleaning with the product. Every spot came up and the counter really does shine. I love that the ingredients are all natural and safe. The only thing in there I wouldn't want to put in my mouth is the castile soap. The essential oils in dilution are safe -in fact I use my cinnamon essential oil and my oregano essential oil in cooking.
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I have spun some yarn and done a bit of weaving lately but not much sewing. Here are some of my "results."
|Yarn, spun and plied. It makes me think of spring, flowers and berries and limeade|
|The current warp I made and put on my loom. |
A couple of friends have named it "Ribbon Candy"
|A warp to go on my loom as soon as I finish the one above|
|Fabric I am weaving on the current warp on my loom.|
|More of the above fabric|
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