This week, I didn’t accomplish any “fun” projects. I spent a lot of time cleaning, organizing, getting rid of junk…nothing exciting.
Although, I did use two new products that I would love to share with you!
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Starting with one that will be a “game changer” around here…
Fels-Naptha has been around over 100 years and it really works.
The reason I started using it, has to do with the other thing that has taken up most of my time lately…baseball!
Both of my boys are playing this spring and my husband is the head coach for my 5 year old’s team and the assistant for my 8 year old’s team.
I feel like I have been living at the baseball field lately! They are having a great time but their cute white baseball pants are SO hard to keep clean!
My neighbor recommended the soap so I gave it a try. I just wet the clothing, rubbed in some soap and threw the pants into the laundry.
Now if I had thought ahead of time, I would have taken a before and after picture.
You just have to trust me on this…it really works well! I have noticed that the really stubborn stains sometimes take a second round of cleaning but overall, I have been really happy with the results!
During my cleaning frenzy this week, I also tried another product which I highly recommend…
The Turbo Snake Drain opener!
Now if you have long hair like me, you probably have problems with your drain getting clogged.
To clean my drain in the past, I have tried shoving a hanger down the drain and I have also tried pouring in vinegar and baking soda. My husband swears by the harsh drain cleaners but I try to avoid them unless absolutely necessary.
Unfortunately, none of those really work that well anyway.
Rather than call a plumber, this time I tried the Turbo Snake and it worked really well!
Simply, put the velcro end down the drain, twist it around a bit and then pull up all the disgusting debris.
(This photo is re-enactment since I didn’t want to expose you to the horrible gunk being pulled up!)
It was a pretty gross job to do but I was happy with the results and now the clog is gone!
Hopefully, these tips can help make your life a little easier!
Did you come across any great tips or products this week?
Which reminds me, can anyone recommend a good shampoo/conditioner for baby-fine hair? (I have been unhappy with everything I have tried recently)…Thanks!