Monday, April 7, 2008

The New Man in My Life


First things first.
My apologies for being a terrible/horrible/horrendous blogger.
I have been busy as hell, and when I do find a free moment, I'm a total slacker.
So, for those of you who have checked this blog faithfully, I want to say thanks, and, sorry. I hope to be a little bit better about posting.

In other news, I want to talk about my new man.
Mr. Clean.

Sure, you've used his liquid cleaners. But, ask yourself:
Have I tried the Mr. Clean Magic Eraser yet?

If your answer was "No," you need to get real. Because you are working too hard to clean your shit.

My bathroom was in really bad shape.
And when I say really bad shape, I mean, there was shit growing in there that I was afraid would spore out and make new colonies in my hair, skin, and mouth.

Bathing loses that refreshing feeling when you step out of the shower feeling dirtier than when you stepped in.
So, when we invited friends, and their baby, over for dinner, it was time to get down to the nitty-gritty. After all, I didn't want to be responsible for infecting our friend's child with a wild-mold-spore disease.

I got the Mr. Clean Magic Eraser and did practically nothing except wave it over the nasty film of my tub, sink, and shower walls. And, as if Jesus were there waving his hands over my bathroom, blessing its near-damned soul, it was clean.

Go buy the Magic Eraser.
Like the holy gift of the ATM, you will wonder how you functioned in society before this product existed.

3 comments:

pinknest said...

hahaha, i have been WONDERING if this eraser works!!! so i'm so excited you have tested it because i have a big cleaning coming up.

judy said...

Also, if you have a white iBook and you're really careful, it will completely erase the sweat skuzz that accumulates when you use your computer as much as I do. Just make sure it's not that wet so you don't drip water down into your keyboard.

brightshinyworld said...

yes, Judy! I too have used it for ibook sweat scuz... miraculous! Mr. Clean is amazing, but as I move more towards, hmm, someday i would love to bless this funky fabulous apartment with the pitter-patter of little feet... something like 5 years from now of course... i wonder about building up those bizarre and confusing chemicals in my body (now more so than the mold-mildew-fungus colonies i previously obliterated)... wondering if Chlorox's new line of "organics" or even Method cleaners work as well? because they sure smell lovely...