>I hereby bequeath unto you my theory that with the exception of wood and leather surfaces, and entire home can be cleaned with Windex.
Windex is my cleaning solution of choice, although I do clean my toilet bowl with Scrubbing Bubbles. Though my Scrubbing bubbles don’t have googly-eyes and zoom around like the ones in the commercials do.
But yes, sinks, windows, faucets, baseboards, refrigerators, stovetops, toilet seats, sinks, nick-knacks, vases, clocks, picture frames, tea kettles (the exterior, of course), window panes, televisions, electronics, fireplace mantles, BBQ grills, patio furniture, lightswitch panels, basebard heaters, computer hardware, tlephones, lamps, miniblinds, microwaves, baby gates, doorknobs, cabinet handles, those glass bottles containing oil and vinegars, the outsides of dishwashers, stoves, washers, dryers…
I think I’ve run out of things that can be cleaned with Windex. I’ll more than likely come up with more later.
I do go through a shitload of paper towels though. I buy mine from Costco. As well as the Windex.
Swiffer dusters are the bomb too. Good for my bookcases, since I have a shitload of books. I wonder how many I have? Hell, I’m gonna go count them. BRB.
I have 374 books. Not counting magazines. My hasband has 56 in his office.
430 total. No wonder moving into this apartment was such a bitch. A lot of my books are theose enourmous art and history books. Damn. I have a lot of books.
Oops; just found another one. 431.
I think I should seek some counseling. I have a literary addiction. I am rapidly running out of room. I have stacks of books on top of the books on my bookcases. No wonder I’m sneezing all the time.
So, in the proceess of counting all of my books I realized how utterly dusty they are. I’m going to use up my remaining Swiffers.