Sunday, November 18, 2007

NaBloPoMo Day #16&17!

I'm struggling to stay awake right now at 9:30 pm, but as I've not Nablopomo'd in a few days I need to do some catching up.

I got my hair cut the other day and it is kind of along the lines of Posh Beckham's, short in the back, longer in the front. I like it. Today as I was styling my hair I thought it would be a good idea if I could find the nozzle attachment to my hairdryer that I had misplaced about 3 months ago. It wasn't in the usual drawers, but then I had this brainstorm that maybe it had fallen down behind the bathroom drawers. Sure enough when I pulled the bottom out I found the attachment. But I also found a months supply of Efferdent! I've got all my teeth, and as far as I know, Greg has all his so they must have been left over from the previous owners. I was going to pitch them in the garbage but then something twigged that Efferdent can be used in a variety of other ways!

*Clean a toilet bowl. Drop several Efferdent tablets into the toilet bowl, scrub, and flush.
*Polish diamonds. Drop one Efferdent tablet in a glass of water and immerse diamonds for two minutes.
*Clean a Thermos bottle. Fill the bottle with water, drop in three Efferdent tablets, and let it soak for an hour or longer if necessary.
*Unclog a sink. Drop several Efferdent tablets into the sink and let it sit overnight.
*Clean a vase. To remove a stain from the bottom of a glass vase or cruet, fill with water and drop in one Efferdent tablet.
*Clean hubcaps. Drop one Efferdent tablet into a glass of water, use a cloth to apply the fizzing solution to the hubcabs, and wash clean with water.

Who knew?! I did clean my rings today with Efferdent, and I have to tell you, it did a fantastic job!
It also turns the toilet water a nice shade of blue and smells pepperminty!
I got the info about Efferdent and other uses for regular household products Here.

In other news, the weather was cold but with beautiful sunshine today.
Buddy had fun chewing a bone in the leaves

And Mao fell asleep in the kitchen window with the sun shining on his back. How he sleeps standing up, I'll never know!

1 comment:

Kristi said...

Who knew Efferdent had so many uses! My rings are filthy. I should pick some up.

And those pictures? Adorable!