November 19, 2011
November 18, 2011
Occasionally I may chose a product to review, and normally I'll pick something that I love such as clothing or handmade products. Something that excites me. Never did I think I would review a mop, but this was a must!! A
Last week I decided we needed a new mop for the kitchen floor. Living in a house with three kids, one man, and two cats I am in need of a mop that works really well.
When I saw that Proctor and Gamble, the maker's of the "Magic Eraser", had come out with a "Mr. Clean Magic Eraser Mop" I bought it without hesitation. Knowing how well magic erasers work I knew I had to try this mop.
The slogan on the packaging states "for sparking clean floors", and boy does this mop deliver on that promise. The padding held up well to vigorous scrubbing, and picked up grime that I didn't even know was there. There is a dramatic difference in how my kitchen floor looked before mopping, and after. I have to say I've never seen it this clean.
So my conclusion is that YES, I highly recommend this product. If you purchase this mop I assure you it will definately work it's "magic" on your floors too.
November 16, 2011
November 15, 2011
So now both sets are up for grabs on eBay for a 3-day auction. If you like them come and get them!
November 14, 2011
During the last 15 or so years things have changed. It seems as if the seasons have shifted, and at times become completely mixed up. The weather this fall has proven just that.
October 29, 2011 we had a little snowstorm. The problem was all those beautiful, colored leaves were still on the trees. Why was this a problem? It made all the branches so heavy that many broke right off the trees taking power lines with them. Most everyone lost power, some for weeks. And for the first time in my life trick-or-treat was postponed.
"Rare, deadly October storm hangs on in Northeast
A view of a pumpkin patch covered in snow is seen in Portsmouth, New Hampshire October 30, 2011." REUTERS/Adam Hunger
I believe everyone now has their power back, and we are enjoying a sunny day in the 60's. Shorts today, winter jackets tomorrow? You never know in New England...