Monday, November 30, 2009

I've messed it up...again!

Why is it that every time I try to change my template to something different I end up deleting everything? I know, I know...I should've saved before I changed. So, thus the temporary blurp on my blog page.
I had a blog all ready for "Man that Works? Monday" and then, of course, I deleted it. Mommy brain strikes again.
I wanted to tell you all about my new-found love, other than Vodka of course...Lemi-Shine dishwasher detergent. We have absolutely horrible-no good-rotten water in Shelby and our house in particular does not have soft water. My glass wear looked horrible with hard water stains. It was caked with white residue after I ran the dishes through the washer. I had tried everything. I read that polishing your glassware with white toothpaste would do the trick...WRONG. Plus, it takes way too much time. I thought I was doomed for chalked-white glasses until my grandma introduced me to Lemi. My glasses (and all other dishes, mind you) look like BRAND NEW! Plus, it doesn't just work in the dishwasher, it works for anything that hard water has got the best of (toilets, sinks, tubs). It makes my heart pitter patter to unload the dishwasher and see such sparkleness. L-O-V-E I-T. Try it.


Janna said...

My goodness each week I think these are geared just for me!! I've tried out so many dish detergents, the only one doing a decent job was cascade with bleach action or something, but it is also the most expensive. Where do you get lemi-shine, I don't think I've ever seen/heard about it. And do you have any idea why my dishwasher has a lingering sulphur smell (really bad when it heats up). And we have Lincoln water. I'm baffled.

Janna said...

Never mind, I followed your link. ;o)

Tiffany said...

Janna-my grandma found it at walmart, I found it at our local grocery!

3cookieday said...

I'm going to try it!! We have soft water and my glasses are still crusty. Thanks, Tiffany!