Archive for the ‘Household Cleanup’ Category

How To Clean Scum Off Of Glass

March 17, 2010

In the recent months, we have discovered that we can use a rag, water, and some Odor-Z-Way to clean glass windows. With these three components combined, you can actually clean scum, water stains, etc. off of glass that would usually be very hard to get off. You also will get the glass much cleaner with less effort. Since Odor-Z-Way is environmentally safe, this entire process is done without any chemicals.

As I said before, you simply need a clean rag, some water, and Odor-Z-Way. You want to dampen your rag with water. You do not need the rag to be soaking wet. Next, add the Odor-Z-Way over the damp rag. You want to use enough Odor-Z-Way to where you can fill the palm of your hand with Odor-Z-Way. Now, start scrubbing your glass. You will notice that the water stains, scum, etc. are coming off very easily. Simply keep scrubbing the entire glass piece until the glass is clean. You will notice that the glass looks like it has been polished and there are no signs of streaks or other missed spots that commonly occur with other glass cleaners.

Odor-Z-Way is an abrasive product but not abrasive enough to scratch surfaces, such as glass. The water actually softens the Odor-Z-Way enough to where you can polish and remove impurities from the glass but not cause any defects to the glass. This is what allows you to get your glass so clean to where it almost looks like the glass is not even there. Another benefit of using Odor-Z-Way, is that the product is environmentally safe to use. Odor-Z-Way is not a product that is going to cause harm to the environment, you, your kids, or even your pets. The next time you have some glass that needs cleaned in your home, reach for Odor-Z-Way. I know you will be much more satisfied with Odor-Z-Way.

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Waste or Cleanup? Which would you choose?

February 26, 2010

We all know that the economy is not a very ideal place for the consumer all the way up to the manufacturer these days.  So, everyone that I know as well as everyone that you know are probably trying to find ways to cut back on costs.  In recent years our economy has been a throw away society.  By this, I mean that we buy something and if it gets a tear, a stain, anything, we throw it away.  This is not the case anymore.  We all must find ways to cut back on costs. 

The example I personally have is with the carpet in my home.  I had friends over for a small party and a couple of them got out of control and spilled some red wine on my carpet.  Of course, I did not find the spills until the next morning.  So, luckily I have a product called Odor-Z-Way that I use to get almost any stain out of my carpet as well as odors.  I dampened the stain, put the Odor-Z-Way over the stain, and rubbed the Odor-Z-Way into the stain with my foot.  I then let the stain dry and vacuumed up the area as the directions said to do.  Guess what?  The stain was completely gone.  My point to this entire story is that I could have easily said that I didn’t want to mess with it and called the carpet cleaner up to come clean my carpets, or, if my pockets were deep enough, I could have ripped my carpet completely up and replaced it.  Either way I was going to spend way more money that what I did to clean one spot.  I think I spent $10.00, put minimal effort into cleaning the spot, and saved my carpet and money.  I have found many other uses that this product has saved me money on as well, but this was my most expensive savings story that I could possibly have had. 

This is why I ask the question waste or cleanup?  Would you rather spend $10.00 to save your carpet, clothing, etc., or spend $50, $100, $1,000, $5,000 to replace your carpet, shirt, etc.  I leave it to you to decide what you would do.