Whatever Wednesday...FAN POST!!

Whatever Wednesday is when we explore all the different ways that Whatever spray can be used around the house. It is an amazingly versatile little workhorse and because it is so safe and friendly, the uses are endless. If you'd like to share the unique ways you use Whatever in your life, post a link in the comments or email me and tell me about it. kate at cleanhappens dot com

Better Life fan Christa, from over at the Thrifty Tickle, makes a hobby of giving new life to old things.  You know, reduce, reuse, recycle.  Green and frugal.  Here's what she wrote us...

"Is it just my imagination or does my bottle of Whatever look triumphant in front of the cushion it just cleaned?  This is part of a (filthy) settee/daybed thingie I picked up in a nearby alley and I'd love to do a guest post about cleaning it up!"

Check it...

whatever to the rescue

Let us know when it's all done! We'd love to see pictures of the final project!

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Since my ideas have already been corveed by others (vanilla and flowers), I started thinking outside the box (as they say).The least silly is putting a container of something nice smelling on a heat source like an old style TV or on top of the fridge. If it was warm enough it would activate the smells.Something a little sillier is to start baking ! There is nothing so yummy as the smell of freshly baked cinnamon rolls or an apple pie.What if you could invent something that would smell pretty when wet, but in a natural, healthy way. Like if you take a shower, when the humidity hit the paint on the walls they gave off a nice gentle smell.Or when the furnace (or air conditioner) kicks in the filter is embedded with a light lemony smell.For really silliness, if they could create a breed of dog or cat that would give off a nice smell when petted But on a more serious note, some people are highly allergic (myself included) to potpourri so I would be careful not to overdo it as it could trigger problems over time, or for visitors.


So. Yesterday just before bathtime, my four year old decided to pour himself some apple juice. Nothing like an entire pitcher of apple juice all over the kitchen floor. After sopping it up, I knew I needed to mop to prevent the stickies as well as ants, but I was feeling lazy and didn’t want to drag out the mop & bucket. So, I just sprayed some Whatever, rubbed it down with a rag and was done with it. No ants and no stickies. LOVE IT!

Melissa Nelson

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