Whatever Wednesday: The Scarlet Stain Edition

Whatever Wednesday is when we explore all the different ways that What-EVER! 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 What-EVER in your life, post a link in the comments or email me kate at cleanhappens dot com and tell me about it.

There is one sound that is sure to fill me with dread. Well actually, it's the lack of sound. You know that movie that has that robot that learns how to more efficiently destroy things by watching people? Yeah. That's Eleanor. I had an eerie feeling the other day when I was putting on my make up. Just out of the corner of my eye, I could see Eleanor watching me apply my lip stain. I could see the gears working. I knew destruction would not be far behind.

She attacks when I am at my most vulnerable. She knows that when I sitting down to nurse the baby, she can pretty much do whatever the hell she wants because I'm stuck. That's when I heard or didn't hear trouble. Someone (not naming any names *cough* Mr. Frowzy *cough* so don't worry) left the gate to the upstairs open.  I followed the trail and found her.


Why Yes, those big blue eyes do get her out of a lot of trouble.


Luckily the lip stain was only on the porcelain toilet and not on the walls. The What-EVER cleared up the mess pretty quickly. We are all friends here, so do not make any comments about my grout. It is not National Frowzy Grout Cleaning Day. Granted that particular holiday only comes around every 3-4 years, but it was definitely not today.

After What-EVER

I wish that Eleanor cleaned up as easily as the toilet. But, alas, she did not. It is called lip STAIN after all. It took several days (and baths) for it to fade from her skin. And even with a healthy spraying of What-EVER, most of it came out of her shirt, but there are still a couple of faint red marks.

Life with a diabolical 2 year old.

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1 comment

Oh, but it does look as if your little artist had fun!! Good clean-up, What-EVER! and mom . . .

Mary Garrett

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