Superhero Stain Remover

S-32 SPOT AND STAIN REMOVER

S-32 Spot and Stain Remover safely removes spots and stains from garments, upholstery, draperies, carpets, and vinyl materials.

Use S-32 to safely remove:
 

  • Grease
  • Baby Formula
  • Oil
  • Blood
  • Perspiration
  • Medicines
  • Tar
  • Lipsticks
  • Shoe Polish
  • Cosmetics
  • Most inks
  • Crayons
  • Pencil
  • Smoke Film
  • Pet Stains
  • Beverages
  • Food
  • Juices
  • Glue
  • Adhesives
  • Tobacco
  • Mildew Stains

Note: The above photo and information were taken from http://resourceonefl.com/112/products-and-services/s-32-spot-and-stain-remover

I cannot believe that I have not posted about this product before now-almost seems sinful not to share it with the world. Being a Mom and a pet owner, stains are just part of everyday life around here, and I was tired of spending money on stuff like Resolve (sorry Resolve) and other stain removers that barely even faded the stain. So, I set out a mission to find a good, reliable stain remover. My approach was this: Buy one stain remover each week until try every stain remover on the market until I find a “the one.” It just so happened that the very first one I tried was IT! I purchased S-32 Spot and Stain Remover from Publix for just a couple of bucks. Yes, it works, and it is cheap! Even bigger score!! They normally have it on the laundry aisle near the other stain removers (top shelf). I remember the first thing I tried it on-grape juice. It was like magic-the stain disappeared-not faded-disappeared. Grape juice, ya’ll! Mom bliss! Now, it gets better than that…I have also used it on those old, dried up, ground-in stains, and it has worked very well. If you’re like me, and you like cheap and effective when it comes to cleaning products, you oughtta give this one a try.

Organic, Gluten-Free Deliciousness AND Convenience!!

 

Cheese Enchilada
Time for another product review, and I am REALLY excited about this one! Well, trying to go gluten-free is surely the equivalent to laying down the crack pipe. Well, at least for me, anyway. I mean, gluten is DELICIOUS!! Not to mention the fact that living a crazy hectic lifestyle adds to the challenge. I have been attacking the whole going glutenless thing one piece at a time. One major challenge I had was finding something for a quick, easy meal. Now, I have this impression that most packaged, gluten-free meals are also delicious-free. But, I was on a mission to do this GF thing. So, I went out on a limb and tried this meal I found at Publix. I had it tonight, and it was SO, SO good. The flavor was good and believe it or not, it tasted fresh! The most surprising part is that the TEXTURE was also good-GF with a nice texture, huh? I highly, highly recommend that you try this if you are going GF or are GF-or even if you just want a quick, delicious meal. They also make several other meals (some GF and some not). The last thing about this I LOVED was that it was MSG/preservative-free. For me, often times, I find something that is GF but loaded with preservatives. So, this little gem of a find excites me. I dream of a day when all food is this healthy and delicious….

Pig Tails and Booty Shorts

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(Photo credit: Wikipedia)

O.K., since when do booty shorts and pig tails go together? I did a little retail scanning today in search of a couple of things I needed for my daughter, and while I was in the store, I noticed that there were no shorts any longer than the cheek of the booty! My daughters are 11 and 12, and this was one of those “tween” specialty stores where, if you’re 21 and still buying clothes there, well..it’s time to move on, know what I mean? So, why would there be shorts in there that could nearly get a grown woman arrested?? I am actually a bit conflicted on this, to tell the truth. One half of me says, “Heck, on a girl that young, they’re just freakin’ cute and what harm does it do? Plus, it’s something they can ‘get away with’ while they’re young and it’s still just ‘cute.'” The other half of me says, “Yeah, but they are at the age of hormones and boys, and <insert gag sound> what if it caused grown men to look at their little hineys??!!” Well, I also think, “What else are they gonna wear? That’s all that’s out these days! But I don’t want to be held hostage by my culture, by a bunch of retailers who don’t know the first thing about parenting, about bringing up girls…I don’t WANT my daughter lookin’ like she’s on the payroll at the Nair company doin’ a “take 3” for the latest commercial. I mean, I even saw some “little girl” booty shorts the other day that were called “shorty shorts,” as if adding the cute little “y” to the end made it all innocent and little girl-like. ” O.K., so, yes, all of this goes on in my noggin just after drifting through Aeropostale…So, you mean to tell me that there is NO happy medium between pig tails and booty shorts? I mean, I don’t need for my daughter to look like she’s 7, still wearing a smocked dress with pig tails in her hair, but come on…booty shorts?

pigtails

pigtails (Photo credit: alandberning)