Wednesday, 17 December 2008

My Dirty Secret


I know it's rather sad to post about boring old cleaning ... but blogs are all about sharing, and I can't show you my crafty activities because they are presents and people are watching.

So I'm going to tell you about this instead.


It's called "Spotless"

It's amazing. It has only 5 natural ingredients. It is so gentle that you can use it without marigolds, and yet things like grease and limescale positively run away from it with just a wave of your cloth. Effortlessly gleaming stainless steel is what you get with Spotless. It cleans windows too. And baths, sinks, plastic ... infact, it cleans anything that needs cleaning. And it's cheap as chips. A nurse recommended it to me once, and since then, i've never been without a pot. Except when Mr Marmalade threw one away, but that's a different story, and something he lived to regret, even when eventually I found a new pot.

Edit: I think this Spotless stuff might be the same or similar to Kitty's Astonish (see comments), and it is available direct from JML products direct (click on 'new pot' above) .. It used to be sold in Sainsbury's and Homebase but I'm not sure if it is now as I haven't been for a while!

8 comments:

the flour loft said...

just what i need... i hope it smells better than my vinegar!

Daisie said...

I must confess to being a bit of a cillit bang freak and use it for everything but maybe a pot of spotless will be on my christmas wish list!?
xxx

Kitty said...

I have a cleaning paste-type cleaner called 'Astonish' which is natural and biodegradable. I wonder if they're the same thing?

x

driftwood said...

I wonder if it would work on my oven, if you could just pop round and demonstrate it for me that would be great.

Primrose Corner said...

I'm with 'Driftwood' - do you demo's? You know my mother is coming over don't you.... (sigh!) :)

jellybelly*jellybrain said...

Oooh - you're as sad as me, talking about cleaning on your blog!
I discovered Bar Keeper's Friend - see my blog for a photo of my IMMACULATE oven door!!

melissa said...

ok ok you've convinced me! But where can I buy it - you haven't posted a link... :(

peppermintpatcher said...

I wonder if it is the same thing as 'gumption' here.