Tuesday, November 11, 2008

um yeah... email me.

thanks for the free advice. you always know how to help a girl out.
now, those of you who offered recipes, email away - my inbox awaits (jessicamerickson@yahoo), as does my belly.
ok, one last bathroom question and then i'll leave you alone. does anyone have any tips for really tackling a fiberglass tub/shower surround without a scrub brush and some serious elbow grease? (i'm afraid my elbows are fresh out of grease.) nothing seems to do the trick unless i slave. last time i went lazy on the tub and just filled it up and dumped in a bunch of bleach and comet and hoped it would do something. yeah- kind of, but not really. (better than nothing, but there has to be a more effective solution.) ok. i promise no more solicitations. you guys are the greatest.


Anonymous said...

oven cleaner is the only way. You won't believe how well it works.

E-Train said...

Nothing works better than a Mr. clean magic sponge. You barely even have to scrub. I just pour Softscrub all over in the shower and then wipe it while I am taking a shower. We can't wait to see you guys at Christmas :)

brooke said...

I DETEST those nasty surrounds! We used to have one and it was the worst! A magic eraser does work but it still requires some elbow grease. I tried every spray known to man and none of them ever got it clean.

The Romer Family said...

Run, don't walk...to your nearest super store of choice and pick up a "Scrubbing Bubbles Action Scrubber". to see what it looks like in packaging, go here:


Seriously. do it. You still have to "wipe", but no elbow grease involved. Even my husband will clean the bathroom and our Suh-Weet fiberglass surround.

You won't regret it.

Tiffany Fackrell said...

I sent you an email with the zuppa tuscana soup on it, let me know if you don't get it. I will also put it on my recipe blog so you can always resort back to that!

the breadstick recipe is on that blog too, check it out, they are yummy and so so easy!