The only problem I have with bleach is that it will splash onto everything, even if you are very careful. I can't tell you how many blouses and pants I have ruined because of tiny splashes you don't see. You will splash on curtains and towels in the bathroom. I have given up on using bleach as a cleaner.That is why I take down all the towels before cleaning the bathroom. They are usually in the washing machine as I clean. I also wear the grubbiest of grubbies when I clean the house. I would be so embarrassed if some one came to the door on Friday's when I was cleaning.Another item I forgot about was a pumis stone. Our house is over 30 years old and the toilets are the orginal ones. I have a friend who does housecleaning as her business and she uses the pumis stone in the toilet bowl. I was a little learly at first that it might scratch the toilet, but it really works great for those really built in stains that even bleach won't get rid of. You can get them at the grocery store, it is a gray retangle about two inches by about 5 inches. Utahtea
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