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Old 06-01-2006, 05:27 AM   #15
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Sandy you know that actually happened at my husbands office. This poor man was blown off the toilet in the mens room on the 16th floor. A water main broke behind the toilet and blew him clean off and out into the bathroom with his pants around his ankles. What a mess water everywhere. The story is very funny but I really felt sorry for the poor man who was a customer. Can you imagine his story!!!

I use the lysol spray for cleaning the bathroom. I keep some softscrub just in case but it is a rare occasion when it is used. I have a porcelain toilet and corian sinks so that is not as easy to mar as the plastic. I would think that anything that is safe for septic tanks and the seals should be ok. I also use the miracle cloths and I have a miracle mitt designed just for wiping down the shower. When you use it the shower requires little cleaning. A very good purchase!

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Old 06-01-2006, 05:52 AM   #16
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I don't think that it is the candle warmers that are dangerous it is the Glade Plug Ins that get over heated and cause fires. We got an email on this. If any one has heard of the candle warmers overheating please let me know. I have several of them.

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Old 06-01-2006, 03:36 PM   #17
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I like the renuzit stickups and room air fresheners. With 5 kids, I don't burn candles too often. The stickups are great to stick behind closet doors and under shelves. The ones that are cone shaped are great to stick anywhere. You can open them wide or narrow to control the strength. I have them in my kids room and they are great in the camper as well. No flame and no risk of fire.

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Old 06-04-2006, 11:15 AM   #18
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For a nice smell in the RV. Place a 1/2 teaspoon of cinnimon in a pie pan and heat it on a burner. It gives that grandmothers house smell. This is what my GM used to do as an air freshiner(sp).
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Old 06-28-2006, 03:50 AM   #19
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i use the lysol disinfectant wipes at home and they work great in the TT! every surface comes back smelling nice and since it gets 1/2 as dirty as the house does on a daily basis, i find they are efficient to boot!

in regards to having the TT smell nice, we do 3 things...1, leave dryer sheets in your clothes, mattresses (under sheets) and in your drawers (they also keep away mice and most spiders during storage), 2, we use febreze on the curtains and sofa/dinette pieces for a nice pick me up after a soggy/humid day and 3, we use swiffer mops on the lino floors, so the smell from those really sticks for a quite a while. it's really easy to keep the TT smelling clean...now if i could just figure out how to get it all to work on my sweaty husband and teen son...

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