Thursday, April 9, 2009

Free 'n Clear!

This is my bathroom mirror. What's so special about it? Well today, for once, it's clean! No spots, no streaks, no fuss, no muss, because I cleaned it with an amazing cleaner!

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Step 1: Take a navy shower and steam up your bathroom mirror.

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Anonymous said...

Thats exactly what I do! :-) (altough to be honest without the 'navy' part of the shower most days). I should probably not admit this - but I clean my whole house just with water and pieces of cut up old towels. Its amazng how well it works.

Theresa said...

Hee! Nicely done!

And that is a very cool print on your wall, too. :)

chaotic kitten said...

It looks lovely! All those high-tech products you used must have paid off!!

Amber said...

It's amazing what you can do with water and a little bit of elbow grease!

Thanks Theresa! The print is Paul Klee's Revolution of the Viaducts.