that is a hazmat call waiting to happen.
the stuff is so unstable it has discolored the label with it’s vile seepage.
When I can’t get Formula 409 or Fantastik this works fairly well and it’s cheaper. However, this brand is hard to find. I bought this at Grocery Outlet in Seattle.
i take care of all my household cleaning needs with the natural choice, urine! comes out sterile with it’s own handy pump sprayer.
sometimes it takes a little extra elbow grease, but there is no tough baked-on grime that can’t be rinsed away leaving a piney-coffee aroma.
Well with all that in mind I guess I’ll have to wash my hands 22 times.
after suffering from horrible cuticle warts for years, a friend suggested i try a daily urine soak. within 3 months the warts were gone.
grocery outlet is like a time capsule,
it is not uncommon to find products that disappeared a decade or more ago from supermarket shelves. this, combined with the fact that they blast biblical elevator muzak and christian rock over the intercom has lead me to theorize:
grocery outlet trucks circulate the midwest and buy out bunker caches from doomsday cults, mormons, christians, republicans and/or ted nugent’s pantry and sell it as new.
shop as usual…..
Well dog my cats, nothing beats my diluted bleach formula for true scrubbing satisfaction.
It has been more than a year since I’ve seen this product at the Seattle Grocery Outlet. I’m wondering has anyone else seen or used this brand of spray cleaner?
but can this off beat brand clean dog juice off the orange carpet?
I agree, it probably doesn’t do such a good job on dog juice, particularly if the dog juice has completely dried.
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