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Have you ever had a sticky situation that was tough to describe? Messes are disgusting, but as parents we combat our fair share of them and may as well have a laugh! Head on over to the Clorox Ick-tionary website to find a list of common household messes created by other parents and see what Clorox products can help combat them.
The fun part about the Ick-tioinary is that you can also submit your own words! I submitted a term and definition to the website that is a common household mess that we deal with daily:
Table Scraps: The leftover food that remains stuck to the table after the kids have finished their meal.
Eww, right? But the most important thing is that we can laugh about the nasty messes later!
We use the Clorox Disinfecting Wipes after every meal to clean up the table. They are textured, so they are perfect for getting the messes that are stuck on good, and they cut through grease, so I use them to wipe off my stove and countertops. These wipes are great to keep around the kitchen, and in the bathrooms. I also use these to wipe off all of the door handles in our home regularly because they kill the cold and flu viruses. It’s so easy to just grab a wipe, and go through the house with it.
I’ve used the Clorox Disinfecting wipes for years now and just discovered that I can also clean my windows with them. For years I have tried to come up with ways to wash my windows where I didn’t have streaks. My best secret was to use crumpled newspaper along with the window cleaner to get a streak-free window. However, now I know that I can simply use a Clorox wipe.
I have a large glass door that often gets peppered with doggie nose prints. I grabbed my wipes, went outside, and cleaned off my window. To my surprise, it was streak-free! Pretty excellent in my opinion! Now I don’t have to worry about washing my hands free of the black print from the newspaper. 🙂
What are some of the terms that you can come up with around your house for the Clorox Ick-tionary?
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