Good morning. Sneaking in a money saving tip here while I have got a minute. I don't like wasting water and will use it two or three times over to get the most use out of it.
Here we have a bowl of manky water. It started off as rinsing water after I washed my hair. Yes I prefer to use the sink for this job, one and a half kettles of boiled water is enough. If it is bath time I will hang my head over the bath and wash my hair before I immerse my whole body in the warm water, but in between times it's the sink.
Next I got a wiping cloth that I use for mucky jobs, a piece of old flannelette sheet, and wiped down the insides of the window frames in the whole house. At this point I will mention that I didn't add any cleaning agents to the water.
Then I wiped down the paintwork on some of the doors if they looked grubby. I wiped the inside of the front door in the porch, and some of the walls which are painted with gloss paint. It gets a bit of condensation in there.
Next I got down on my hands and knees and wiped the whole of the kitchen floor. It's got a vinyl covering and I want to keep it looking nice and clean. So there you go, one bowl of water, lots of job done. At this point I felt the water was too mucky to flush the loo with, so I chucked it down the drain. Now what did I do with those last Oxford photo's :o) Toodle pip.
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