Cleaning Tools to Keep by the Sink
The following "tools" I keep at or near my sink and use regularly:
Toothbrush (old) - For extra scrubbing in hard to reach places.
Nut pick - For crevices where the toothbrush won't work. Like the edges of a Pyrex casserole.
Cotton swabs - Reach into small bottles. (I used to deal in antiques and collectibles, and these are great for small items.)
Pipe cleaners - Similar use to the swabs, but can be bent to reach into shoulders of a bottle. Also, they fit through a smaller opening than the swabs.
Showing: Comments Sort : Relevance Newest Oldest Most Helpful Least Helpful Relevance January 25, 2002 0 found this helpful
We also keep the baby wipes in the car for Insect Bites & Stings.Once a bee flew in & stung my Mom.
I gave her a wipe, she used it on the sting & it brought the sting way down in a hurry.
January 26, 2002 0 found this helpful
I was in Petsmart and noticed they have "doggie wipes" for wiping dander, grime, etc off your dog especially good to do in winter in lieu of a bath. I liked the idea and will buy baby wipes (cheapest ones) because I am sure they will be cheaper than "doggie wipes".
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