You know you live in Phoenix when the cold-water faucet is hotter than the hot- water faucet. ~Author Unknown
Many of you were right about my new faucet! This is the new one. I like it better because the faucet swivels and also I can get things under it .Thanks so much for playing!! I also really enjoyed you compliments about my housekeeping, but I have a dark bathroom secret!! You see, a few years ago we got a glass shower door, and we cannot keep it clear and pretty at all! Phil started using the squeegee a couple times a week, but it would not keep up with the spotting. It is covered with water spots to the point of being really cloudy.And NO shower cleaner we have found will work!!! I just have to keep my fingers crossed that guests will not have to use our bathroom!! Here are pictures that Phil just took a few minutes ago. (my foot is still wrapped and I did not want to limp in there just for a short snap.) Here, for the first time, the world can see my awful shower door! I found this cleaning recipe on a blog and am going to try it, but I would love any ideas YOU have!!!
Here is the cleaning recipe I found, please let me know if you have any better ideas!
For shower doors, make a paste by adding a few drops of distilled white vinegar to a cup of baking soda; apply it directly to the door (it’s nice and thick, so it will stick). Let sit for an hour, then rub with a microfiber cloth. Rinse and buff dry with a fresh, dry microfiber cloth.
With that Moses raised his arm and slammed his staff against the rock—once, twice. Water poured out. Congregation and cattle drank.