can’t stop buzzing aboutthe tagliolini with one farm egg at cantinetta, bellevue.
brieflyLove food, cocktails, wine, cheese...in that order. I'm more savory than sweet, but don't be fooled; savory can be treacherous for the waistline. Therefore, I run. Every day is spent living the life I love.
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favorite cleaning products
Mrs. Meyer’s All Purpose Cleaner
Rock Doctor Granite Cleaner
Murphy Oil Soap
Weiman Stainless Steel Cleaner
Bar Keepers Friend
Weiman Gas Range Cleaner
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Glitsa clean or Woodwise, those are both good no-rinse hardwood cleaners.
Just a heads up, don’t use Murphy’s oil soap on your hardwood floors. It leaves soap residue. If you ever want to refinish them down the road you will know why.
Signed, Kim (Sarah S’s mom)
Just in case you were wondering who reads your blog. Love the daily pictures and have made a few of the recipes. Thanks.
Thanks for the info. I actually always clean with the soap and then ‘rinse’ the floors with clean water so there is no residue. But out of curiosity, what does the residue due to the floor? Does it just cause buildup? I rinse to get rid of the soap film but also because I don’t want anything eating through the finish. I need to get the floor refinished in the kitchen soon – so many little dents and scratches.
Gums up the sanding equipment making it much harder and messier to refinish flooring. Best to use a no-rinse type product, also soap residue usually attracts dirt so you are probably seeing your floor getting dirty quicker. Just a suggestion…..
What’s something good you’d suggest?