I did not intend to order the Purple Rags
when I bought my feather duster. After all, I have loads of microfiber cloths and I couldn't imagine that the Purple Rags could be any better. But, for ten bucks, I thought, what the heck, I will give them a try.
When they arrived, I was surprised by the fabric. It was not the kind of fabric that one would think was appropriate for a cleaning rag. In fact, it kind of reminded me of party dress material. Odd, I thought. So, they sat on the desk for two weeks.
Then, I attempted ONCE AGAIN to clean the flap on the dog door with cleanser and spray-on bleach but, ONCE AGAIN to no avail! Suddenly, I thought it was time to put those Purple Rags
to the test. Amazingly, that flap looks brand new and I only used the Purple Rag
with tap water! That flap is twelve years old and was covered in black, tar-like smut. Over the years, nothing has budged that gunk.
Now, in addition to my shiny sink, I have a shiny dog door. Even DH is now a FlyLady convert! I can't imagine how you came up with the fabric for those Purple Rags
but I am sure glad you did! Thanks for all that you do for us.
FlyBaby T in Myrtle Beach
FlyLady here; I would love to see a picture of this shiny doggy door. I have cleaned a door like that once when my son sold his house. It took forever. That was ten years ago! I wish purple rags
were around then.