Showing posts from May, 2015

Chuck Peterson - Mister P Just Took Me To School

Life is some kinda weird. The first time I met Chuck Peterson was at a backyard concert with some Finnish musicians hosted by some friends. Chuck had undergone surgery and treatment for Stage 4 cancer in his esophagus. At that point Chuck was looking pretty damn good and doing pretty well. At that point Cliff was waiting to find out what was going on in his throat. My throat cancer story is on this here blog. Chuck's story is on his blog: Chuck Peterson's Blog Let me boil some things down. 1. Chuck is one amazing guy. 2. I am fortunate to have known him, however briefly. 3. Chuck is not going to be amongst us for very much longer. In the last few days it was revealed that cancer had beaten up Chuck's liver and he does not have long. Chuck did not miss a beat - just hours after hearing THAT news, Chuck lay in his hospital bed expressing concern for the pain and discomfort that a mutual friend of ours must be experiencing since chipping several teeth in a bicycle mishap. …

Stuff That Works - A Review of e-cloth Deep Clean Mop

I am very pleased to review the e-cloth Deep Clean Mop. Here is a product that does exactly what it says it will do. Cleans your floor quickly, effectively and easily using WATER. No chemicals, waxes, sprays, potions or SMELL. I noticed a brand new e-cloth sitting in our laundry room for a couple of weeks. Yesterday, Julie was out with a couple friends and I decided to take it for a test drive. Pretty simple instructions: Get the head of the mop wet and wring out the excess. Mop in an S-shape and maintain the same leading edge. That is so you don't turn the mop head around which causes a lot of what you have cleaned up to come off the head. BINGO - works like a champ on our dark, laminate floor.
Did I mention we have two cats and a professional hair producing Beagle-thing? Otter is a great dog, but she throws off more hair than you can imagine. The e-cloth mop got all the hair from ALL three animals as well as the dirt. When Julie returned she was pleased. Not only was she happ…