DIY Goo Gone Gunk Remover by One Good Thing by Jillee
I tend to spend a lot of time trying futilely to get goo off of many items, I love this great homemade, less toxic solution to my dilemma ~Tara
Goo Gone is supposed to work on about a million different surfaces and stains but it’s a rather harsh substance! It can cause eye and skin irritation, headaches, nausea, and in extreme cases liver and kidney damage. Yikes! So I was excited to try something that might be a more natural substitute.
ABOUT JILL: She started her website in June of 2011 and has enjoyed a meteoric rise in readership since that time. She attributes this success to savvy readers that desire to enrich their lives while recognizing the need to conserve time, money and resources. Her background in broadcast journalism and television talk show production have proved to be the perfect compliment for her blogging career and website mantra: “Sorting through the beautiful clutter of life to find that One Good Thing each day and sharing it with you.”
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