Most of life these days consists of sharing amazing stories of the cleaning power of phosphorous or TSP, which the government is trying to ban just to make life miserable for us with the excuse that doing so will make for happier fish (who are probably down there eating on clean plates and drinking from clear crystal). A friend washed his old running shoes, and, to his amazement, they came clean. He is a runner and now he will saved hundreds of dollars in future running shoe purchases. Another friend is thrilled to be wearing white tee shirts again. I delight in re-washing in the sink things that came from the local laundry and reveling in the dirty sink water the washing leaves behind. Another friend is considering holding a dinner party now that his family’s dishes are clean for the first time in a year. And so on it goes. It’s a new clean life with a box of TSP.
Karen DeCoster has a hilarious post about Amazon’s reporting of what people who buy TSP also bought. Ron Paul’s books are among the items!
If you have purchased TSP in recent days, consider yourselves super lucky to be among the few, the proud, the clean.