Sunday, January 27, 2008

... Cleaning Tips

I love to clean. I realize that's strange, but it's true none-the-less. I feel more peaceful when things are organized and orderly. I used to own a cleaning business and have spoken at seminars sharing my expertise. Years later, people still come up to me to say that they're happy with my product selections & advice and they think of me when they clean. A funny compliment, but I'll take it. :)

Well, I recently found a great way to clean the grime off my computer screen. As a photographer who stares at details on the screen all day, I find a clean monitor pretty helpful. Those of you who have kids will likely appreciate this even more. It's called Screen Clean. If you try it, let me know how it works for you.

10 comments:

Jennifer said...

Michelle, where can you get it? As someone with small children my screen is always covered in little finger prints and smudges. I would love to try it!

Jennifer

Michelle said...

Hey Jennifer,

You can click on the link to find it. I liked it to the words "Screen Clean".

Catherine said...

Haha! Cute.

Ginger said...

ha ha! stinker, I actually was getting excited about something that really works!

Anonymous said...

Michelle, you're a wierdo...like to clean...that's crazy talk!
Give Jeffy a kiss from his Aunt Carrol...

Jessica Rockey said...

Wow! That's cleaning green... all natural! Love it! Remember cleaning that house down in sandbridge?

We need to hang out and watch 'Buster' get his hand eaten by the seal with the bowtie.

"I love those lil snappy, leathery heads"

Lizzy said...

soooo funny! BTW, I love to clean too...it's totally therapeutic (sp?) for me!! ;o)

Judy said...

Ha ha! Good tip.

Michelle said...

hehe. I thought I'd slip a trixy one in there. ;-)

Carrol- glad to!

Jessica- I'm ready when you are!

chad said...

Hi Michelle,
It has been probably almost 20 years since I have talked to you it is me Chad. My mom sent me the link to your blog. I just wanted to say hello. I am looking at getting into digital photography and I was wondering if you had any tips or advice.

Chad Fogal