Tang that is Clean

February 17, 2012 in DIY

Do you recognize this packaging? Apparently its pretty good juice. I’ve never tried though to know.

Now you’re wondering why I have an open box if I don’t drink it.

Simple, I have bigger and better plans for it. I picked up this box at our local dollar store for $1.

Let me tell you first that our water is neither hard nor soft, and has just the right amount of iron. Sounds weird to me, but the salesmen didn’t make a sale in telling me this so I figure there has to be some truth to it right? The just the right amount of iron part makes for a mess in our toilet, we have nasty green lines that I haven’t figured out how to get rid of yet, and nasty green/brown/orange in our kettle like so:

Add 1-2 tbsp of Tang to water, boil. And it looks like new again.
You clean your dishwasher right? Do you pay for the somewhat expensive dishwasher cleaner? I have, and they work. But even on sale with a coupon, I didn’t like spend that kind of money on it. So I go to thinking and looking through my cupboards. 
Eww right? Can’t believe my dishes were suppose to be coming clean in there.
I filled the soap dispenser with Tang ran it on the hottest setting.
So much better. Why didn’t I think of this before?
(There was no staining in my dishwasher nor kettle or any other appliance from the Tang.)
My Hubby likes to drink Tang so I have to hide it when I buy it. It makes me wonder what is in it that it cleans this well, and what it does to your insides. I guess you could say “food for thought”.