stop; don't throw away that expired saline solution
April 13, 2007 6:51pm CST
I was cleaning under a bathroon sink today, spring cleaning while it snows. I found an expired bottle of saline solution that I used to use for cleaning contacts. It was almost full, and since I needed to clean the sink anyhoo, I squirted some on a sponge and began wiping up the soap spots. Lo and behold, it did an excellent job of cleaning the sink amd the faucet, making the faucet shine with almost no effort. Of course it would be terribly expensive to buy saline solution for cleaning sinks, but here's a great use for the stuff that is too old for contacts.
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14 Apr 07
My daughter has bits at the bottom of her bottles she leaves around. I normally just throw it out. I go to buy new bottles to replace them. Now I have to try this with it. I am not going to wait till it gets old though. I have to see how this works. I don't know if it works for the light stuff. I want to try it on like maybe the grout around the tub. My sink is cleaned after each use. So I can't bother using it on the sink. Thanks for the great tip