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Old 04-28-2009, 02:21 PM   #1
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Old 05-06-2009, 02:57 PM   #2
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lol! Definately felt like that before!

FYI - There is a fairly newer product out for mildew in the shower that works amazingly! It is Tilex mildew root cleaner. I have used several of the Tilex products over the years and they work fair but the cleaner that has the words "mildew root" on it is great. I have to spread the word when I find a good cleaner.
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Me too and thanks for the tip on mildew root cleaner.
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lol! Definately felt like that before!

FYI - There is a fairly newer product out for mildew in the shower that works amazingly! It is Tilex mildew root cleaner. I have used several of the Tilex products over the years and they work fair but the cleaner that has the words "mildew root" on it is great. I have to spread the word when I find a good cleaner.

Last time I used Tilex, was on my cat Tonka, because I thought it was flea spray and grabbed the wrong bottle!! Talk about panicking!! He actually sat very still and let me rinse his back where I had sprayed him, after I realized my mistake, with warm water. That for him, was very unusual.

I called my vet to see if there was anything else I could do and she said no, I did just fine and he would be fine and at least, we would not have to worry about him developing any mildew and...she was right!!
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Last time I used Tilex, was on my cat Tonka, because I thought it was flea spray and grabbed the wrong bottle!! Talk about panicking!! He actually sat very still and let me rinse his back where I had sprayed him, after I realized my mistake, with warm water. That for him, was very unusual.

I called my vet to see if there was anything else I could do and she said no, I did just fine and he would be fine and at least, we would not have to worry about him developing any mildew and...she was right!!

Woweee, tilex on the cat? lol Glad we can laugh about it now but I bet you were freaking out when it happened..lol.
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Woweee, tilex on the cat? lol Glad we can laugh about it now but I bet you were freaking out when it happened..lol.

You bet I was Jessu and I think Tonka knew it otherwise, he would have never sat still for me to wash him down, and I mean he just sat in the sink on his own. I didnt have to hold him in place of get help from Gene either. Smart cat and he never did get moldy either!
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You bet I was Jessu and I think Tonka knew it otherwise, he would have never sat still for me to wash him down, and I mean he just sat in the sink on his own. I didnt have to hold him in place of get help from Gene either. Smart cat and he never did get moldy either!

No mold huh? Well now, that must be one fine product..lol!!
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