Cleaning With Used Cling Sheets!?!?!

I have always wanted to find a use for old used cling sheets because I really don't like throwing them away. With a little help from my friend google, I figured out that you can use them to clean your faucets. WHAAA?
Yup....it is what you think it is!
BEHOLD the magical used cling sheet!!! I imagined that in a very loud booming voice.
This is kind of a half way photo.
I used a tiny bit of water scrubbed and here is the finished result.
This is the finished product.
You can see that it is much more shiny, as opposed to the incredibly dull earlier finish.
So I learned that something that is used, can once again have a new use. I know this is simple and that many may already know about this but I did want to share because I think it is kind of cool!

first time really using hashtag. :-P

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  • Grasshopper
    Grasshopper
    on Apr 15, 2016

    What in the world does 'poliding' mean?????????????????

    • Gal8593216
      Gal8593216
      on Mar 1, 2017

      In an art catalogue they have polishing round sort of things . The word poliding is used. I am no wiser :)

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  • Mj
    Mj
    on Aug 20, 2019

    They are all so great to wash your car with when you have smashed dried bugs on it. Just use it for the washrag when you are washing the car where the dead dry bugs are.. Softens the shell and they come off easily ! I use a brand new one, not a used one though.

  • SANDI
    SANDI
    on Aug 6, 2020

    great for cleaning baseboards

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