We might be the last remaining people in the United States who have a sliding glass door. When we first moved into this house, we had to replace the original sliding door. It would have been the perfect opportunity to put in French doors......but no. I suppose we were counting our pennies and went with the least expensive route at the time, but I sure do regret that decision.
Not so much for the style issue, but for the groove issue.
The grooves in the track that holds the doors collect dirt like crazy! I am always picking leaves and clumps of dirt from the grooves, and vacuuming it with a skinny attachment every chance I get. Even when it's clean, it doesn't really look clean.
But I'm feelin' groovy today, and I'm going to tackle those tracks. Let's be groovy together and find anything with grooves that need attention.
Today's Small Thing is to get into the groove.
"Groove," you might say? "I don't got any groove."
Ha! That is no excuse. Everyone's got at lease SOME groove! Even a white girl from the midwest, like me, who was raised by Norwegian Lutherans. It's in there, just waiting to get out...so let it flow, baby.
Let's put on our thinking caps and totally find your grooves:
Car consoles (those things that hold change - yuk!)
Refrigerator water dispensers
Decorative edges on furniture
Rubber welcome mat
Computers- grooves all over the place, if you look
WOW! Girl, you got LOTS of groove! I'll bet I've only touched the tip of the iceberg....there's so much more just waiting to be discovered. Help us list even more grooves - and then get in there with Q-tips, brushes, cleaning cloths and vacuum attachments and bust a move.
You might want to break out the tie-dye T-shirt for this one. And sing "Feelin' Groovy" by Simon and Garfunkel...you know you want to.
for attacking at least ONE area groovy area
What grooves did you find? What attachments/tools did you use to clean them?