What Do You Do With Your Jig-A-Loo?
by Marilyn Mackenzie
I know, I know. You're about to hit the, "uh, oh, this is a dirty post" button, aren't you?
But it isn't. If you know me well, you know I don't write "dirty" posts.
Today in our local newspaper, there was a quick blurb about a "new" product. New to the US, that is. Our neighbors in Canada probably know all about it.
The short article in the Cincinnati Enquirer says:
Duct tape is a homieowner's dream because it can fix so many things, especially if you're in a pinch. An invisible lubricant from Canada has similar appeal.
Jig-a-Loo can silence squeaky doors and un-stick drawers.
Sounds a bit like our WD40...but...the article goes on:
It also repels water and prevents rust, so it can be used to clean lawn mower blades and prevent ice from sticking to shovels. The silicone-based spray goes on dry and is safe for wood, metal, leather, fabric and most plastics.
Sounds like that's better than our WD40, huh?
Of course, this "new" product is available at large discount retailers (you know the ones) and at hardware and and large home improvement stores (like the ones for which you can get gift cards).
So tell me. If you're from Canada and already using this, how do you Jig-a-Loo?
If you're not, will you rush out and buy this? How will you use it? Inquiring minds want to know. What will you do with your Jig-a-Loo?
Funny thing. Today I got a request to join a group for posting stupid things. I joined, of course, just so I could post this there.
Here's the group home, if you also have some stupid stuff to post: