Friday, March 12, 2010

One easy payment, millions of uses! Buy before midnight tonight!

I know of a product that can disinfect your filthy surfaces, remove unsightly stains, make your laundry cleaner, kill pesky bugs in your garden, tenderize your meat, and so much more!

Sounds crazy, doesn't it? How can one simple product have so many uses?

Don't take my word for it! Try it yourself! You'll get a half gallon of this magical elixir for less than a gallon of gas! Yes, it's affordable!

And the benefits don't stop there, my friends!

Dilute this half gallon of product with water, and you can virtually watch your initial investment stretch even further!

I'm not pulling your leg, friend! Really! This product is economical, non-toxic, safe to the environment and all natural!

Now you're asking yourself - how does it work?

You don't need to be a scientist to understand the clear advantage of this product! I'm not going to get too technical, but corn alcohol combines with water and natural ingredients, ferments just a smidge and creates acetic acid, which then becomes this miracle liquid!

That's enough technical talk!

I know what you're wondering - what's the catch?

That's the great part about this product! There's no catch!

It has a storied, colorful history, jillions of uses, and it's completely natural!

I know this product sounds unattainable and revolutionary, and I can tell you've figured out that, after you have access to its many uses, you'll no longer need cleaning products for your home, dangerous pesticides for your yard! Spray a dilution of this product on your fruits and vegetables, and poof! They're clean, too!

And when diluted, each application costs you a fraction of a cent.

Too good to be true? Would I lie to you? No way!

This product is easy to find, no strings attached. It's called white distilled vinegar, and it's available in every grocery store across the land!

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You'll be glad you did!

1 comment:

  1. Really, nothing cleans wood floors like diluted vinegar. No sticky residue, and it's soooo inexpensive. Cute entry!