Are you still in a rut on what to give your MIL or favorite aunt this Christmas?! Fret not, because Grandma’s Secret is out! These highly recommended products will surely be an added arsenal to any
woman donya who generally has everything.
According to the very fab Tin Dychiao, she discovered Grandma’s Secret Spot Remover in New York, which she candidly shared in this post. Thanks to Tin, we are all in on Grandma’s Secret!
We have an on-going joke within my family that when you’re wearing white, you cannot eat Filipino spaghetti. But with the Spot Remover, there’s no need to worry about the tomato sauce ruining a perfectly white shirt! This is really made for those who want to preserve clothes to last their worth or more! It can even remove unsightly grease and oil stains and even blood! So moms, don’t be afraid when your toddlers want to eat their pasta without the utensils; you can just put a drop of Grandma’s Secret Spot Remover on the stains before washing it and voila!
I like buying ballpens. What I don’t like is the icky, sticky feeling that the price tag leaves when you take it off. We now have an answer to that: Grandma’s Secret Goo Remover! Hooray to clean feeling new pens! I think this will also benefit those moms who has budding artists as this can also remove glue and crayon marks on most surfaces. Check out photographer Cam King’s blow-by-blow account of this wonder product.
My skin is acidic and sadly, that affects the vibrancy of my baubles. I have to bring them to a jewelry cleaner regularly to keep them looking like new, and that kinda costs a lot. So, I’m really thankful that Grandma’s Secret Jewelry Cleaner is super affordable. My necklaces and earrings will always be sparkly now! This is safe enough to be used on diamonds, precious stones, gold and silver. Just spray onto the surface and brush lightly. Sparkly jewelry for all the donyas!
If you would like to give these as gifts, or get it all for yourself, it is available online through seektheuniq.com. You will also find them at Nurture Nook and Babyland Shaw.