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Welcome to The S.O.S Blog

We are thrilled to welcome you to our new S.O.S® Blog! First, let us introduce ourselves. We are parents, grandparents, siblings, aunts, uncles, and friends. Some of us are married and some happily single. We are homeowners and renters. No matter what makes our house a home, all of us are always looking for time-saving, economical ideas that really work. Here at S.O.S, we pride ourselves with our passion for helping others, so when we find products and ideas that help keep our homes clean and comfortable, we want to share.

From tackling those stubborn stains in your tile grout to scrubbing out the sauce-stained microwave, we know that you have a trick or two up your sleeve when it comes to cleaning your home—we want to hear them. Tag your tips on Facebook and Pinterest with #SOSWhoKnew. Share your knowledge with our cleaning community and you just might see your tip on our blog!

Want more information on how to keep your home clean? Sign up for our S.O.S newsletter to stay up to date on new cleaning products, special offers and more. And don’t forget to connect with us on Facebook and Pinterest, too.

The S.O.S Blog hopes to inspire you to stay organized and keep your home sparkling clean. Who Knew S.O.S would keep you so informed?   #SOSWhoKnew


2 Responses to Welcome to The S.O.S Blog

  1. I’m looking for suggestions…..I used an SOS pad to clean a small lime deposit just below the water line in a porcelain toilet bowl. The water turned blue and then stained the entire bowl below the water level grey. I have soaked the bowl in toilet bowl cleaner with bleach and straight Clorox but, this is one stubborn stain. Any suggestions? Thank you!

    • Hi Cheri! S.O.S soap is water soluble and shouldn’t stain, however, you could try this: Empty the water from the toilet bowl. Mix 1/4 cup of ammonia and 1/4 cup of baking soda into a paste. Rub the porcelain with the paste using a non-abrasive sponge and rinse well. You can also let the paste sit for a while before scrubbing. After rinsing, use a soft cloth to wipe everything down so the baking soda doesn’t leave a film. Hope this helps!