truce and mildew
Jan 14, 2018
I bought some Truce awhile back and used it mainly in the kitchen for cleaning off counter tops or removing the saliva residue from pet bowls. I used it some on really difficult baking dishes. It worked fine and I liked the scent. BUT a couple years ago I bought a pair of leather clogs - a very well known brand - and one I had bought repeatedly for 20 years or so. This particular pair, for no reason I could determine, developed mildew on the leather of one of the clogs that eventually spread to the other. I washed them, cleaned them, rubbed them down with ammonia. I polished them. They always looked good when I set them on the shelf and when I'd pull them down the worst one be powdery green, the other less so. I threw away the shoe boxes - checked all the shoes near by - etc. It wan only on this pair. So today I brought them to the kitchen and cleaned one (the worst one) with Truce. The other I cleaned with another cleaner, When I was ready to leave for church I saw that the Truce one was still clear and the other was growing mildew again. So I cleaned it with Truce and when I got home from church BOTH are clean. I was ready to throw them away but Truce saved the day. I fully expect it to stay gone as it always grew back within an hour or so. Thank you and just add this as a testimony I will be glad to repeat if necessary.Albertson
Jul 7, 2017
I've had truce in my house for months now. I certainly don't use it every day but no matter what I throw at it, it cleans it well and makes things so much easier. The smell is delightful even though I have no idea what it smells like. I love the fact it's safe to use in the kitchen. I've recommended it to several people and happy to do so.