LOL EVERYTHING is made up of chemicals, our bodies, things we put in/on them, and the objects around us are all full of chemicals. You just have to figure out which are toxic and which can be beneficial, etc.
I'm wondering if Simple Green really removes hard water stains though.
It doesn't remove hard water stains. Vinegar does though.
Wow, I think you read a little TOO hard into that one, bud! I am COMPLETELY aware that glass is not permeable by any liquid you might use to clean your glassware. Also, I don't see where I said anything about ingesting any foods that have been soaked in any type of harmful chemicals.
I'm aware that I'm not a book of vast knowledge and I may not always be politically correct, but damn, Sinse! Your two cents have been dually-noted. I would've taken to your advice a little more had you not have come off like such an elitist asshole! I'll say it again, though. Whatever works for you!!
Well you said you'd rather eat off dishes washed with chems or something like that right? Regardless... when you're right, you always seem like the asshole.
I'm sorry if this makes me seem like even more of an asshole... but there is almost nothing I hate more than simple (minded) relativism when applied inappropriately. I'm referring to your use of the ideology "Whatever works for (me)!" or there is no truth only what is true relative to my perception.
You see... there are absolute truths in life... where personal opinions and experiences have literally no value. Some things simply are not relative to subjective feeling and beliefs. For example, the Earth moves about its axis every day all the time. I don't care if that "works" for you or is perceived by you to occur. It simply IS.
Simple green IS biodegradable, non-toxic and will do you no harm after even a light rinse of your glass.... no matter how you perceive it.
Again sorry.... that's just one of my pet peeves. It's like scratching an itch... I woulda gone crazy if I didn't get it out.