Quiz Time

So I thought I’d break things up with a lengthy questioned, yet relatively short, quiz. Oddly, at least 30 more questions were available, but they were cut for interest’s sake.

Rest assured, there are no wrong answers. In fact, there are only right answers because, and I quote (myself), “to have AN answer is to know THE answer”.

Detailed at the bottom of this post are said answers but if you’re stumped, just move onto the next question… please? (Insert sigh) OK. I guess you may be on your own, so you can do what you like. (Insert excited inhale) If there IS someone with you, take it in turns to ask each other the questions!

Note: If I’d made them shorter, you could have even pretended to be like Tony Barber in the minutes proceeding the 1min 15sec mark of this clip from Sale Of the Century.

Oh well. On with the quiz!

Q1. Name something that is great for removing eye makeup?
Q2. What can be used as a temporary substitute for toilet paper?
Q3. What should not be flushed down the toilet after serving its purpose as a temporary substitute for toilet paper?
Q4. What’s square in shape and aids in the removal of dust from houseplants?
Q5. When unexpected guests are 5 minutes away, what will you use for about 80 seconds to wipe down the surfaces in your kitchen and bathroom, whilst leaving a shiny (albeit short-lived) appearance?
Q6. Complete this sentence… “To spruce a leather sofa or car seat, just use ______”
Q7. After a trip to the beach, what can you keep in the glove box to remove the dreaded Three S’s (sunscreen, saltwater and sand) from your skin?
Q8. Name something that is so versatile it can not only clean the outside of a fridge, it can also make stains on a carpet disappear?
Q9. What removes unwanted germs from plastic toys?
Q10. Who am I? When placed on the top of a broom head, I assist in cleaning hard to reach areas of your ceiling that perhaps contains cobwebs?
Q11. What did I use on the keyboard before starting this post?
Q12. What is undoubtedly the best thing to clean a chalkboard?
Q13. What, under certain circumstances of ‘not being overly dirty beforehand’, can be re-used as a dusting cloth after it is dried?
Q14. Complete this common thought process… “Sh!t, I never noticed that my light switches were so filthy. No worries, I’ll just grab some ______”
Q15. Name something you may already know you’ll use more often?
Q16. What did I just realise could/should also appear in the Essentials section of this blog?

Thanks for playing – answers below.

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A1: Baby Wipes; A2: Baby Wipes; A3: Baby Wipes; A4: Baby Wipes; A5: Baby Wipes; A6: Baby Wipes; A7: Baby Wipes; A8: Baby Wipes; A9: Baby Wipes; A10: Baby Wipes; A11: Baby Wipes; A12: Baby Wipes; A13: Baby Wipes; A14: Baby Wipes; A15: Baby Wipes; A16: Baby Wipes
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