Not only is Perla (the laundry soap) great for doing the laundry and (as we've been hearing) getting rid of acne, it's quite effective for killing cockroaches, too! Yes, I'm talking about THAT Perla soap!
Watch the video below and see the proofs...
If you're feeling skeptical about what you saw in the video, I strongly urge you to try it out and be amazed after a few sprays of the soapy water solution on those pesky bugs.
It's definitely a lot safer and cheaper compared to those bug sprays sold at the supermarket. Plus, it doesn't leave any smell and oily stains like most bug sprays do. And it's very easy to prepare, too. You can buy Perla just about everywhere, even at your neighborhood sari-sari store!
I have only tried this using the classic white Perla soap bar, by the way. I don't know if the blue and orange variants have the same effect on cockroaches.
Just to mention, I am in no way connected to the producers of Perla. I just discovered this (quite by accident) while doing the laundry one day and thought I'd share it here.
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Wednesday, August 19, 2015
Thursday, June 17, 2010
I have been a fan of Toy Story from the first movie. As a matter of fact, it's way up there on my list as one of the best films I've EVER seen. The second one may not have been as good, but since I have already grown attached to the characters, I was able to enjoy it nevertheless.
I've kept myself (quite well) informed of the happenings between Pixar and Disney, including the news about John Lasseter not directing the film. Because of this, I was pretty much sold to the idea that Toy Story 3 will almost certainly disappoint. But still, my anticipation grew.
Then came today, the day the film is finally shown in cinemas... and we were among the first ones to see it, my son and I.
You know what? I've never felt this satisfied after seeing a movie!
Comparing it to the two previous installations, Toy Story 3 is (in my opinion) more mature (with regards of the plot and antics) and much heavier in the emotions department. But, aside from that, all I can say is it's a WONDERFUL movie (that is an understatement, by the way).
If Toy Story will remain a trilogy, I wouldn't want it to end in any other way. Kudos to Michael Arndt for the great story.