5 hours later - calling it a day. I'm pleased and also amazed at how much junk I had accumulated, never used...now en route to other homes, Recycling, Goodwill, etc...
I found out that a lot of things like hairspray have to be disposed of as hazmat. Also, my little bottles of essential oils, never used, now old, sticky and icky.
But mineral oil, while wondering if I could pour it down the drain, I thought I'd google it - it turns out I can use it for seasoning wood, just as it is. I no longer need it for it's original purpose - ingestion of 15ml last thing at night and don't have anything emergent scheduled for early morning! 🤩That particular condition I prefer to remedy with high-fiber foods.
I know I feel healthier since I retired two years ago. The proof is that all the wrist splints, ointments, heat wraps pushed to the back of a drawer. Being able to rest the hands, neck and back when I need to is just Heaven. Thank God!
I moved all my First Aid Kit to the bathroom drawer. As an ex-nurse, I have nearly everything you could think of except a space blanket and a delivery kit.
I only hope that if I need anything in a great hurry, such as if someone stumbles through my door dripping in blood, that the bathroom won't be occupied! Unlikely, scenario. But one likes to be prepared. I even have very large dressings for such an event.
Will I use it? I wish everything in the world had an expiry date, it makes the decison for you.
Bottle of Biotene Dry Mouth Oral Rinse - out