OK, so I was vacuuming out my dad's car and was just about done when I realized that the steering wheel was nasty dirty. I ran inside and grabbed a bottle of trusty 409, some paper towels and a retired toothbrush. While I was cleaning up the wheel I glanced at the center console and shuttered at how black it had gotten from body oil. I cleaned it up right quick too. That got me to thinking that the door handle must look even worse and attacked it also. As I continued on to cleaning the seat cushion I stooped and said to myself, "Oh my gosh! I'm cleaning my dad's car with a toothbrush :!: :?: :!: :shock: " After that realization I recalled last weekend when I ended up cleaning some of the grout in my mom's tile kitchen with a toothbrush since she had spilled some stuff and it was looking pretty bad. That got me to thinking :scratch: that the poor little toothbrush had really served well for it's purpose. In my books an old toothbrush ranks right up there with gray tape in the useful category. What about y'all?