Continue to add more boiling water until the towels are completely soaked. Finally, cover the entire area with plastic wrap.
After about 10 or 15 minutes of letting the water and paper towels sit (until the honey is softened), you should be able to remove the paper towels, plastic wrap and honey all at once. For stubborn, stuck-on spots, you may need to repeat the process.
I went to a large pet-supply store, which had a machine that makes tags in a few minutes. I made one that had my daughter’s information on it.
Before I left on my trip, I traded out the tags on my dog’s collar. That way, if something happened and he got picked up, they would call my daughter first.
Then I remembered a Heloise hint about using cheap shampoo to clean showers. So, after my shower, I dried off except for my feet. Then I added a dab of shampoo to a damp washcloth. I didn’t want to fall again, so I braced myself. I placed one foot on the washcloth and starting scrubbing.
Being braced with my hands gave extra power to my scrubbing. Fortunately, my shower head detaches for rinsing both the floor and my feet.