Okay, it's not a sexy topic, but hopefully helpful. Then again how many sexy posts do I have, not too many. Hmm, maybe I should rethink that, but back on topic. We bought this box of detergent a year ago, give or take a week, and have just finished it. Given the cost of detergent, I think this is amazing. And I like the product. It does a good job, for us, and hasn't left streaks.
A clean post! Have fun, hugs, Valerie
Does it come in liquid? Because we only use liquid.
you mean it lasted for a whole year? How practical is that? I prefer using those magical balls that are not toxic and you can wash laundry without using detergents
That's a long time for it to last. Main thing is that you are happy with that product.
Where did you buy it? I don't think I've ever seen it. I use Cheer because I have sensitive skin, and Cheer works for me.
I too have sensitive skin/allergies, so I use a color/odor free liquid. never heard of this brand either.
Wow! I'm guilty of always just buying whatever's cheapest. =)
This post might not be sexy but surely it is a ...
detergent to grime. :)
Thanks for reviewing this laundry product, dear friend Sandra. I'm gonna show your post to Mrs. Shady. Have a great day!
Lasting that long is grand indeed. Sure save some dough that way.
Ha! That's what I should have used for the header!
I don't think so, but I could be mistaken.
Yup it did. Amazing isn't it? I do about four or five loads a week. Your magical balls sound definitely the best for the ecology system.
It sure is. It's the only detergent I've used for several years now.
Great soap story, Sandra. :O) I love making my detergent last, but it's never lasted that long. I don't recognise the brand.
It's the brand Sears carries. It's now available at KMart too.
I honestly don't know if you'd have any issues with your skin or not. Glad you've found a product that works for you, Janie.
Sounds like you've got the perfect detergent for sensitive skin.
Sears sells this one.
Wow, that's a lot of loads for the buck. With the septic system and hard water, we have to use a liquid. I tried making my own liquid laundry soap. It worked well for towels, but didn't take stains out of clothing
I hear ya, Leandra:) That's why I first bought this one:) It's gone up in price but it's still reasonable.
Ha! Detergent to grime:)
Hello, Mrs. Shady:)
Saving dough....always a good thing:)
Is it super concentrated so you only need very little? I wonder if Canada has this. I use Tide and find it, so far, the best. We go through the soap faster than you...I must be a dirtier girl:)
It's sold through Sears/KMart. We've been using it for a long time now.
Making your own laundry soap....you are amazing.
We've got hard water too.
Do you use hair spray for your stains?
It's pretty concentrated. The scoop is about the size of a coffee measuring cup scoop and I use one scoop or one and a half scoops per load. We get it at Sears/KMart.
I've heard people talk about buying detergent at Sears and saying it's the best around. I might actually get some to try it, if I can order it online. I won't go to Sears, or any other store. I don't think we have K-Mart. I used to go past one, but it's gone out of business. I wouldn't have gone in it anyway.
Cleaning up Blogshere I see lol. Excellent post Sandra.
I laughed and laughed at this post. It's definitely a good clean blog post!
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