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Old 04-01-2013, 04:09 AM   #11
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Started using the pods a few months back, love them. Honestly, won't go back to liquid detergent.

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Convenient, but pricey.
I do 2-3 loads a week, so I used a concentrate.
However, I've started using a bundle service. About $15. a week and everything is done. Clothes, work uniforms, sheets, towels, everything, and I'm not spending my days off hanging out at the wash o rama with all the folks who escaped from WallyWorld.

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I'm old enough to remember seeing my great and grandmother use a tub and a washboard for laundry. OP They have gel pods for the dishwasher also

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I'm old enough to remember seeing my great and grandmother use a tub and a washboard for laundry. OP They have gel pods for the dishwasher also
My dishwasher is a small amount of Dawn liquid, a sponge/brillo pad, and a sink full of water.
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All we use around here.

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Whatever the little woman uses when she pounds the clothes on the rocks out in the creek......
If the little woman reads this, you're going to find a boulder upside your head

For fresh smelling laundry, the most important thing... dry it outside!
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My dishwasher is a small amount of Dawn liquid, a sponge/brillo pad, and a sink full of water.
That's the same style dishwasher I have, too!
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We use the pods and my wife loves them. No more detergent on her hands.

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+1 for the pods and also use some stuff from sears

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