Awesome brand Laundry detergent and booster
November 21, 2020 3:17pm CST
Yesterday, Shay (@sharon6345) mentioned something that I am going to try. I just don't yet know the ratio of detergent to booster to use. I'm hoping she will read this and let me know! I went to the Dollar Tree yesterday, and I bought two bottles each of the Awesome laundry detergent in the blue bottle, and the Awesome cleaning solution in the clear bottles. For $4, I do hope this works well. It certainly is a lot cheaper than Tide pods or other detergents. (I did spend more than that on some things to send some little children I know for Christmas.) Does anyone else use the Awesome brand products from this store?
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Open the blue bottle and pour in the yellow bottle till it reaches the top..shake it before use. I use a mini washer so only one cap is needed. I get a ton of suds and a clean load of wash. I use wash rags in place of toilet tissue and my white cloths are white. read up on family cloths. I never tried this on a larger machine. If I did I would just try two capfuls to see how it goes.
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Exactly. I do find some off brands being less than acceptable. I found some canned tomatoes and I'm really inexpensive price, and I bought several cans. Their quality assurance process made a batch that was not sold to the major names. There were so many skins in it, that it even bothered me. When I'm cooking myself, I rarely peel tomatoes. In the fresh form, I will often take end put my tomatoes through the vitamix, and it breaks down the skins and there's no problem. but when you put them in through the canning process, the skins get toughened up. It was horrible!
@TheSojourner I also bought canned tomatoes that had skin on and some black spots, I brought back those not yet opened for a refund. I buy in Italy a supermarket brand pasta that is a lot better than Barilla and it cost 1/3 of Barilla.