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Wednesday, May 25, 2005

Tide-to-Go Instant Stain Remover

Spilled soda or a leaky coffee cup won't spell disaster for your favorite shirt when you've packed the pocket-size Procter & Gamble's Tide-to-Go Instant Stain Remover ($2.99; available at mass retailers in May 2005). You apply the Tide-to-Go right on the stain without having to switch out of your clothes. Soda, fruit juices and coffee were completely removed in the Good Housekeeping Institute tests. The product is safe for colors and silk, and it left no discoloration or recognizable rings.


Blogger Katherine Alba said...

I wonder if there's another brand that makes a similar product. I don't buy Tide products because it's from Proctor and Gamble and I'm boycotting them for their strong support for the advancement of the homosexual movement and for a Downy Wrinkle Reducer ad that shows two men in bed together.

12:49 PM  
Blogger Mrs. Happy Housewife said...

I did a search and found this product made by SC Johnson Wax:

Shout Instant Stain Treater Wipes

Individually wrapped
Keeps most stains from setting, eliminates many stains completely
Cuts grape juice, coffee, blood, baby formula
Safe on colorfast washable and dry cleanable fabrics
80 towelettes per pack

1:19 PM  
Blogger Kate said...

Hi, it's ladyscott. I'm hijacking this post to let you know the difference between Irish Gaelic and Scottish Gaelic. They're two different languages, but similar like Portugese and Spanish. It's said that Scottish Gaelic was formed from Irish Gaelic, but there are as many similar words as different ones. Tonally, I think Scottish Gaelic is a bit more glutteral and stoccatto. Both are beautiful, poetic languages. I wish I could give you better samples, but I don't have my books out yet.

12:52 PM  
Blogger Mrs. Happy Housewife said...

Thanks for the info about Gaelic.

2:01 PM  

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