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    On a cupcake mission! Lois Lane's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lucy;2199313;
    On the vinegar in the wash -- is it ok to use for more delicate things? I have a lot of not-very-hardy, non-cotton blouses and pants that I wash in cold water and hang up to dry -- would vinegar be bad for them?

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    , I've used it (a smaller amount than for a normal load--maybe a tablespoon) when I wash my delicates in cold water with Woolite and it worked fine. But if I were you, I'd just try it on one of your not-very-hardy clothes and see how it fares...just in case. I'd hate for something bad to happen and have you cursing me!

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    this has never seemed to work for me:

    putting clothes in the freezer with gum on it. once it comes off, there is still a stain

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    I have a scrubbing bubbles shower thingy and I love it, too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dagwood;2199380;
    I have a scrubbing bubbles shower thingy and I love it, too.
    Boy, count me in the group that saw that advertised on TV and thought, yeah, right, that'll really work...just fling some soap around randomly, what a mess. I'm amazed!! Maybe I'll get one for my sons... I'm sure they don't scrub their tubs!

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    My daughter couldn't believe I bought it because I usually make fun of stuff like that, much like what you said PWS. Somebody I work with told me it was good, I was at Sam's and saw it and figured WTH, why not. I like it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lois Lane;2199347;

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    , I've used it (a smaller amount than for a normal load--maybe a tablespoon) when I wash my delicates in cold water with Woolite and it worked fine. But if I were you, I'd just try it on one of your not-very-hardy clothes and see how it fares...just in case. I'd hate for something bad to happen and have you cursing me!
    Thanks! And don't worry, I don't blame anyone else for my failure to do laundry properly.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Unklescott;2199124;
    Funny you should ask. From their FAQ.



    You can also go here and sign up for a $5 off coupon. No, I don't work for SC Johnson.
    Thanks for the info. I printed out the coupon and hopefully will make it to the store within the next 2 weeks to get. I just assumed like the rest of you that it was going to be a waste of money
    I can only please one person a day, today is not your day and tomorrow doesn't look good either

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    Hmm, maybe I need to get the scrubbing bubbles thing too. I didn't think it worked but all of ya'lls testimonials has me convinced! But I also have well water so I wonder if it will do okay with my hard water stains?

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    Has anyone ever tired that Tide for cold water? It claims to save energy, but it's expensive compared to the Arm & Hammer detergent I already use.

    RE: the scrunning bubbles - It is difficult to install? I rent so I'm not sure I can make a hole in the shower wall.

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    Thanks, Unkle -you've all convinced me to give it a try. I printed the coupon and will start using it after we move.
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