At home, the one main thing that I can't stand about this house is the fact that I don't have a dishwasher. When we do dinner nights at my parents house, I don't mind when my mother asks me to "do dishes" because all she really wants me to do is load them in the dishwasher. Of course I sit around and wait for the dishwasher to finish running and put them all away for her, just to be the wonderful daughter that I am... and to take my dish home that I brought over to contribute to the meal. *gasp!*
Sometimes Mom ends up buying whatever's on sale for the dishwasher, but I brought over the Cascade Complete All-In-1 Action Packs the last time we were over, along with a pan of baked ziti, and was definitely looking forward to putting the new Action Packs to the test. Cascade wanted me to take their test, and leave the dish out for 24 hours before washing it with the Action Packs. I had to run the plan past Mom and surprisingly she went along with it... she's a bit of a neat freak, so I know how much it bothered her that the dish sat in the sink overnight. She was skeptical about how well they would work, since she's a pre-dishwasher dish washer. Regardless, the dish went through the wash, while we sat around and sipped on tea. Without a doubt, the dish came out clean, and the rest in the load did too. Cascade Complete All-In-1 Action Packs definitely stood by their claims of getting these dishes clean without a problem!
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Cascade Complete All-in-1 ActionPacs kit, the 6 trial packs of Cascade Complete All-in-1 Action Pacs, and a $15 Walmart gift card were provided by P&G through MyBlogSpark.