Some people really don't have a clue about what there're talking about.1st
this is not MLM it is a product that I sale every day for the last 17 years,
and the USDA does indeed approve products to make sure it can be used in
meat markets,and safe around food, children and pets, So if you don't need
or want this product then don't buy it but for you to report this as MLM YOU
are very Wrong, This is no different than somebody who make their item at
home and want to sell them..I need to REPORT you for your wrong
information,, and any one who IS interested in this All Mighty Dirt Buster
can go to the web site. And IF ANY NEEDS A Material Safety Data Sheet and a
copy of the USDA sheet can very well REQUEST one.Before you Mr. Or MS. Jamie
down other peoples products Know Your Facts. And for those who would like to
check this out for your self then go to
www.allmightydirtbuster.com. ANY QUESTIONS E-me.
P.S. I will expect an apology from you Jamie-----Then again maybe not. You
don't sound like the type of person who if you found out you were wrong you
would admit it.
P.P.S. There are more than 1 million who have purchased this product, From
NC,GA,VA and SC.
On behalf of Jamie and Sweep, let me be the first to apologize. If you
were MLM you wouldn't need that dedicated young sales force. Thanks to
their diligence, a million residents of NC, GA, VA, and SC have more
than they need. A thoughtful relative was able to send me some for free.
Living on a nonfixed income, I thought I couldn't afford a premium
product like All Mighty Dirt Buster. When I asked the Health Department
if it would be okay to use such a powerful cleaner in my kitchen, I
learned that I could buy the same thing much cheaper as Red Devil TSP
Heavy Duty Cleaner or Red Devil Sav A Brush Brush Restorer. I don't
know why they call it TSP when it's sodium metasilicate.
Barbecue Bob serving family-style roast bunny
at convenient restaurants
Why, thanks, Bob.
I found a whole list of cleaning products containing it, so nobody need
give any money to lousy spammers if they care to try it.
And when I googled it, I also found a site selling 50 pound bags of
sodium metasilicate powder for $97. As most of the extra strenght
cleaning solutions in the above list use one to five percent of it,
that would make lots and lots and lots of quarts of solution, instead
of paying the spammer $72 for 4 quarts. He claims to have sold
it to more than a million suckers, but apparently can only claim 19
customers on his webpage that were satisfied with his ridiculous price.
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