I can't remember the name, but about thirty years ago there was a blue
and white granular detergent, about the consistency of sugar, that came
in a bottle with handle and measuring cap. It was *very* easy to carry
and pour, even more than the liquids, but it doesn't seem to be
available any more.
On Friday, April 29, 2016 at 11:39:15 AM UTC-4, email@example.com wrote:
I might be able to possibly tell you a hypothetical 40 year old story
about a supposed member of the US military who may have passed a pat-down
search at a foreign airport even though there may have been a couple of
ounces of what may have been hashish possibly packed tightly alongside his
I understand paper funnels for paint and other things that don't wash
off easily but I like those plastic ones for anything that is easy to
clean up. Soap powder is definitely one of those things. I have other
funnels I only use for certain things like used oil and they just get
wiped off. Just don't mix it up with the one you use for your hip
firstname.lastname@example.org posted for all of us...
Yeah a buddy had come over to do an oil change. He didn't look at the
different funnels and used one for oil, w/w, radiator and tranny fluids.
Not my problem because I warned him. Never let the stoopid ass use my stuff
again. What a putz.
On 4/25/2016 9:17 PM, email@example.com wrote:
Elderly parent, new HE washer. Can't break the parent of the habit of
using a set amount of detergent per load, even though the new washers
require much, much less. Solution: laundry pods. Just throw one in
with the wash, mom, and no more suds-o-rama drama during the
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