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Apr 5, 2011

Use Less Laundry Detergent

Washing our clothes is often a careful and delicate process. We like our bodies clean just as we like our clothes clean. The majority of those who wash their clothes with a detergent often follow the guidelines printed on the container. Unfortunately for you, the consumer, the manufacturer wants to make money. They are in business to do just that. Considering this fact, manufacturers will often exaggerate the amount of detergent is needed per load of laundry. We are often led to believe that if we fully fill the container's cap with detergent, we are adding an optimum level of detergent. However, often this isn't true and the amount needed to properly clean is much less. Experiment with different levels however about 1/3 to 1/2 of a cap should suffice often load of laundry, often even less than that. You can double the amount of available detergent for use and in that, save money.

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