We recently had the opportunity to try Cascade Complete Pacs! You might have caught on that Brian does a lot of cooking around here. That means that I do a lot of dishes. (Brian does do dishes too so don’t think he is a bum!) Since we eat at home … well all of the time, we have a lot of dishes. On the weekends, you will sometimes find us running the dishwasher twice a day. It isn’t that we have a small dishwasher but we have a lot of dishes when you think about meal preparations plus serving and then five people eating! We are best friends with our dishwasher to say the least! On leftover nights and trash nights the dishwasher is definitely packed to the brim! I like to see how much I can fit in the puzzle of limited space and Brian likes to complain that I don’t scrub every particle of food off the dishes in the dishwasher.
All of that dish washing means that we go through a lot dishwasher soap. The current bottle (of Cascade) is from Sam’s Club so it is HUGE! I have already asked Brian to not buy it again because I can’t get the child proof lid off while holding the huge bottle. I have to set it on the counter to use both hands to open the bottle! When I was trying the Cascade Complete Pacs, I was so happy I could just grab and put it in the little spot in our dishwasher, close the soap area, and start the dishwasher. I saved myself several steps which to me is a few extra minutes where many I can do something for me. Not that I would have any idea what to do at this point but I am sure I could grab my Kindle and read a few pages of that book I downloaded but haven’t even started yet! What would you do with a few extra minutes?
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NOTE: This blog post is part of a paid SocialMoms and Cascade blogging program, and I received free product from P&G for participating. The opinions and ideas expressed here are my own. To read more posts on this topic, click here.