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Original formula Dawn Dishwashing Liquid

Posted by nerdyshopper (My Page) on
Thu, May 17, 12 at 2:00

I have been disgusted with the grease cleaning action of the recent versions of Dawn. When I started Googling around on the subject I found a version that people say works like the original. It is mostly available from janitorial supply houses in case lots or gallon sixed jugs, but it comes in a 39 ouncew bottle. It is called Dawn original Pot and Pans, with the Pot and Pans name promintly displayed on the label. Anyone ever tried that version? I'd like to know your expreience with it. The clerk I called at Walmart seemed to think they carry it, so I may drive to my local one and give a look. I have seen the label at sites on the net so I know what it looks like. There are so many versions of Dawn and some also say for pos and pans but Not prominently.


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RE: Original formula Dawn Dishwashing Liquid

I haven't seen it. My local grocery does sell "Original" Dawn plus different "variations" , and I thinks it stinks! I now buy whatever brand name is on sale-Joy, Dawn,Palmolive, whatever.


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RE: Original formula Dawn Dishwashing Liquid

I've recently tried Gain dish liquid and must say I really like it for its sudsiness, and 'staying power'. I think I got it at Dollar General or someplace similar $2.50 for 49 oz. Aldi (discount) Supermarket (if you have those in your area) also makes one that has good cleaning power that lasts.

Sue


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RE: Original formula Dawn Dishwashing Liquid

I have seen the pots and pans Dawn but not in a while. I agree with you about Dawn, though I still think it's better than the other brands out there.


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