To: Jack Hydrazine
Has anyone found a “green” product that is superior or even equivalent to the evil non-green product? I can’t think of one example. In fact, I just picked up some TSP so that my “green” dishwasher soap will actually clean my dishes instead of leaving them cloudy, dirty and greasy.
posted on 09/22/2011 12:22:27 PM PDT
("Let's just say they'll be satisfied with LESS"... Ming the Merciless)
This works really well unless they've changed the formula:
posted on 09/22/2011 12:36:42 PM PDT
Heh, I tried some of the “green” dishwasher detergent and I ended up throwing half of the bottle away. Worthless crap left everything including the dishwasher cloudy, scum coated, and half clean.
posted on 09/22/2011 12:39:06 PM PDT
(The democrats are the "enemies foreign and domestic" cited in the federal oath)
I only use this to wash my HD or 172RG.
posted on 09/22/2011 12:39:56 PM PDT
There is ad running on the Hulu web site that asks for donations to africa for mosquito netting to help combat malaria. Why don’t they just lift the ban on DDT? Left wingers are all as crazy as a sh** house mouse.
posted on 09/22/2011 1:18:23 PM PDT
>"Has anyone found a green product that is superior or even equivalent to the evil non-green product?"
Only one I can vouch for.
I hate electric bills, and this gets yer clothes almost dry without heat.
posted on 09/23/2011 1:32:41 AM PDT
(It is necessary that a person be born of a father who is a citizen; ~Vattel's Law of Nations)
"In fact, I just picked up some TSP so that my green dishwasher soap will actually clean my dishes instead of leaving them cloudy, dirty and greasy."
TSP (Trisodium phosphate) is now phosphate free. I guess they should call it TS.
posted on 09/23/2011 7:04:54 AM PDT
(Common sense ain't so common anymore...)
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