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  • Jul 29, 2006
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For years I used premium dish detergents. I guess the ultra grease fighters in those do make a difference. While this product creates lots of initial suds, they don't hold up like the traditional ultra products. Since I handwash mostly knives and stuff that I can't throw in the dishwasher, I'm okay with the difference. If you handwash all of your dishes, this product may not work as well for you.

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I'm a Southern Girl; Little Rock and New Orleans both count as home! I love my church & all things slow, honest & comfortable. I value time spent in the home & a good laugh.
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