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May 25, 2011

Cascade 24 Hour Challenge

It´s time to answer the hard-hitting question - whose turn is it to clean the dishes after dinner?



With new Cascade Complete - you won´t mind taking turns at the sink. And if the thought of dirty dishes in the sink has ever made you think twice about making a favorite meal, Cascade Complete is here to help.

The excess scrubbing of cookware and dirty tableware is not only tiring, but time consuming. Allowing the remains of a delicious dinner to set in its baking dish could mean water logged fingers and hours in the kitchen.

Put your pre-soaking days behind you, and lighten your load with Cascade Complete All-in-1 ActionPacs. They break down, dissolve, and rinse away tough food particles, leaving your hands free and your dishes sparkling. Sound too good to be true? We dare you to take the 24 Hour Challenge.

Instructions:
Bake a Blueberry Cobbler, or anything using a baking dish.
Set the empty baking dish out for 24 hours
Without rinsing, put it in the dishwasher with Cascade Complete


I took the challenge, but forgot to take a photo :( The dish came out spotless, but I do wonder if it's a special type of dish, since we were requested to bake something in that particular dish...so we tried making casseroles in other dishes, and they came out just as clean. I'm a big fan of Cascade Complete All-in-2 Action Pacs!

the Cascade Complete All-in-1 ActionPacs kit, the 6 trial packs of Cascade Complete All-in-1 Action Pacs, and the $15 Walmart gift card to give away were provided by P&G through MyBlogSpark

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