May 2, 2010
Cascade Complete & A Gift Card Giveaway
Thanks to My Blog Spark and Proctor and Gamble for this opportunity. I was sent a package of Cascade Complete ActionPacs as well as a Corelle baking dish with a plastic lid.
The instructions were to bake a blueberry cobbler, let the dish sit out for 24 hours, then put it in the dishwasher with a Cascade Complete ActionPac. So that’s what I did.
I will post the blueberry cobbler recipe another day, but I can tell you it was delicious. It was a great choice for this test because it makes a mess and the blueberry really shows up on the dish. Here’s what it looked like going into the dishwasher.
And here’s how it looked after it came out. Remember, there was no rinsing involved. The dish sat out dry for 24 hours, which was rather difficult for me to do. I kept wanting to soak it.
As you can see, the Cascade worked! The dish was spotless.
Rather than sending you Cascade samples, P & G sent me a $25 Walmart gift card to pass on to one of my readers. That way you can go buy some Cascade ActionPacs for yourself. Be sure to look for coupons that are coming out this week. To enter the giveaway, all you need to do is leave a comment on this post telling me what meal you think leaves the most mess on your cookware or dishes. This giveaway will run until 11:59 p.m. eastern time on Wednesday, May 5th. Anyone may enter. If you do not have a Walmart near you, it can be used online.
This product review was based on using complimentary Cascade product provided by P&G. Bloggers also received a Walmart gift card to share with their readers. P&G does not represent or warrant the accuracy of any statements or product claims made here, nor does it endorse any opinions expressed within this blogsite.
I used a good bit on a good stove because I wanted a good stove; gas one at that. I have a decent fridge but I had to settle for a crappy dishwasher since I had to get a stackable washer & dryer because of the lack of room. I hate them though since they hardly hold anything and it's just a pain.
Now that I look back on it, I wish I bought a better dishwasher. Nothing seems to work, so, I tend to do most of the dish washing by hand and then sanitizing with the thing. If I found something that works, by all means, I'll be a happy camper.
Although rice krispy treats are pretty darn messy too.
Mexican lasagna bake is my worst mess.
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I tried the Cascade ActionPacs once, but they were a little too tall for the compartment in my dishwasher at the time. They prevented the soap compartment from opening properly, leaving a soapy mess. I've moved since then, and maybe I'll give them a try with my new dishwasher.
It's really the cheese, isn't it?
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For those of you who said your crockpot was hard to clean, check your local grocery store for slow cooker liners. I use them all the time and they're great! Reynolds makes them. My grocery store has them with all the plastic storage bags.
Love your blog by the way.
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