Since my viral eye infection has laid me pretty flat for a few weeks, my blogging and month of mom challenges for P&G have sadly been lacking. However, I did want to share my experiences with their Dawn Ultra dish detergent.
I am really picky about my dish detergents. With a family of five and no dishwasher, I wahs dishes 3 to 4 times a day, with no end in sight. Finding a detergent that can do the job without breaking the grocery budget is important. Dawn Ultra is great because you don’t need a lot. A small amount creates big bubbles and grease cutting action. I can actually feel the squeaky clean feeling on the dishes that I like and compared to the grocery store brand that I just finished with….that was a waste of a bottle. I had to rewash dishes over and over to get them clean enough.
Being so sick, my family hasn’t enjoyed any great meals from me, but the other day I had picked up a lovely little Pork Roast and figured I could manage that. I cooked it with orange juice and some teriyaki marinade and because I wasn’t paying attention it created a charming black bubbly mess on the bottom of my old pan. Yuck.
I soaked it over night in Dawn filled dishwater and even without my usual scrubbers (shopping not been a priority either) managed to do a good job of an old and beat up pan. All burnt bits gone and no greasy feeling left. Yay.
The Pork Roast tasted delicious despite its appearance.
Starting May 29th, there will be a new Brandsaver savings opportunities online for you to try the many products from P&G including Dawn Ultra. Also on Wednesday, June 5th, Food Network’s John Catucci will be hosting Dine & Dish with Dawn – a pop-up poutinerie at Yonge-Dundas Square in Toronto, where the poutine is free if you clean your own dish with Dawn Ultra. That’s right; if you eat it – you clean it!
Disclosure: I am a P&Gmom. As part of my affiliation with this group I receive products and special access to P&G events and opportunities. The opinions on this blog are my own.