|View single post by nickfixit|
|Posted: Sat Feb 4th, 2006 07:46 pm||
|There is great wisdom in many advisers.
I would add this...
The more I know about the subject, the more I do NOT agree with Consumer Reports.
They have given their blessing to some real piles of stinking dung. I would view their opinions as being suspect. I don't like the way they test some things, and I don't like their evaluation methods/reasonings. I would only look at their facts (data), and ignore their opinions.
I would stick with Cascade detergent
Last edited on Sat Feb 4th, 2006 07:52 pm by nickfixit
" Giving numerical data to Sears management is like giving a monkey a machine gun. No one knows for certain what will happen, but you can be sure of two things... It will be real messy, and only the monkey will be unharmed"