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Sunday, September 7, 2014

Cascade Platinum Prize Pack Giveaway

Here's an interesting prize pack from Cascade. In addition to the Cascade products, you also get a whisk, spatula, cheese grater, and oven mitts. Open to US residents only. Giveaway runs through 9/20. Good luck.
Enter the Cascade Platinum Prize Pack Giveaway. Ends 9/20
Welcome to the Cascade Prize Pack Giveaway!
How many different types of dishwashing powders, packs, and tabs have you tried? I can’t even begin to count. I have tried so many and ended up getting frustrated and giving up because I would have to pretty much wash dishes before I put them in the dishwasher. Enter Cascade. Cascade is the #1 recommended by dishwasher brands, such as KitchenAid, Whirlpool, Maytag and others. Cascade ActionPacs also won the Better Homes and Gardens 2012 Best Dishwasher Detergent, as well as the 2010 Best Dishwasher Detergent. Michelle over at Sweet Southern Lovin had the opportunity to throw a Cascade Platinum Party. Check out all the fun she had by checking out her review here.

Cascade Platinum Prize Pack Giveaway
Check out what all the winner gets in their prize pack: 
Cascade Platinum
Cascade Platinum Rinse Aid
Whisk
Spatula
Cheese grater
Oven mitts
Giveaway Dates: September 7th to September 20th 11:59PM EST
Open to the US only. You must be at least 18 years of age to win.
Prize: One lucky reader will win a Cascade Platinum Prize Pack.
**How to Enter** Enter using the Entry Form below. By entering you agree to abide by the Terms and Conditions listed on the Entry Form. All winning entries will be verified. Winner will receive an email from Michelle@sweetsouthernlovin.com and will have 48 hours to respond or a new winner will be chosen. All entries are optional.
*Participating bloggers DID NOT receive any compensation for this giveaway. Sponsor is responsible for prize shipment. Any questions email Michelle@sweetsouthernlovin.com*

30 comments:

  1. I use Dawn to soak the dried on messes.

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  2. I usually just soak them for awhile

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  3. Presoak!overnight if possible,or even an hour before washing,Dawn dish soap is my favorite but any dish soap is better than nothing and certain dishes need to be put to soak immediately after using,the frying pan,and two of my other pet peeves,the cheese grater and broiling pan,both are stuck on worse if you don't soak them.you can tell I have to do the dishes all the time,it's a passionate subject for me!

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  4. you gotta pre-soak dirty dishes to get them clean.

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  5. I usually soak the dishes that have really stuck on food.

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  6. The absolute best thing I've come up with for stubborn stuck on food is a little bit of warm vinegar. You just have to let it sit for a few minutes and the stuff will almost jump off the dishes.

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  7. It comes to sticky food which is difficult to remove even after dishwashing, thats why i need cascade which i think is going to do a fabulous job.

    Melissa George (Era Light)

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  8. Always soak for awhile in HOT HOT water and dish soap.

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  9. I like to let them soak in water before putting them in the dishwasher

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  10. Soak, Soak, Soak--also, wash your dishes before you put them in the dishwasher, it helps them get even more clean!

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  11. I usually soak them for a while and then scrub them. I have heard many good things though about Cascade platinum so I am going to give this a try

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  12. I always soak the dishes for awhile.

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  13. Rinsing the dishes before hand and sometimes scraping them off a little helps. These pacs seem like I could skip that step, though! Thanks for the opportunity.

    seasidesmitten@aol.com

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  14. I always rinse the dishes before placing in the dishwasher.

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  15. I soak the dishes that have stuck on food.

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  16. I try to use Pam or similar product to coat my pans. If they are to messy I leave them to soak for a while in hot water and detergent

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  17. I soak and use a scrubbie.

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  18. Soaking and scrubbing is my way of cleaning stuck on food

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  19. I soak them to make clean up easier

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  20. I soak the dishes in extremely hot water for awhile.

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  21. I just use my dishwasher so that I don't have to get my hands dirty.

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  22. I always keep a regular sponge and a mesh like sponge. I use the regular sponge on all the dishes. The ones that clean right off go into the dishwasher, and the ones that are a little more stubborn get round two with the mesh sponge. It helps with the hard stuff and doesn't scratch.

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  23. I leave pans in the sink overnight with cascade

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  24. I soak my pans to help with the clean up!

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  25. Using Cascade. Much easier than scrubbing

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  26. I don't do the dishes as much as my wife just because she says I don't get them clean enough. I know she soaks them a lot.

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