Who knew that liquid dish soap can’t substitute for dishwasher soap?
Clearly, not us.
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I’m sure that you don’t want to know this, but the problem is that liquid dish soap has LOTS more bubbles than the stuff that you use in the sink. soap for front loading high efficiency clothes washers and dish washers are lower in bubbles so (It’s a different type of soap and I can’t remember what kind) so that this doesn’t happen.
heehee. that’s…hilarious. 🙂
ha ha ha
lucy, you got some splainin to do!
if you are still getting bubbles put ice cubes in it
We’d so do something like that.
Wasn’t this a Brady Bunch episode?
I have SO done this! I knew it wouldn’t work with the usual amount, but I thought if I just put in a bit less? Nope…crazy bubbles everywhere! LOL
That’s kind of awesome. I actually knew this but I didn’t know how interesting the results would be!
I love it. That’s awesome!
Too funny! I just documented a similar event (liquid soap in the dishwasher) on my blog “Kitchen Patrol”. Check it out if you need a laff or two:
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