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Power Lifting…with Your Dirty Dishes

Days are shorter, nights are cooler, mornings are crazier, but nothing says fall and back to school to me like this:

If summer is all about lazy mornings, pancakes, cinnamon buns and bacon, then fall is all about quick bowls of cereal, toast with peanut butter and the dreaded oatmeal. I only dread the oatmeal because of the cement-like material that I find on my dishes when I return home at the end of the day. My mother jokes that she doesn’t need a dishcloth to wipe the post-oatmeal breakfast table; she needs a chisel!
Recently Cayla and I were treated to a wonderful cooking class with David Rocco, at which he charmed us with his personality, impressed us with his cooking skills, and promised us that we’d be impressed with Dawn’s new Power Lift dishwashing liquid. Cayla shared the wonderful risotto recipe, and now I’m going to extol the virtues of the Dawn Power Lift.
Rocco assured us that Dawn’s powerful cleanser could tackle the risotto dishes we all left him with after our coking class, but I’m convinced my own oatmeal bowls are a bigger challenge. Dawn promises that with its cleaning agents you get the power of an overnight soak in just five minutes. One week into oatmeal season and I’m a convert. I throw the bowls (or more accurately have the kids throw them) into the sink in the morning. When I return home, eight hours later, I fill the sink with warm water and Dawn’s Power Lift and leave them for five minutes. As promised, the hardened food washes off easily.
So if, like me, you’re not tackling your dirty dishes the minute your guests have licked their plates, find Dawn Power Lift in grocery stores across the country. Save your own heavy lifting for your gym workout, and let Dawn tackle the power lifting in your sink.
For more information, free samples and recipes, like Cascade and Dawn’s Facebook Fan page.

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