#ThankYouMom for my Sparkling Clean Dishes! #PGMom
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Buying a house can be a stressful time in your life and I am so grateful for all the tips my mom gave me about what she used to clean her house and so much more. After moving into our new house we purchased a dishwasher right away. I had never had a dishwasher on my own only when I lived at home and truth be told I did not pay attention at all to what dishwasher soap my mom used. It was just a chore I had to do.
After going to the store to pick up some dishwasher soap I chose the cheapest one I could find - I was trying to save money after all so the no name soap would have to do. My brand new dishwasher put spots all over my glasses and I was very disappointed. I talk to my mom daily so I mentioned it to her in conversation and she asked if I was using Cascade in my dishwasher. I asked her if she thought it would really make a difference and she said most definitely.
The next day I went to the store and picked up some Cascade and used it in our dishwasher. That was over 20 years ago now and I am happy to say my dishes are still sparkling clean with Cascade. Thank you mom for all the tips you have given me along the way, I don't know where I would be without them.
P&G has partnered with with Athletics Canada to provide members of their team competing at the upcoming Pan Am and Parapan Am Games in Toronto and their moms an assortment of P&G products from brands like Tide, Bounty, Pantene and Cascade.
P&G’s #ThankYouMom campaign is about giving athletes an opportunity to thank their biggest champions – their moms. As a proud sponsor of moms, P&G products are used and trusted by moms every day so moms can focus on supporting their children.
Here is the latest #ThankYouMom video from P&G? In it, Olympic medalist Brianne Theisen-Eaton thanks her Mom Kim for tips, advice & support. Kim reflects on Brianne’s journey as well.
Have an amazing week and remember
Do What You Love and Love What You Do,