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Old 06-14-2005, 02:21 PM   #1
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Previously when we were out rving for awhile we were using boxes of laundry soap with individually wrapped packets of soap for the laundry, cannot find it now, anyone know where I can find it now? I know I can put indivdual amounts in plastic ziplock bags, but just wondering. Also, anyone have a fix for individual packets of fabric softner, not the sheets of softner, but the actual liquid fabric softner? Thanks for any advice.
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Previously when we were out rving for awhile we were using boxes of laundry soap with individually wrapped packets of soap for the laundry, cannot find it now, anyone know where I can find it now? I know I can put indivdual amounts in plastic ziplock bags, but just wondering. Also, anyone have a fix for individual packets of fabric softner, not the sheets of softner, but the actual liquid fabric softner? Thanks for any advice.
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Old 06-14-2005, 02:43 PM   #3
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I, too, used the individual laundry packets until they became unavailable. Loved them. Now I get the small boxes of detergent and use them for laundry. I use the laundry sheets so I don't worry with the liquid softener. Wish they still sold those individual packets.
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Old 06-14-2005, 03:56 PM   #4
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Why not carry a small container of fabric softener with you to laundry? Then you can fill it up with a bigger botle in the MH. Easy and doesn't weight too much
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Hi,

Well another way is to request a sample of a product from the main companies webpage too. I've gotten things that way. There are tons of freebie sites around too that you can get free samples of detergent sent to you.

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I can't remember the brand, but one company came out with the liquid detergent and fabric softener in one bottle. I bought it and am happy with the results.
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