I used the "Nice and Easy" foam hair color and it was HORRIBLE! It seemed to work okay until I had to do the back of my hair. The foam would not dispense unless the bottle was at the correct angle (hard to do when your hand is behind your head) and the foam just came out and dripped down the bottle and all over my back.
The foam stains your body within seconds (literally) so you're trying to wipe off the stains in the middle of your back while still coloring your hair. The foam also stains your hairline with speckles of dark color which I had to remove with fingernail polish remover (it was only partially successful). The color was much darker than it said and my hairline was stained for about a week. PLEASE take this product off the market! The marketing is so enticing but it's totally wrong--it's not easier than the old fashioned mixture.
I am very upset about the Tide television commercial where a young lady asks her mother if she has seen her green blouse. The mother replies that it is 'not her style' but it quickly becomes apparent that she is lying as she is seen partying and wearing the 'green blouse'. She then retrieves it from the laundry hamper and washes it and secretly replaces it in her daughters closet. What is the message that is being promoted here? That parents cannot be trusted. That parents lie to their kids? Honesty was left buried in the 20th century? Shame on Proctor and Gamble.
Your Mother daughter commercial where the mother lies to her daughter about having worn the daughter's blouse says volumes about the character and honor of your company. Today's business world may be a life and death struggle for survival, but character still counts. This ad is disgusting.
ILLINOIS -- I recently purchased a jug of gain detergent with baking soda. Nothing on the label indicated it to contain coloring, which I have to avoid. What a disappointment to discover upon opening the jug, it did have coloring added. This is not just a little coloring--it is a very dark green color. Their label simply says: "ingredients include biodegradable surfactants (anionic and nonionic) enzymes and baking soda."
Needless to say, if P&G chooses to limit their ingredient list this way, I will buy none of their products. I realize many people do not have a problem with coloring, but why not let the buyer know if it is included. And what is the point of adding coloring to laundry detergent anyway? Goofy, goofy goofy. Oh yes, and try sending them an email. What a hassle.
The New Bounce Stick on Fabric Cube you stick in your dryer and its supposed to last up to 4 months?? What a joke I put it in my dryer and within minutes of drying the very first load it came apart and got a chalky buildup all over my clothes had to rewash them several times just to get the fabric softener out of my clothes, also when I did buy the product from Wal-mart they had NO replacements for the product and said they didn't know when they would be getting some. VERY VERY disappointed in this product. If anyone else has had a problem let me know...
Do you know how the product from this company you use made it to the stores? Well, first it went through many animal tests. Many UNNECESSARY animal tests. I came across a website which opened my eyes. It is not the law to test on animals, and despite human volunteers, they continue to do animal tests that include stripping layers of skin, burning the eyes, making animals breathe intoxicated air until they die, removing dogs vocal cords - this is so they cannot bark when they are in pain. Any many more. It is cruel and monsters work. I personally, refuse to have anything to do with any company that supports animal testing.
MADISONVILLE, KENTUCKY -- Yesterday evening my youngest son managed to get his little mits on a black permanent marker. Three year old, permanent marker-need I say more. I purchased these little Mr. Clean magic erasers about two weeks ago just for these situations. And I am not too overly impressed with them. We had permanent marker all over the linoleum floor. The door to the garage and on the kick molding of our wall. I wet the product according to package directions and the first thing I noticed was that even though soaking wet it still managed to stay light and easy to use.
It worked wonderful getting off the marker from the door and kick molding. The only thing was you had to scrub extremely hard to get it off. The eraser itself became full of holes and was very worn after only 5 minutes of scrubbing. Not something I would have expected from a product they claim can be used over and over again. I barely got one use out of one eraser.
Now to the floors, I wet the second eraser in the package according to the directions and tried to scrub the marker off the linoleum. It did not work at all. It didn't even lighten the ink stain. This product claims to be able to remove scuff marks and stains off of all surfaces, including linoleum. It did not take off the marker. We had a small scuff mark from my sons hot wheels and it did not get that up either.
Mr. Clean Magic Erasers have their good uses though. With some super duper scrubbing it did take off the marker from the walls, the kick molding, the door, and the refrigerator like it said it would. And I would recommend this product for someone who has a small scuff on their molding or doors.
The downside is that the product itself in my honest opinion is not intended for multiple uses as they claim. It falls apart very easily after prolonged periods of scrubbing. And at over 3.00 for two I would highly advise those with big jobs like mine not to waste your money on these. You will have more success with an acetone based nail polish remover and straight bleach.
Luv's size 3 diapers burst and the filling goes all over including all over my 19 mo. old granddaughter. We already change her 2 to 3 times a night to try to keep this from happening but to no avail. Something needs to be done about this. It's like the seams burst open, don't know if it's from too much filling or what, but it sure is nasty and unsanitary. I know they also make pampers etc, what are we to do???????
I agree with the consumer who didn't like the design of the container for 3D Crest White. I find it difficult to use all the toothpaste because of the large opening of the tube that seems to be immovable when tying to get the last of the tube. I am wasting a considerable amount of toothpaste by having to leave it in the tube. Perhaps another design would be in order for the tube.
I always look at the Sunday papers for the coupons. There were four different sections this week and one was P&G. Their coupons were the only ones written in both English and Spanish. I threw them out as I do not think it is appropriate to have them in both languages. We life in America and unless your greed is definitely showing or your company is in big trouble, all should be written in English. Your products, all of them, will not be on my grocery list in the future.