I buy mine at Sam's. I always buy the best Charmin. When I opened this
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pack of Charmin it had not only less sheets, but it was over a 1/4 inch narrower. Yet it was the same price. I take 3 of my friends with me when shopping at Sam's and I insisted they buy the best one. I said you use much less with the best. They bought. Now I'm sorry I suggested it because we got ripped off.
CINCINNATI, OHIO -- On the package of disposable diapers you have printed directions on how to dispose of solid waste. However, every mother I know, including my daughters, do not follow the directions which state to flush ... read full review5 Replies - Latest reply on 08/12/2013
I have been using this product for 20+ years and in less than six months it doubled in price and I was not pleased with the out come of this roduct as I have been in the past, I an not sure what the company changed or why the price went that much higher in such a short time and the product was not as well, I am not happy with the results. 2 Replies - Latest reply on 01/22/2012Add reply
I hate the smell of all the new Downey products. they are the most putrid smell ever. I have called them several times and wish they would go back to the original scent of April fresh. I got so many compliments on the smell of my clothes. Why do they do such stupid things.
If it ain't broke don't try to fix it with junk. go back to the original scent please!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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. 2 Replies - Latest reply on 07/05/2011Add reply
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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 ... read full review18 Replies - Latest reply on 11/06/2010
I think coupons are a waste of time and money. A company has to find a printer, a consumer has to clip it out, a cashier must scan it, the merchant has to send it back to the company, the ... read full review4 Replies - Latest reply on 05/19/2010
I have been using Charmin Plus 1 ply since it came on the market. It was wonderful. Now you have completely changed it and it is horrible. When you use it, it disintegrates into tiny pieces. Half of them are on the floor and the other half are sticking to you.
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I know hundreds of people are complaining. Please, please go back to the original formula.
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WEAVER, ALABAMA -- I have used Procter & Gamble products for many years. I have always found them to work. Dawn dish liquid is the very best especially the new, hand renewal, it really works. My hands are softer than ever.
Gain laundry detergent is the very best for removing stains, I have used gain since my son was a very young boy, he is now 46 & I am still using it I would not change using Procter & Gamble products for any one or anything.
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.
CINCINNATI, OHIO -- I have taken offense and become angrier each time I view the Charmin Bath Tissue commercial. Using Mandel's "Messiah" to sell toilet paper is blatantly ignorant. The "Messiah" is an oratorio celebrating the birth of Christ, and is a piece of revered religious music. It is meant to be uplifting to the soul, not the bottom! I think 'offensive' is too kind a word, and I will not be buying any P&G products. In fact, I'm switching to Colgate toothpaste!
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I don't believe P&G is satanic (circa the logo uproar), but get a clue!