Noah is back and this time, he’s got the marching band (hello Blue Devils!*) getting their act cleaned up with the Method Just Say No to Jugs Campaign.
Enjoy the video:
I’m a child of the 80’s, if you need details, I was in grade school, where Nancy Reagan drilled (indoctrinated?) “SAY NO TO DRUGS” into our heads for 8 years (I only had to tolerate 4 of this because of the timing) and this next installment of the Method campaign makes me giggle, like, well, like a schoolgirl. I should also note that my inner 12 year-old is also having fits of the giggles, but that is for less family friendly reasons.
Transparency: For the past couple of years I’ve been using the mega-size Costco (Kirkland’s?) version of free and clear laundry detergent in my HE washer. Why? Convenience. I don’t like going to the store much.
The day I made the run to Target and stocked up on Method products, I took a chance and grabbed the Fresh Air scented laundry detergent, normally I steer clear of scented products (oh come on, really? This isn’t the first time you’ve heard me fuss about perfumed products.)
I’ve now been using it exclusively for almost two months and I’m not going back. Heck, I may even get brave and try another scent. You think you’re scared? My entire world makes a little less sense.
So, what’s cool about the Method concentrated laundry detergent?
Squirt. Squirt. Squirt. Squirt.
Close the door and turn on the washer.
There’s no measuring. There’s no sticky laundry cap. There’s no guessing and there’s no need to buy the ginormous jugs of laundry detergent to prevent extra trips to the store or writing a Dear Home Ec 101 can I use dish detergent in my washer letter. A: Don’t.
I suppose, maybe if you have super hard water, you may need an extra squirt, but try the recommended amount first.
This is a sponsored post. I happily work with Method, but all opinions are my own.
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