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March 30, 2010

A Top of the Line Washing Machine in Nanaimo

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A Top of the Line Washing Machine in Nanaimo

by  Dick Hunt, March 7th, 2010.

When we were living in Campbell River, I sponsored as a Shaklee member a woman who was then living in Nanaimo.  Her husband was the Repair Mechanic for Woodwards Stores there. He brought into his basement workshop one day a fairly new, top of the line automatic Washing machine, returned to the store under warranty.  It had malfunctioned after only a few months of use.  He was starting to dismantle it at about the time his wife walked into the shop and she suggested he should stop, plug it in, hook up the water hoses and drain hose and fill it with water, then add the approved amount of Shaklee Basic L (L for Laundry) and run a load without clothes in it.  He was sure it wouldn’t  do any good, but to humor his wife, he went along with it.

To his astonishment, it functioned well, went through the cycles and pumped the water out of the tub without a whimper.  “But” , he said, “that was only water.  It won’t work with clothes in it”.  His wife was sure it would so she filled it with the dirtiest clothes she could find, with Basic L laundry cleaner and asked him to run them through.  He did and it worked perfectly.  No repairs – just Shaklee Laundry cleaner. And the tub was sparkling clean.  Users of Shaklee cleaning products are used to having a clean machine without sludge or a build up of metal destroying chemicals left to attack and destroy the pumps and other parts of the machine. When the final pump out takes place it takes all the soil with it and furthermore what goes into the sewage line is fully biodegradable within 72 hours, leaving no trace of cleaning  residue.  Manufacturers of over the counter cleaning products include an additive which produces lot’s of foam to fool the customers into thinking  that is necessary for getting things clean (including people).  Just watch the ads. The use of Shaklee cleaning products is not  only kind to people, (including babies), but to the entire environment, of which a large part is human beings. Good for our budgets too.

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