I went to Costco yesterday after years and years of not going and I went nuts. I got a membership too. I got 4 twelve pound packages of baking soda and a 14 pound box of Oxiclean.
I'm in hog heaven.
Do any of you guys know if there are any sites that list all the ways you can use Oxiclean (I'm assuming it's the same as how you can use baking soda in millions of ways) and how much to use per application?
The Oxiclean website isn't too helpful with JUST pointing out the information for the Oxiclean Versatile powder. Also, like Arm & Hammer and it's baking soda, it only talks about how it boosts the cleaning power when mixed with regular detergents. I want to use the Oxiclean by itself.
Also, do any of you know about the new formulation of Oxiclean? Is it still as safe as the original formula? Oxiclean, I read, is about 50-70% Sodium Percarbonate and Sodium Carbonate. The rest is a nonionic surfactant/detergent, and some cleaning boosters.
I'm thinking that I'll use the Oxiclean for stuff like tubs and toilets, and if and when I need a boost for my laundry, but I'd prefer baking soda next to my skin.
I can probably also use the Oxiclean in place of dishwashing powder or liquid. It will be a little stronger than baking soda and the Oxiclean will have an added boost of having a bit of detergent in it, but it's still environmentally friendly.
Any thoughts, information, or suggestions? Not sure how much to use anywhere...