Nov 29, 2009

500th post & Tide® Coldwater Giveaway

**Contest Closed**
The winners are Darrin and Hondoray6. Thanks to all for participating!

We can't believe that we are celebrating 500 posts here at Momfiles! 500 posts?? Wow, we are really loved! Thanks for all your support, friendship and comments over the past few years. We have made some great connections along the way and value our readers.

We wanted to do something fun so our friends at Tide® decided to help us out. They sent us what I call a 'mom's dream', a full year's supply of Tide® Coldwater! How amazing is that?? In days of a weak economy everyone is cutting back where they can. One great way is to do laundry in cold water. Most people would think there is no way you can get clean clothes in cold water. You would be amazed how well this product works! My daughters use it especially when they do a load of denim since they don't want their jeans to fade. They even hang them out to dry saving even more energy! In fact, you can save up to $10 on energy by washing in cold water with 100 oz. bottle of Tide® Coldwater. Go here and click on the "info" tab to see how the product works. I always check for Tide® Coldwater on sale and stock up when I do! Y'all know Dwayne is loving the fact that we are saving him money :)

Now I did mention the word FUN right? Well, the amazing folks at Tide® offered Two lucky Momfiles readers the chance to win a year's supply of Tide® Coldwater! The prize is in coupon form and I know you would LOVE to win this! Here are the details on how to enter:

Mandatory- Visit the Tide® Coldwater site and tell us what you have learned about the product or leave a comment telling us what you love about Momfiles. Comments that say "thank you" or "count me in" will be deleted. Want an additional entry? (You must complete the above method to qualify for extra entries)

--You can Twitter this giveaway (one per day) and leave me a link to your Tweet.
Example: Win a Year's Supply of Tide® Coldwater @momfiles http://bit.ly/7eTEgV ... #giveaway

-- Facebook this giveaway, and please leave a separate comment/link for each entry to count. (one per day)

--Follow me on Twitter or "friend me" on Facebook (leave a comment with a link) If you already follow let me know.

--You can also place our button on your blog or follow us (please leave a blog link in your comment or specify if you are a new or current follower).

*Be sure to have a visible email address in your comment if you do not have a Blogger profile. Giveaway is open to US residents only. Deadline to enter is December 16, 2009 at 11:59 pm EST. Good luck!

Thank you to Tide® for providing Momfiles with a year's supply of product coupons as well as sponsoring two winners one year's supply of coupons as well.

480 comments:

  1. You can save up to $10 on energy by washing in cold with 100 oz. bottle of Tide® Coldwater

    droopydog63@hotmail.com

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  2. Tide Coldwater can be used on all machine washable clothes.

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  3. I use Tide Coldwater regularly because it helps keep my clothes from fading and I like to save all the hot water for a nice long shower! Your website is a great place for me to learn about new products and stay up-to date.

    lindasuekoester@hotmail.com

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  4. I learned that surfactant molecules have two parts. One is "water loving" and the other is "water hating." The water-loving (hydrophilic) part breaks the surface tension of water. The water-hating (hydrophobic) part is attracted to oil and grease in soils, loosening and removing them from fabrics. Tide Coldwater is specially designed with an increased amount of surfactant chemistry (as compared to regular Tide) that allows it to penetrate easily into fabrics.

    mami2jcn at gmail dot com

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  5. I follow your blog.

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  6. I learned that it used surfactants to he;lp remove the grease and stains.

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  7. I'm friends with you on facebook.

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  8. I am a current follower of your blog.

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  9. You can really save a lot of money over a year just by switching to cold water. I have been using this Tide in cold water and my clothes seem to come out just as clean.

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  10. I learned that washing my clothes in cold water will save the color!
    Thank you for the giveaway :)
    hurdler4eva(at)gmail(dot)com

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  11. I follow your blog!
    Thank you for the giveaway :)
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  12. I only use Tide! I learned that you can save $10 on energy by washing in cold with 100 oz. bottle of Tide® Coldwater. Woohoo!!
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  13. I follow on twitter annedoggett
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  14. tweeted http://twitter.com/annedoggett/status/6179866293
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  15. I follow via Google Friend Connect
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  16. Tide is the only detergent I use. Plus, I save money by using cold water.

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  17. Tide Coldwater is available in Fresh Scent
    and Mountain Spring scents.
    Thanks so much.

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  18. Tide Coldwater is safe for all fabrics and machines

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  19. I learned that you can save up to $10 on energy by washing in cold with 100 oz. bottle of Tide® Coldwater*.

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  20. following on twitter, username: buttabee

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  21. I learned that Tide Coldwater is specially designed with an increased amount of surfactant chemistry which makes it easier for it to penetrate into fabrics breaking up dirt and grease ,helping for an overall cleaner effect!

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  22. I always wash clothes in cold but didn't realize that the cold water detergent was formulated differently- Tide Coldwater is specially designed with an increased amount of surfactant chemistry (as compared to regular Tide) that allows it to penetrate easily into fabrics.

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  23. tweeted-http://twitter.com/AutumH/status/6182205369

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  24. Follow you on twitter-AutumH

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  25. I follow on twitter (ohstac)

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  26. Follow your blog!

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  27. I learned that Tide Coldwater can also be used with warm water which is good for those washes when you should use a warmer temp (underthings). Nice to know you don't need to buy two types of laundry detergent.

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  28. Tweeted:
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  29. I follow you on Twitter @kellyblackwell

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  30. I learned that washing my clothes in cold water will save the the colr of the clothes and will also save money on my electricity bill.

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  31. I read that "Tide Coldwater is specially formulated with an increased amount of polymer technology (as compared to regular Tide) to suspend dirt particles to help prevent them from redepositing on fabrics, helping keep both your colors bright and your whites white." And I hate dingy whites, so that is pretty cool!

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  32. Well, I learned that you can save around $10 on your energy bill for every 100 oz bottle! Wow! I got through one of those every 2 weeks!

    I do use Tide, but I have NEVER used the Coldwater product!

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  34. Tide Coldwater is made up of surfectants which contain molecules that both breakup the surface tension of the water and attract oil and grease. The soil is broken lose from the fabric to be released during the wash.

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  35. I TWEETED about this giveaway:

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  36. I shared on Facebook:

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  37. I am following on twitter: (@pine1211)


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  38. I follow you through Google Friend Connect.

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  39. staci decoteau11/29/2009 8:29 PM

    Im with ya on facebook twitter and everywhere lol
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  40. staci decoteau11/29/2009 8:34 PM

    Got ya on twitter also

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  41. Staci decoteau11/29/2009 8:38 PM

    I learned that Tide cold water comes in many sizes (I knew that Im the tide queen love it) And I also know That Shelly the momfiles is an amazing cook, a great Mommy and a wife who loves her family with every ounce she has... I love your site,
    StaciD

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  42. I learned that tide cold water has an increased amount of surfactant activity compared to regulat tide. This make it able to clean better in cold water.
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  43. Follow on twitter (drellis500)
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  44. new follower via google FC
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  45. tweet http://twitter.com/drellis500/status/6187086684
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  46. I learned that Tide Coldwater can also be used in warm water if you want, so you don't have to buy regular detergent in addition to this.

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  47. Surfactant molecules have two parts. One is "water loving" and the other is "water hating." which is in Tide coldwater products. And it comes in 2 great smelling scents.

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  48. I learned that washing my clothes in cold water will save the color and will not fade.

    honeybeez80@yahoo.com

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  49. follow on twitter Missybeez80

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  50. learned the product can be used with both whites and colors; however, as with traditional laundry, sorting by color is highly recommended prior to cleaning, as some garments may bleed even in cold water conditions.
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  51. You know I'm following... on facebook

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  52. I absolutely love Tide Coldwater! I have always washed my clothes in cold water, unless I am trying to shrink something. So to have a product that makes me feel like my clothes are getting super clean like I like them, makes me so happy!

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  53. I am a follower of your blog, and I have your link on my blog

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  54. i learned the Tide coldwater has surfactant molecules

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  55. I learned that you can save a ton of money by switching over to using cold water- never would have occured tome- is that bad?!?!
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  56. Follow on Twitter- @tally2525
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  57. Tide Coldwater is safe for all machine-washable fabrics.

    Tide Coldwater is not only good for the planet and your electric bill; it is good for fabrics too, helping preserve color longer.

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  58. you can save 10 bucks in energy alone

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  59. Interesting fact, I knew I could use Tide coldwater and get the same results as if I used the warm water. What I didn't know is that I could save $10 per 100oz...that's about $60 or more a year (since I do so much laundry). Wow! I love to save money!

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  60. I learned that Tide Coldwater is available in an HE version, which is great because my washing machine can't use normal detergent.

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  61. tweet http://twitter.com/drellis500/status/6200099156
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  62. Tide Cold Water is available in fresh scent and mountain spring. I love momfiles because I can always find something that perks me right up when my day is not going so well.

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  63. http://twitter.com/theinsanewriter/status/6201401706

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  64. You can really save a lot of money over a year just by switching to cold water.

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  65. I posted a link on facebook. I'm also a follower on facebook and twitter.

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  66. I'm already following your blog! :)

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  67. washing clothes in cold water helps save the color.

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  68. Not only will washing in cold water help save money but it is also good on my clothes. Thanks so much!
    Kasandria

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  69. I follow you on twitter @waystosave

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  70. I freinded you on fb
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  71. I learned that using Tide Coldwater can save $10 on the energy bill per 100 oz bottle, that is great!

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  72. I learned that Tide Coldwater helps to prevent your clothes from fading.

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  73. Tide Coldwater is specially designed with an increased amount of surfactant chemistry (as compared to regular Tide) that allows it to penetrate easily into fabrics.

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  74. I am amazed at how much you can save just using Tide coldwater. Sounds like a great product, We would sure love it. I like that it can help with fading too..my biggest washing laundry pet peeve :)

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  75. Current blog follower

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  76. posted your tweet (cthmommy)

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  77. http://twitter.com/cthmommy

    follow you on twitter
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  78. I learned that it even cleans heavily soiled clothes!

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  79. I put it up on facebook again today too.

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  80. I'm excited about this product because it cleans the clothes and retains the color!
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  81. I will share my secret here, I have always used Tide (raising 4 kids including two naturally grungy boys what else was there?)and except for when one of the children was sick always washed in cold water. I would give grungy socks and jeans a pre soak in a bit of bleach water then drain, and refill using TIDE. After the kids grew up and their laundry became some else's problem I decided to save a few pennies so tried a couple of cheaper detergents. That lasted about one or two washes at most and one thing I noticed with the cheaper detergents was that they never got the dirty clothes smell out, (Ewww!) then back to my TIDE. It is hard to see how they could have improved an already excellent product but it seems they have and will give it a try after I use up my current bottle of Tide. Yes even at 74 I have some pretty grungy wash after a day in the garden or bathing my two dogs.

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  82. I learned that Tide Coldwater also has a HE(High Efficiency)version as well. Thanks for the chance!

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  83. I learned that Tide Coldwater is also specially formulated with an increased amount of polymer technology (as compared to regular Tide) to suspend dirt particles to help prevent them from redepositing on fabrics, helping keep both your colors bright and your whites white.

    Wow - chemistry in action!

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  84. I love the fact that you can use cold water conditions so you can save energy and money.

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  85. I learned that Tide Coldwater contains surfactants. Surfactant molecules have two parts. One is "water loving" and the other is "water hating." The water-loving (hydrophilic) part breaks the surface tension of water. The water-hating (hydrophobic) part is attracted to oil and grease in soils, loosening and removing them from fabrics.

    Thanks! sphinxcw at aol dot com

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  86. Washing with Tide Coldwater will help save $10 off your heating bill as well as preserve the colors of your clothing longer!



    jkalstrup@unomaha.edu

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  87. I can save money on my utility bill by using cold water tide

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  88. following on twitter..ronda garnett

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  89. I learned that it comes in two scents - Fresh Scent and Mountain Spring.

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  90. Tide Coldwater is safe for all fabrics and machines!!!
    sweezeybaby@yAHOO.COM

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  91. I learned that you can save up to $10 on energy by washing in cold with 100 oz. bottle of Tide® Coldwater.
    Now that is cool!

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  92. I learned that you can save money on your electricity bill by using Tide Cold water!

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  93. I tweeted:
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  94. I Facebooked the giveaway not sure how to send you it specifically though lol.

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  95. I am your friend on Facebook!

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  96. I follow you on twitter my username is Armywives101

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  97. I learned that you can save money by switching to cold water washing *and* save your clothes from fading and shrinking.

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  98. I like that it can be used on all machine washable clothes because believe it or not we actually buy 2 different laundry detergents. Ridiculous I know.

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  99. Giveaway is posted on FB http://www.facebook.com/posted.php?id=682543726&share_id=187629431364&comments=1#s187629431364

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  100. I tweeted
    http://twitter.com/thesweetesthing/status/6212256425

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  101. I am currently a fb friend

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  102. Your button is on my blog
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  103. tweet
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  104. From the Tide site, I learned that washing my clothes in cold water will help save the color.

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  105. I tweeted: http://twitter.com/crackersmacker/status/6214676173

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  106. Tide Coldwater is specially formulated for cold water conditions so you can save energy and money.

    Darrinmckoy at gmail

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  108. I like the wealth of information they provide about their product

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  109. I like the idea of saving money by using a product that is specially made for cold water washing.

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  110. My water heater doesn't have to work so hard since I started using cold water Tide.

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  111. Daily Tweet!

    Thank you so much for the great giveaway.

    http://twitter.com/kellyblackwell/status/6218554854

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  112. I learned it has surfactant molecules. Thanks for the chance.
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  113. I learned that washing your clothes in cold water saves the color
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  114. Tide Coldwater can be used on all machine washable clothes.

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  115. Tide Coldwater is specially formulated for cold water conditions so you can save energy and money.

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  116. Tide is the only detergent I use. Plus, I save money by using cold water

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  117. you can save $10 in energy bills for each bottle you buy

    Thanks for entering me! Great Contest!

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  118. I learned that Tide Coldwater contains surfactants. Surfactant molecules have two parts. One is "water loving" and the other is "water hating." The water-loving (hydrophilic) part breaks the surface tension of water. The water-hating (hydrophobic) part is attracted to oil and grease in soils, loosening and removing them from fabrics.

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  119. I learned that Tide Coldwater really will get clothes clean in cold water and it can be used on all machine washable clothes. I am queenesperfect at yahoo.com

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  120. tweet http://twitter.com/drellis500/status/6233225988
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  121. I learned that you can save up to $10 on energy by washing in cold with 100 oz. bottle of Tide® Coldwater*. Thanks!

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  122. I learned that it is speacially formulated for cold water conditions so that you can save energy and money!
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  123. tweet
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  124. posted on facebook
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  125. follow on twitter
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  126. friend on facebook
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  127. 2nd post for facebook http://www.facebook.com/theinsanewriter?filter=2

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  128. 2nd twitter posting http://twitter.com/theinsanewriter/status/6242264679

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  129. I didn't realize Tide Coldwater is specially designed with an increased amount of surfactant chemistry that allows it to penetrate easily into fabrics.

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  130. I tweeted
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  131. I learned about the Loads of Hope program. Who knew purchasing a T-shirt could do so much?
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  132. I am following on twitter @kayte71

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  133. http://twitter.com/kayte71/status/6249472749
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  134. I put it up on facebook again today.

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  135. tweet
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  136. I can save money washing my clothes in cold water.

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  137. http://twitter.com/Winner4life27/status/6252815080

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  138. I learned that the 150 oz package does 78 loads. Sounds great to me!

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  139. Tide Coldwater can also be used in warm water. I am also very impressed with the Loads of Hope program. Thanks!

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  140. Being a penny-pincher I love the fact that I can save up to $10 on energy by washing in cold water! Plus, Loads of Hope is super awesome!
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  141. I learned there are two part molecules included in Tide "water loving" and "water hating."

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  142. I learned that by using this it reduces energy bills and get a deep clean for my clothes by washing in cold with Tide Coldwater.
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  143. I am a current follower.
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  144. Tweet
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  145. I love reading about your family especially the kids!

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  146. Tide now has washing machine cleaner.

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  147. tweet http://twitter.com/drellis500/status/6268019252
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  148. Tide is the only detergent that I use in my household.I was amazed that I can save $10 on energy by washing in cold with 100 oz.bottle of Tide® Coldwater.That is amazing.I tweeted and follow as opalbaker.
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  149. I had no idea this existed. I always believed my mom when she said hot water was best, until I read the website :) amythomas at gmail dot com

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  150. Follow you on twitter as @atrane

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  151. cdziuba@aol.com I learned that washing my laundry in cold water not only saves me money in the family budget, but it also is not nearly as harsh on the fabrics of our clothing.

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  152. http://twitter.com/cdziuba/status/6273520146 tweeted

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  153. http://www.facebook.com/home.php#/profile.php?id=752204468&ref=mf Posted your giveaway on my Facebook page Carol P Dziuba


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  154. cdziuba@aol.com follow on Twitter cdziuba

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  155. cdziuba@aol.com Facebook friend Carol P Dziuba

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  156. cdziuba@aol.com button ceeceeblogger.blogspot.com

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  157. tide cold water can be used on all of your clothing, not just the whites!

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  158. Well, I learned their site will crash my Internet explorer LOL. But before the crash I learned that I could save money, clean my clothes just as well, and that it is more gentle on the fabric

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  159. Daily Tweet
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  160. Saves energy and your clothes really are clean

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  161. tweeted

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  162. I put it up on facebook again today

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  163. I learned that you can save 10 dollars per 100oz of cold water tide you use!

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  164. http://twitter.com/kayte71/status/6287444524
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  165. I learned that this can be used with warm washes also, so you only need to buy one type of detergent!

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  166. daily tweet
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  167. daily tweet
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  168. Pascha Dudley12/03/2009 8:59 AM

    I love Momfiles because it is a true account of a mom of today. The family photo's invite us in to share your experiences and Vent Day Wednesday is my absolute best part. It's a great way for woman (from Venus) and men (from Mars) to have a healthy beef.

    Tide Coldwater is energy efficient.

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  169. tweet http://twitter.com/drellis500/status/6303790213
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  170. I love that the mom-files is very informative and has heartfelt stories to tell.

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  171. I have your button!
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  172. I am a current follower.
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  173. http://twitter.com/kayte71/status/6317113727
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  174. Tweet
    http://twitter.com/kellyblackwell/status/6321846744

    kalea_kane(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  175. I learned that "Surfactant molecules have two parts. One is "water loving" and the other is "water hating." The water-loving (hydrophilic) part breaks the surface tension of water. The water-hating (hydrophobic) part is attracted to oil and grease in soils, loosening and removing them from fabrics." asthenight at gmail dot com

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  176. And, I put it up on facebook again.

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  177. daily tweet
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  178. I learned you can get this product in Mountain Spring or Fresh Scent.
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  179. I follow on Google Friend Connect.
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  180. tweet http://twitter.com/drellis500/status/6335460974
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  181. I learned that Tide coldwater comes in all these sizes!

    * 26 loads, 50 oz
    * 39 loads, 75oz
    * 52 loads, 100 oz
    * 78 loads, 150 oz


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  183. I learned how detergent works - pretty cool!
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  185. I learned that Tide Coldwater can be used on any garments that are considered machine washable.
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