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February 08, 2011


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I would suggest that Rowan have several outfits of work clothing; he could store the dirty outfits in a tick-tight container and that way save up a few outfits to wash together. At least he would not be washing & drying work clothing every night.

Garmin 1350LMT

Think green environment, then we should just wash our cars with water instead of using chemical car wash shampoo.

Stelle Courney

Hmm, that's a pretty reasonable debate. I prefer cleaning a car with just water, since some of the cleaning soaps in the market can harm your car. And it's sensible to clean your car and do lawn maintenance at the same time.

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