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Oxi-Clean - Different Brands?
In one of the first advertising commercials for Oxi-clean, the guy that advertises it, Billy Mays, has an aquarium. He places a white t-shirt with a stain on it into the aquarium. If you pay attention it has a "W" on the top. Which stands for Wilson. When he removes it the stain is gone. WOW!! But wait! If you pay close attention to the top of the shirt, you see an "R" which I think stands for Rawlings. The shirt changes brands right before our eyes! WOW!
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Contributed By: Dustin on 08-22-2001 and Reviewed By: Webmaster
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Indigo_violet writes:
Actually, I've used the stuff, and it works just like it does on TV. The only part that gets me is when they clean the little square of carpet, they pour on at least half a cup of the stuff! I, for one, don't pour that much liquid on my carpet for ANY reason. Makes a nice sloppy wet spot.
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HowitZer writes:
there's no surprise there man. That oxi clean product is just a gimmick. So the fact that they switched shirts makes sense since that product is pure BS.
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ConanaBanana02 writes:
i tried oxy clean and it did absolutely nothing. stupid product.
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wolf359 writes:
Just tried Oxi clean all over my flat! I can honestly say without any exaggeration that there is no difference between this product and pure 100% WATER!!!!!! What a con! Anyone seen the new ad for "Cillit Bang?" Apparently a one second dunk of a 20 year old copper coin into this stuff transforms it into MINT condition!
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