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Post# 709453   10/15/2013 at 13:28 (3,832 days old) by Mich (Hells Kitchen - New York)        

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Which one of you listed this? :P 


http://www.ebay.com/itm/Cascade-Automati...





Post# 709502 , Reply# 1   10/15/2013 at 16:26 (3,832 days old) by redcarpetdrew (Fairfield, CA)        

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Couldn't have been one of us. No one here would have parted with it...

RCD


Post# 709512 , Reply# 2   10/15/2013 at 16:58 (3,832 days old) by Mich (Hells Kitchen - New York)        
One can purchase...

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a 24 box case online, for like $60. 

 

I just had a *feeling* a fellow member here posted it, consider there eBay screename was "awfanatic"...




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Post# 709517 , Reply# 3   10/15/2013 at 17:42 (3,832 days old) by whirlykenmore78 (Prior Lake MN (GMT-0500 CDT.))        
Not me.

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I use Institutional Cascade.

WK78


Post# 709523 , Reply# 4   10/15/2013 at 18:14 (3,832 days old) by pdub (Portland, Oregon)        
WK78

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Have you heard anything about the Institutional Formula of Cascade also becoming phosphate-free?

I read a post on another forum where someone claimed this to be happening as of now and wondered if it was true?

Patrick


Post# 709528 , Reply# 5   10/15/2013 at 18:32 (3,832 days old) by Washman (o)        
Phosphates YEA!

Gimme some!

Post# 709541 , Reply# 6   10/15/2013 at 19:33 (3,832 days old) by Mich (Hells Kitchen - New York)        
Procter & Gamble

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Is currently, in the process of reformatting Institutional Cascade, due to NY's (and soon to be other states) requirement of Phosphate Free, detergents for Commercial Use. 

 

The new (Phosphate Free) formulation should be quite similar, to the current formula & performance of Cascade Gel. 

 

 

http://www.pg.com/productsafety/msds/professional_line/professional_line/PG_Professional_Cascade_Automatic_Dishwashing_Detergent_-_Powder.pdf

 

That's the Current MSDS sheet, for Institutional Production of Cascade, and thanks to Right to Know Chemical Acts, STPP is listed ;) 

 

 


Post# 709571 , Reply# 7   10/16/2013 at 00:53 (3,832 days old) by pdub (Portland, Oregon)        

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Thanks Mich. So it's true then and pretty soon all phosphated Cascade will be gone. Good to know.

Post# 709613 , Reply# 8   10/16/2013 at 08:14 (3,831 days old) by Mich (Hells Kitchen - New York)        
Unfortunately...

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Yes :( One truly wishes P&G would use there money, to buy some lobbyists to stop all this crap, but, apparently it's not worth it to them.

So much for "progress" in this country...



Post# 709719 , Reply# 9   10/16/2013 at 18:43 (3,831 days old) by whirlykenmore78 (Prior Lake MN (GMT-0500 CDT.))        
Non phosphate detergent for commercial dishmachines

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I have been using them for a while now.  As much as I was unsure at first the 3 I've used ( Ecolab Solid Fusion,  Ecolab Apex Power and Ecolab Solid Power XL)  work well in dishmachines supplied with softened water and deliver good results.  I have also used Solid Power XL and Apex Power in hard (25 grain) water and found the results to be decent. 

 

I should hope that If P&G is reworking Institutional Cascade to eliminate phosphates they leave out the enzymes.  These will not work in the high temperatures and very short wash times of commercial dishmachines.

WK78


Post# 710900 , Reply# 10   10/22/2013 at 18:08 (3,825 days old) by whirlykenmore78 (Prior Lake MN (GMT-0500 CDT.))        
Yet another (Win) for the Commiecrat backed Greenies!

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No Wonder I'm an Independent.  The Commiecrats supported this and the Rebigotans were too lazy to stop it. 

WK78



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