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Thread: Reusable color catcher.

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    Power Poster BellaBoo's Avatar
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    http://www.carbona.com/color-grabberreusablecloth.html

    I found this too:

    http://www.carbona.com/color-run-remover.html

    New on the shelf at Walmart. The reusable cloth is only $3. And they had the Faultless Iron Cleaner in the tube, I haven't seen that there in several years. The shelf tags said Back Again! I hope they put back a lot of items they use to sell. They sold a product that was the very same as Mary Ellen's Best Press before Best Press was available. I sure wish I had stocked up on it then. It was $4 a big quart bottle.

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    Isn't that interesting? They have been selling the reuseable catchers in my store all along LOL
    I am glad that you got these back :D:D:D

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    When I travel I stop at most Walmarts and it's amazing the difference in most stores. Some I would never step foot in again, some are fantastic. I can see how some love Walmart and some hate it. You'd think corp. would send inspectors out to see the difference in staff and cleanness at stores.

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    We sold those at JoAnn's in the early 90s. I loved mine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BellaBoo
    http://www.carbona.com/color-grabberreusablecloth.html

    I found this too:

    http://www.carbona.com/color-run-remover.html

    New on the shelf at Walmart. The reusable cloth is only $3. And they had the Faultless Iron Cleaner in the tube, I haven't seen that there in several years. The shelf tags said Back Again! I hope they put back a lot of items they use to sell. They sold a product that was the very same as Mary Ellen's Best Press before Best Press was available. I sure wish I had stocked up on it then. It was $4 a big quart bottle.
    Thanks for the heads up. BrendaK

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    I wonder if they will sell these in the Canadian Wal-Marts, because I cannot find any brand of colour catchers here in any store. I read somewhere that they discontinued selling colour catchers in Canada. How stupid is that???

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    That is stupid. Better that the dies go into the water?

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    I have been buying the reusable color catchers at our WM for quite some time. I got my first one maybe 1 1/2 years ago.

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    I love my carbona. It's great!

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    Bella Boo, I got those color catchers about a year or so ago. They really do work. I never put them in the dryer, I closepin them to a hanger above the washer for use the next time. Amazing to watch them get darker after each wash.

    I got mine at JoAnn's but last time I went to replace them, JoAnn's wasn't carrying them anymore. Glad to know that our Walmart might have them.

    Haven't seen any signs of fabric returning to our WM yet. Hope... hope... hope!

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