A Message from your local "Save the Planet" Soap Company.

A Message from your local "Save the Planet" Soap Company.

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    A Message from your local "Save the Planet" Soap Company.

    Okay, in preparation for the birth of our child I went ahead and bought some non-toxic, gentle detergent and house-hold cleaner with which to wash baby's stuff.

    I was reading the bottle and this is their big "CAUTION" message on the back...



    Has anyone here even HEARD of a insect veterinarian?


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    Holy Cow, tell me you made that with photoshop or something?
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    Has anyone here even HEARD of a insect veterinarian?
    Nope!

    What brand is that? Sounds like it would work well on my lawn.

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    No but tell me what the product is, I have some spiders I'd like to "rinse off"...

    oh and as the mother of 4 boys, you really don't need to buy into the hype of "baby-safe" products for the most part, Tide(or any other general detergent) works great for washing baby clothes/bedding, and if you are overly concerned about disinfectants, use vinegar...

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    Quote Originally Posted by limatunes View Post
    Has anyone here even HEARD of a insect veterinarian?

    -ring-

    "Doctor can you hurry? I just sprayed some hornets with this stuff and they are really mad. You have to come save them."

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    eschew obfuscation

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    Yes...the insect veterinarian only does six or eight legged mammals. Hey! If they're still squirming after the first spritz....just hit 'em again. Then you won't have to worry about who to call. Love that "green label". That's a subconscious thing. Best thing you can use is dishwashing liquid, or anti-bacterial soap. That works for just about everything known to mankind. Worst thing is if you don't wash it all off, then the little one will be squirting for a week or more. Heck...isn't that what they do anyway?

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    I can just see walking into the vet with a cockroach on a leash and telling them you think per city ordinance your pet needs his rabies shot,and if they could trim his nails while they're at it.So I guess peta makes household detergent.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cupcake View Post
    Holy Cow, tell me you made that with photoshop or something?
    Nope. That is EXACTLY what it says on the back of the bottle.

    I couldn't believe it. JD and I laughed and laughed.

    The stuff does work great, however. It took out a 6-month old sauce stain on a hand-crotched doily that was given to us for our wedding without bleaching it.

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    That's funny as all get out.
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    I hope you mean hand-crocheted!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by limatunes View Post
    Has anyone here even HEARD of a insect veterinarian?
    Actually, yes. I met one at Home Depot. He sold me a device to help those poor critters.

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    If'n it ain't safe to spray on cockroaches or far ants, zacly how safe is it fer yer yung'un?????

    I think I'd just git me some 20 Mule Team Borax or sumthin 'nstead.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tamworth View Post
    I hope you mean hand-crocheted!!!
    LMAO.. Yeah.. That's what I meant.

    You can't blame me. I have a 2 1/2 lbs child sucking the brain power out of me.

    And the funny thing is it doesn't say it will kill the insects just just they will be unlucky and should be rinsed with potable water for 15 minutes and that I should contact the Humane society.

    Yeah right, I know how to be Humane.. end their suffering! MU HAHAHAA.

    Not that I'm going to give my son the bottle and test just how non-toxic it is but if it won't even kill a fire ant I'm sure any residue left on my boy's squishy blanket/rattle/thingy that he's probably going to spend a good time sucking on in his early months is not going to harm him.

    That, and above all else, the stuff does clean.

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    It's very important to have clean spiders, fire ants and roaches.
    I would recommend anointing them with regularity.
    There are hazards associated with tapwater rinse, so perhaps if you would leave this benificent treehugger compound on them and let them rainwater rinse in the next rain storm.
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    The only sure way to make sure all your spiders are really REALLY clean is to use fire.
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