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(...ˈrɪnso)
in. to fail; to collapse in price. (A play on to go down the drain. Rinso is a laundry soap that goes down the drain after it is used. Used in the context of the securities markets or other financial setting.) I knew my bank account would go Rinso after last month’s bills came in.
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Major Products: Home Care--Domestos, Omo, Surf, Ala, Biotex, Blueair, Brilhante, Cajoline, Cif, Coral, Drive, Jif, New Magic, Persil, Puro, Rin, Rinso, Robijn, Savo, Skip, Sun, Surf Excel, Unox, Viss, Vivere, Wheel, Xtra, Andy, Cunataf, Deja, Dero, Fab, Fofo, Lavomatic, Mimosin, Nevex, Radiante, Sunil, Sunlight, Super Pell, Szavo,Via,Viso,Vixal, Wipol and Wonderlight.
The term "soap opera" comes from brands like Oxydol and Rinso that brought viewers their favorite daytime dramas.
It has highly recognised brands, namely Omo, Rinso and Yumos, along with an extensive distribution network.
The brand came head to head with Unilever's Rinso Antinoda, but it managed to surpass Rinso's sales value despite the lower price.
These multi-hanky melodramas had housewives weeping over their ironing boards, in aid of hawking detergents like Rinso (there were non-soap sponsored soaps, too).
Myshopping and nattering friend says it was Rinso (a washing powder) that was used before the advent of the many varieties of washing-up liquid but I still canna mind
Crespi's Gino Zanrosso gets elbowed in the face by San Fernando's Rinso Molitika on a lay up Monday.
25,000 Coconut 250 per fruit 1,000 per fruit Carrots 1,250 3,500 Tea 750 1,750 Kerosene 300 per litre 900 per litre Petrol 700 per litre 1,750 per litre Toothbrush 750 1,500 Rinso (washing powder) 6,000 per kg.
Others were familiar, like weekly purchases of Rinso washing powder, Reckitt's blue, and Colman's starch.
When Rinso and Lux first came on the market, the women Minwell spoke to told how their mothers felt it would be too extravagant to use them.
See BORDEN 596-7 for an account of a large retail chain, which could buy an unadvertised brand of powdered soap at 60% of the wholesale price of rinso or Oxydol, and sell it for 14 cents a package as against 19 cents for the advertised brands, retaining a wider margin than on the advertised brands.
Even while disguised in blackface he was meant to be Rinso white.
Fragments of music, a swiftly touching Billie Holliday phrase, a commercial for Rinso laundry soap, none staying long enough to control the attention; behind these shards sang the soft chords from the two pianos.
It was also big business, as manufacturers of everything from Rinso to Ipana well understood.
A few days into the summer the kids' first names fell away for good, and years later you'd remember only Mandrake, Rinso, Mahatma (a brown and shriveled seven-year-old), Shamus, Toto (after the comedian, not the dog), Stringbean, Cupid, Ace and Deuce (tennis-playing twins).