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Was doing the NY Times crossword puzzle from 9/12/2010 and it had a clue about what Fels-Naptha removed, according to the ad. Never heard of the stuff, so I googled it and ended up here. Answer was 'Tattletale Gray'. Thanks!
03 December 2010 at 12:23 AM
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