1976 commercial for Flash Bathroom
Mr. Clean (branded as Flash in the UK) is a brand name fully owned by Procter & Gamble and created in Costa Rica. Mr. Clean also makes a melamine foam cleaner under the name-brand of Magic Eraser.
Mr. Clean made its (television) debut in 1958. Within the first six months of the introduction, Mr. Clean became the best-selling household cleaner on the market. In November 1962, Mr. Clean was assigned a first name Veritably Clean as a result of the “Give Mr. Clean a First Name” promotion.
Advert from 1974 for Stork Margarine.
Margarine as a generic term, can indicate any of a wide range of butter substitutes. In many parts of the world, the market share of margarine and spreads has overtaken that of butter. Margarine is an ingredient in the preparation of many foods and, in recipes and colloquially, is sometimes called oleo. It is also sometimes called “marge”.
Margarine naturally appears white or almost white: by forbidding the addition of artificial colouring agents, legislators in some jurisdictions found that they could protect their dairy industries by discouraging the consumption of margarine. Bans on adding color became commonplace in the U.S., Australasia and Canada; and, in some cases, those bans endured for almost 100 years. It did not become legal to sell coloured margarine in Australia, for example, until the 1960s.