Yes I remember the 3 of them. Rinso and Oxydol definitely in the 1950's and was later on I heard of Omo and remember the advert jingle on the old tv's - , 'Omo adds white, white whiteness' probably late 50's early 60's. In Glasgow as probably many other cities we had the old 'wash houses' in the public baths and memories of my mum and granny, turban on their heads, all the week's washing wrapped in a big sheet and pushed in what had been my go chair (push chair) to the wash house, better known as 'the steamie'. They then had to get what you called 'a stall' to do your washing and what a chat people had, shouting to each other from stall to stall. There's a pretty well known Scottish play called 'The Steamie' which often is on TV around Hogmanay (New Years Eve to those of you further afield) and it really sums up what I recall all those years ago entranced watching my grannie and mum. You moved on to the wringers and someone was always available to give you a helping hand as your sheet or whatever came through the wringer. Yes those were the days!