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Promoted 05-22-2016 by Randy71 at 07:23 AM View Original Post
Amazon.com has 65-Count Cascade Platinum Actionpacs (Fresh Scent) for $12.07 after 'clipped' $5 off coupon (clipped automatically through link when logged in to Amazon) and checkout via Subscribe & Save. Shipping is free. Thanks lightedlandings

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Edited May 21, 2016 at 11:09 PM by BeAuMaN
There is a coupon available for Cascade to bring the total down quite a bit.
Hope it helps. I just purchased this at 16 + a few days ago but now it shows a coupon.
http://www.amazon.com/Cascade-Pla...B00JFR1HJM

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It depends on how well you pre-clean your dishes. I personally don't do anything except throw the solids in the trash then stick all the dishes in the dishwasher. I can say without a doubt that Platinum is worth it to me. Complete gets my dishes clean, with very few things needing a rewash, or handwash. Platinum leaves my dishes glistening and I've only had 1 bowl out of 100+ washes that needed to be handwashed. I remember the bowl well, because it happens that infrequently.





The difference is that you are talking about 2 completely different dish washing detergents.

TLDR; Buy platinum if you value your time

I'm a lazy food blogger who hates to clean. I've tried every brand of detergent/soap in the aisle and every combination of "spotting liquid." My current and favorite setup is Jet Dry (a Finish product) and Cascade Platinum. Jet dry is cheap and Platinum is the best. Finish Powerballs with Jet dry leaves hard water spots (my water isn't that hard, ~115 PPM). I would find that ~10-15% of my dishes would need another rewash due to this and the fact the detergent would leave some food stuck on. I found myself having to handwash a lot more because I didn't want to run the dishwasher for a few pieces.

Being a lazy chef I want to spend my time cooking and not cleaning. For less than a dime more per load I can completely ignore prewashing my dishes and I don't have to worry about spots or postwashing my dishes. The time and energy moving up to Platinum saves me is absolutely worth it.

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$10.27 after coupon and 15% SS, is this a good deal for 65 ct?
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Cascade is carcinogenic. Proof is just now leaking out. Look it up, really!
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Cascade is carcinogenic. Proof is just now leaking out. Look it up, really!
Can u share a link? I am not able to find one.
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Quote from BarbNovak View Post :
Cascade is carcinogenic. Proof is just now leaking out. Look it up, really!
what gee said in not finding anything... and really these days what ISN'T carcinogenic.
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Quote from BarbNovak View Post :
Cascade is carcinogenic. Proof is just now leaking out. Look it up, really!
Finding nothing on it. But I am seeing "carcinogenic cascade", which has nothing to do with this dishwasher detergent. Maybe you misread it.
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Quote from yakanism View Post :
$10.27 after coupon and 15% SS, is this a good deal for 65 ct?
So does any know off this is a good deal?
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Quote from vdChild View Post :
... and really these days what ISN'T carcinogenic.
cascade may not be carcinogenic but i really dislike this point of view because there are known carcinogens out there and to flatly deny existence of all of them 'because everything is cancer causing' is just lazy and shortsighted
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Quote from mikhoang View Post :
So does any know off this is a good deal?
Regular price varies at stores from $16.99-$17.99 in my area so I find it a good deal
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Quote from mikhoang View Post :
So does any know off this is a good deal?
@$0.18/pod, yes, this is a good deal, particularly for the Platinum version. I sometimes get from Target when they have free gift cards and other coupon discounts, but it takes a lot of work. I just bought from Staples for $0.24/pod but only because I had a $20 rewards to use and didn't need anything else.
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Is the Platinum really worth the premium over the Complete?
Just wondering, since Costco has the 90 ct. Complete for less than $13 (this month in coupon book).
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This seems very expensive when you can often get 90 count of Finish for under $9. What am I missing?

http://www.amazon.com/Finish-Powe...ailpages00

Order Summary from 5/1/2016
Item(s) Subtotal:
$13.47
Shipping & Handling:
$0.00
Subscribe & Save:
-$2.02
Your Coupon Savings:
-$3.37
Total before tax:
$8.08
Estimated tax to be collected:
$0.56
Gift Card Amount:
-$8.64
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Quote from iluvthebeach View Post :
Is the Platinum really worth the premium over the Complete?
Just wondering, since Costco has the 90 ct. Complete for less than $13 (this month in coupon book).
It depends on how well you pre-clean your dishes. I personally don't do anything except throw the solids in the trash then stick all the dishes in the dishwasher. I can say without a doubt that Platinum is worth it to me. Complete gets my dishes clean, with very few things needing a rewash, or handwash. Platinum leaves my dishes glistening and I've only had 1 bowl out of 100+ washes that needed to be handwashed. I remember the bowl well, because it happens that infrequently.


Quote from YoSlick View Post :
This seems very expensive when you can often get 90 count of Finish for under $9. What am I missing?

http://www.amazon.com/Finish-Powe...ailpages00

Order Summary from 5/1/2016
Item(s) Subtotal:
$13.47
Shipping & Handling:
$0.00
Subscribe & Save:
-$2.02
Your Coupon Savings:
-$3.37
Total before tax:
$8.08
Estimated tax to be collected:
$0.56
Gift Card Amount:
-$8.64

The difference is that you are talking about 2 completely different dish washing detergents.

TLDR; Buy platinum if you value your time

I'm a lazy food blogger who hates to clean. I've tried every brand of detergent/soap in the aisle and every combination of "spotting liquid." My current and favorite setup is Jet Dry (a Finish product) and Cascade Platinum. Jet dry is cheap and Platinum is the best. Finish Powerballs with Jet dry leaves hard water spots (my water isn't that hard, ~115 PPM). I would find that ~10-15% of my dishes would need another rewash due to this and the fact the detergent would leave some food stuck on. I found myself having to handwash a lot more because I didn't want to run the dishwasher for a few pieces.

Being a lazy chef I want to spend my time cooking and not cleaning. For less than a dime more per load I can completely ignore prewashing my dishes and I don't have to worry about spots or postwashing my dishes. The time and energy moving up to Platinum saves me is absolutely worth it.
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