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jeeves10 170 258 September 17, 2016 at 05:58 AM in Dish Washing (7) More Amazon Deals
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Last Edited by TattyBear September 17, 2016 at 06:44 AM
Amazon has Finish Max in 1 Powerball, 74 Tablets, Super Charged Automatic Dishwasher Detergent, Fresh Scent for $5.94 when checking out with Amazon's Subscribe and Save option and having 5 or more subscriptions for the 15% off.

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00SHMFNGY?th=1

If you have less than 5 subscriptions, then the price will be $6.64.

You can always buy 5 of these in separate orders or more than one if you want/need to meet the 5 or more item criteria.

According to Camel, this is the lowest price it has ever been.





Totally Optional! Do not have to do in order for the above deal!

There is a promotion where if you buy 2 qualifying Lysol and/or Finish products, you can get 20 Box Tops for a school.
How to Receive Your 20 Bonus BoxTops


Step 1: Mark the following items on your receipt: Place a star next to: Date of transaction, Qualifying/participating Lysol or Finish purchases, Receipt total. Make sure the products you mark are all participating products.*

Step 2: Take a picture of your receipt: Make sure all the items you marked are CLEARLY VISIBLE, along with the store name and address. Flatten the receipt to take a clear photo. If your receipt is too long, cut it in half and make sure both pieces are included in your picture. Review the image before you submit to make sure the following items are in focus, with no shadows or dark areas: Date of purchase, All qualifying Lysol and Finish products purchased, Receipt total.

Step 3: Submit your receipt: Upload an image of your receipt to boxtops4education.com


Purchases must be made in a single transaction between 4/24/16 and 5/31/17. Submit receipt(s) by 5/31/17
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Thanks !!!
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Is it just me, or does this brand cause a lot of white film on plastic utensils? I bought this last time it was a great deal and just haven't been too happy.
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#4
nice deal
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Something I use anyway that gets me to 5 for S&S, thanks!
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thanks OP
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Quote from cexpert View Post :
Is it just me, or does this brand cause a lot of white film on plastic utensils? I bought this last time it was a great deal and just haven't been too happy.
Not trying to be a jerk, but why would you wash plastic utensils in the dishwasher?
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Not trying to be a jerk, but why would you wash plastic utensils in the dishwasher?

Not the OP, but a lot of kid's or baby utensils are made of plastic. Just guessing that is a bit more likely than a dishwasher full of take away spoons. Smilie
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Quote from TheWellKnown View Post :
Not trying to be a jerk, but why would you wash plastic utensils in the dishwasher?
Plastic spatulas, spoons, etc. for non-stick cookware and serve ware? Wink

Quote from Monksmama View Post :
Not the OP, but a lot of kid's or baby utensils are made of plastic. Just guessing that is a bit more likely than a dishwasher full of take away spoons. Smilie
I think most take away utensils would probably melt anyway....
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Last edited by inquiring mind September 17, 2016 at 07:03 AM
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Quote from TheWellKnown View Post :
Not trying to be a jerk, but why would you wash plastic utensils in the dishwasher?
Because they need to be clean too? It's not like Tupperware or Rubbermaid advertise dishwasher safe for the heck of it.
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Not trying to be a jerk, but why would you wash plastic utensils in the dishwasher?
Why not? I wash plastic disposable utensils in the dishwasher all the time. I use these at work every day for lunch and I hate killing the earth.

Quote from inquiring mind View Post :
Plastic spatulas, spoons, etc. for non-stick cookware and serve ware? Wink



I think most take away utensils would probably melt anyway....
Incorrect. The take away plastic utensils hold up just fine in the dishwasher even on the hottest setting.
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Last edited by billyloon September 17, 2016 at 07:10 AM
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Why not? I wash plastic disposable utensils in the dishwasher all the time. I use these all the time for lunch and I hate killing the earth.
Yup, styrene has a glass transition (softening/flow) temp of about 100 degrees C so it isn't an isue.
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Quote from cexpert View Post :
Is it just me, or does this brand cause a lot of white film on plastic utensils? I bought this last time it was a great deal and just haven't been too happy.
I get a white film on the usual 90ct box you see around for $6-$10. This looks like a great deal and I'll likely get a bunch, but I always wondered what that was.
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Quote from billyloon View Post :
Why not? I wash plastic disposable utensils in the dishwasher all the time. I use these at work every day for lunch and I hate killing the earth.




Incorrect. The take away plastic utensils hold up just fine in the dishwasher even on the hottest setting.
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Yup, styrene has a glass transition (softening/flow) temp of about 100 degrees C so it isn't an isue.

Please read, I said "most".......not all....
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Can't order a box on its own. Going to leave it in my cart for when I next order something else.
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