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Amazon.com has 81-Count Tide PODS HE Turbo Laundry Detergent Pacs (Free & Gentle) on sale for $15.04 after you clip the $3 off coupon found on product page and check out via Subscribe & Save. Shipping is free. Thanks gabe23111

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Tide PODS Free & Gentle HE Turbo Laundry Detergent Pacs 81-load Tub [amazon.com]

$13.14 with 15% Subscribe & Save or $15.04 with 5% S&S AC

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Tide PODS Spring Meadow HE Turbo Laundry Detergent Pacs 81-load Tub [amazon.com]


$13.97 with 15% Subscribe & Save or $15.97 with 5% S&S AC
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make sure the pod is on the bottom with clothes on top. i am pretty sure as the water collects on the bottom to get the wash started the pod will dissolve to near entirety if submerged. if its on top then the its going to get whipped around and it might only get soaked initially and dissolve in close approximation to an article of clothing thus leaving the stand.

hope that helps. i havent had any issues with staining.
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Just throw it in with this clothes
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I noticed ever since i started using HE detergents especially pods type, some of my shirts have some oily stains. It isn't the washing machine since I still get the stains after I replaced the old washing machine so must be HE type detergents. I use the proper amount of detergent per load as well. I wonder if it's okay to use NON HE detergents in a HE washing machines.
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I noticed ever since i started using HE detergents especially pods type, some of my shirts have some oily stains. It isn't the washing machine since I still get the stains after I replaced the old washing machine so must be HE type detergents. I use the proper amount of detergent per load as well. I wonder if it's okay to use NON HE detergents in a HE washing machines.
I noticed in the reviews on Amazon, several people were getting stains from the pods. There are pictures and everything. If you're using regular liquid soap and pouring it directly into the drum, you might see if there is a dispenser on your machine.
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I noticed in the reviews on Amazon, several people were getting stains from the pods. There are pictures and everything. If you're using regular liquid soap and pouring it directly into the drum, you might see if there is a dispenser on your machine.

There is a dispenser for it. I actually disolve most of the pods to get the detergent separated from the gel like casing first with warm/hot water before putting it in the dispenser in a small cup and get rid of most of the gel like casing that did not dissolve right away but still I see stains on some of my shirts. I will start using liquid detergents and maybe powder again instead of the pods. I still got at least 4 of those 81 count packs of Tide from Walmart couple of months ago.
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Tide Pods 81 count $ 15.97, after clipping $3 coupon (on the page).

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01BUNHFQM/

Comparison:
Walmart - $ 19.97
Costco - $ 35.99 (152 count) (24 cents per pod)
Amazon - (20 cents per pod)

There are many other varieties of tide/downy/gain also in this below links:
https://www.amazon.com/gp/coupon/...GTNTOAJ2DB

https://www.amazon.com/gp/coupon/...V8KLG2NH0K
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wonderful right on
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question, how do you guys manage to get this work normally? I mean I try to use on washer, but always get stuck on where water gets in the washer. How do you guys wash your clothes? You know there are many stage of washing right? Usually you put it on second stage instead of the first, if anyone know what I'm talking about
Just throw it in with this clothes
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With the 15% S&S discount, my total was $13.97 before tax, or $0.17 per pod. Thanks for posting this deal, OP!
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question, how do you guys manage to get this work normally? I mean I try to use on washer, but always get stuck on where water gets in the washer. How do you guys wash your clothes? You know there are many stage of washing right? Usually you put it on second stage instead of the first, if anyone know what I'm talking about
I throw the pod in then the clothes on top. Never had a problem.
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can't get the coupon to apply with s&s.
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anyone used kirkland brand pods? they good?
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I noticed ever since i started using HE detergents especially pods type, some of my shirts have some oily stains. It isn't the washing machine since I still get the stains after I replaced the old washing machine so must be HE type detergents. I use the proper amount of detergent per load as well. I wonder if it's okay to use NON HE detergents in a HE washing machines.
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I noticed in the reviews on Amazon, several people were getting stains from the pods. There are pictures and everything. If you're using regular liquid soap and pouring it directly into the drum, you might see if there is a dispenser on your machine.
make sure the pod is on the bottom with clothes on top. i am pretty sure as the water collects on the bottom to get the wash started the pod will dissolve to near entirety if submerged. if its on top then the its going to get whipped around and it might only get soaked initially and dissolve in close approximation to an article of clothing thus leaving the stand.

hope that helps. i havent had any issues with staining.
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In for one, I always need more of this for my kid's clothes everyday, even you have to wash one more time a day, because you have some naughty childrens at home.
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