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Swiffer WetJet solution refill (2 pack) $5.98 after clipped coupon, **Add On item

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Swiffer WetJet Multi-Purpose Floor and Hardwood Cleaner Solution Refill,Wet Jet Refills in Open Window Fresh Scent, 1.25 Liter (2 Pack) for $5.98 ***add on item***
7.98 before coupon, must clip $2.00 coupon.
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Pretty sure this was already posted yesterday...

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Shoot, thanks. I searched but totally missed it... my bad.
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Just a heads up, you can take a coffee cup with water and put it in the microwave for 3 minutes then turn the empty cleaner solution bottle upside down in the hot water so that the cap is in the water for 5 minutes then the top will screw right off so you can refill it. I have been using a gallon of floor cleaner from Sam's [samsclub.com]that I got for $5 for the past year. Use an old gallon container and fill with water to dilute it a bit and it works great! Have refilled it multiple times over the year and still have about 90% of the cleaner left. I tried using the solution by itself but it would bubble up to much and not go out of the squirt nozzles. I have tile in the living room, kitchen, and hallways and the Wet Jet makes it a breeze cleaning twice a week. Works great!
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Just a heads up, you can take a coffee cup with water and put it in the microwave for 3 minutes then turn the empty cleaner solution bottle upside down in the hot water so that the cap is in the water for 5 minutes then the top will screw right off so you can refill it. I have been using a gallon of floor cleaner from Sam's [samsclub.com]that I got for $5 for the past year. Use an old gallon container and fill with water to dilute it a bit and it works great! Have refilled it multiple times over the year and still have about 90% of the cleaner left. I tried using the solution by itself but it would bubble up to much and not go out of the squirt nozzles. I have tile in the living room, kitchen, and hallways and the Wet Jet makes it a breeze cleaning twice a week. Works great!
Thanks! How much do you dilute it? Like 50-50 or just a little water?

Also I've been thinking of switching to washable/reusable wetjet pads too. Have you switched or are you still using swiffer pads?
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Thanks! How much do you dilute it? Like 50-50 or just a little water?

Also I've been thinking of switching to washable/reusable wetjet pads too. Have you switched or are you still using swiffer pads?
I only put about a cup or so of the cleaner and the rest of the gallon will be water. It doesn't take much of the cleaner to make a good solution for the Wet Jet. I am still using the original Wet Jet pads. I get them on sale every now and then on Amazon or at Aldi they have them on clearance. I tried the washable pad but it fell apart after a few washes.
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