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Amazon has 64-Count Finish Powerball Quantum Max Dishwasher Detergent Tablets for $9.86 when you checkout via Subscribe & Save. Shipping is free. Thanks zombiechamber

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Written by zombiechamber Edited October 12, 2017 at 12:46 PM by wuzzy
Amazon.com has 64-Count Finish Powerball Quantum Max Dishwasher Detergent Tablets for $9.86 when you checkout via Subscribe & Save. Shipping is free for Prime members.

Price is $10.38 without checkout via Subscribe & Save.

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FWIW If you want to boost the performance of any tab you use, here's what I've found works fantastically:
1 Finish regular powerball (or quantum if I'm worried, use whatever brand you like, they're mostly alike, I opt for the least smelly one)
1 sprinkle (tablespoon or two?) of oxy clean in the pre wash/out of the dishwasher detergent cap (yes, regular oxy clean, I buy it from the warehouse clubs as that's cheapest)
1 sprinkle of citric acid (I buy 5lbs a year give or take from amazon, also works for making soda, removing scale from things, or for bath bombs) in the pre wash AND with the tab.

No rinse aid at all. End result is sparkling dishes and sparkling stainless steel interior of dishwasher in an area with quite hard water (I don't use a water softener)

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How do these compare to the Platinum Action Pacs? I used to use the regular Powerball tablets, but on a whim decided to try the Cascade Platinum and could hardly believe the difference. Only problem is it's rare to find a deal on the Platinum (naturally). Can anyone comment on their experience with these vs. Cascade Platinum? It's nice not having to unwrap the Action Pacs, but if these are cheaper and have the same cleaning performance it's not a big deal to remove the plastic.
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There are the only power balls I will use. I think they're good - maybe 90 to 95% clean. Haven't tried other brands. I've tried other powerball versions and wasn't pleased at all with their performance.
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IMHO these are the best packs to buy
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These are excellent.
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Is this a good deal? I was comparing to regular non quantum and they seem like they're so much less expensive but apparently these do a much better job of cleaning. Anyone want to chime in on cost vs. capability?
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How are these compared to powders and gels?
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Do these leave any spots? I have a Whirlpool Gold dishwasher and usually use Cascade Complete packs.
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There best for Bosch
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Quote from luv2chill View Post :
How do these compare to the Platinum Action Pacs? I used to use the regular Powerball tablets, but on a whim decided to try the Cascade Platinum and could hardly believe the difference. Only problem is it's rare to find a deal on the Platinum (naturally). Can anyone comment on their experience with these vs. Cascade Platinum? It's nice not having to unwrap the Action Pacs, but if these are cheaper and have the same cleaning performance it's not a big deal to remove the plastic.
These are the best tabs. Way better than Cascade Platinum.

You don't have to unwrap these either.
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These are the best I've tried. The one thing to watch out for is if there is water in the compartment, sometimes the tab melts and sticks and doesn't dissolve out of there.
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Shows $8.82 s&s for me
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In for a box. Thanks
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Do you guys know, how does the pricing work for Subscribe and Save items on Amazon? If I subscribe now for $9.86, does it mean I will get those tablets every single time for this price? Thanks
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