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6-Ct Affresh Washer Machine Cleaner Tablets (6 Month Supply) EXPIRED

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Amazon has 6-Ct 8.4oz Affresh Washer Machine Cleaner Tablets (6 Month Supply) on sale for $5.59 when you 'clip' the 15% Off coupon (located on product page) and checkout via Subscribe & Save. Shipping is free. Thanks alip

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15% off with coupon on first subscription delivery = 7.99 - 1.20.
From there additional 0.40 off with 5% subscribe and save or $1.20 off with 15% off (5 items).
So $6.39 or $5.59 final price.

Saw the Tide washing machine cleaner deal but I prefer these due to no chemical after smell.

Affresh Washer Machine Cleaner, 6-Tablets, 8.4 oz https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00C91Q...vpc_slickd
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Not sure that I need this, but I'll give it a whirl and use one of my dash credifs
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Not sure that I need this, but I'll give it a whirl and use one of my dash credifs
anyone who's left wet laundry in machine overnight can definitely use these. i am sensitive to the smell of mildew on clothing and other people. you'd be surprised how many bodies are walking out there with smell of mildew fresh out the shower.
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I've always used bleach for the cleaning cycle. Any downside of that?
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I got it for $5.94 with tax. Thanks.
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Does anyone know if this is better than the Tide ones? The Tide ones are also a good price posted earlier.
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I've always used bleach for the cleaning cycle. Any downside of that?
I tried not to use bleach cause it does give off that bleach smell which sometimes is strong. Side note; I leave my front loader door always open after a wash and when not in use.
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how does this compares to using baking soda and vinegar once in a while?
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how does this compares to using baking soda and vinegar once in a while?
I used this regularly and still had a continuous odor eventually that wouldn't go away. I finally killed it completely with CLR and won't look back. Haven't used baking soda though.
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$6.09 after tax. thanks!
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I used this regularly and still had a continuous odor eventually that wouldn't go away. I finally killed it completely with CLR and won't look back. Haven't used baking soda though.
So does that mean you had a calcium/lime/rust, one or all problem then?? Confused
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I tried not to use bleach cause it does give off that bleach smell which sometimes is strong. Side note; I leave my front loader door always open after a wash and when not in use.
Ditto on leaving the door open. It's the most effective way to air out.
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Price is up by $0.20 as my charge shows $5.59 not the op, $5.39 price.....
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So does that mean you had a calcium/lime/rust, one or all problem then?? Confused
It was just soap scum and probably dirt I think. The newer machines don't drain all the water or soap at the end of the cycle so it pools at the bottom after each wash. Idk what the exact problem was but the CLR solved it.
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