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Amazon.com has the 52 ounce container (40 loads) of All Powder Laundry Detergent in Free & Clear for Sensitive Skin for $3.74 after applying the 15% off coupon available on the product page and basic Subscribe & Save (or as low as $3.27 after coupon and five Subscribe & Save orders). This is an Add-On Item without Subscribe & Save.
  • all Free Clear is the #1 recommended detergent brand by dermatologists, allergists and pediatricians for sensitive skin.
  • 100% free of perfumes and dyes, all Free Clear is Tough on Stains, Gentle on Skin.
  • Use with all Free Clear fabric softener and dryer sheets for clean and soft clothes with static cling reduction in the dryer.
  • This laundry detergent is safe to use in any washing machine and at any water temperature.
  • This pack includes one 52-ounce tub, enough for 40 loads.
all Powder Laundry Detergent, Free Clear for Sensitive Skin, 52 Ounces, 40 Loads [amazon.com]
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Powder is better than liquid imo. I worked for Maytag for quite a bit, and we always recommended our customers use powder detergent. especially a quality brand, because you don't get the waxy buildup that liquid detergents leave behind inside of the washing machine. for instance if you have a front loading machine a lot of the binding agents that using liquid detergent collect inside of the door seal and you'll get that thick gooey slime from the liquid detergent
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I say a great deal for not having to deal with Walmart.
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$4.68 at Walmart, if anyone wants a frame of reference.
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Thanks for the find. I went for the all 52oz stainlifter with the same coupon and s&s for $5.98 total.
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Powder is no bueno
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Powder is better than liquid imo. I worked for Maytag for quite a bit, and we always recommended our customers use powder detergent. especially a quality brand, because you don't get the waxy buildup that liquid detergents leave behind inside of the washing machine. for instance if you have a front loading machine a lot of the binding agents that using liquid detergent collect inside of the door seal and you'll get that thick gooey slime from the liquid detergent
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$4.68 at Walmart, if anyone wants a frame of reference.
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Powder is better than liquid imo. I worked for Maytag for quite a bit, and we always recommended our customers use powder detergent. especially a quality brand, because you don't get the waxy buildup that liquid detergents leave behind inside of the washing machine. for instance if you have a front loading machine a lot of the binding agents that using liquid detergent collect inside of the door seal and you'll get that thick gooey slime from the liquid detergent
Plus you typically get more loads per dollar spent when buying the powder.
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$4.68 at Walmart, if anyone wants a frame of reference.
So not that good of a deal?
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So not that good of a deal?
I say a great deal for not having to deal with Walmart.
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So not that good of a deal?
a better deal here.. in for a subscription 😁
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Is it me or it is an add on item....
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3C's says this has been the same price for 3 months now, just with an extra 15% off on this deal.
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Thx op, tu and repped!Smilie
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Powder is better than liquid imo. I worked for Maytag for quite a bit, and we always recommended our customers use powder detergent. especially a quality brand, because you don't get the waxy buildup that liquid detergents leave behind inside of the washing machine. for instance if you have a front loading machine a lot of the binding agents that using liquid detergent collect inside of the door seal and you'll get that thick gooey slime from the liquid detergent
To add on to your response, powder has no expiration date. As long as you keep it in a cool dry place and dont let the humidity get to the powder it stays effective indefinitely. Liquids have a shelf life of 6 months to a year or so and the pods can start to deteriorate after a year as well. If your stocking up for the long haul it's best to use powders.
Correction: they dont expire they just start to deteriorate.
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