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4-Ct 15.5oz Purex Crystals Fragrance and Scent Booster (Fresh Spring Waters) EXPIRED

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Amazon has 4-Count 15.5oz Purex Crystals In-Wash Fragrance and Scent Booster (Fresh Spring Waters) for $7.52 when you checkout via Subscribe & Save (select the later date from the "First Delivery On" menu). Shipping is free. Thanks smartest1

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Amazon [amazon.com] has a Purex Crystals in-Wash Fragrance and Scent Booster, Fresh Spring Waters, 15.5 Ounce, 4 Count on sale for $7.52 with Subscribe & Save ($6.73 if you subscribe to 5+ items). Shipping is free.
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Same price per ounce with a lot less plastic waste if you choose the 48 oz. option in the same listing.
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Same price per ounce with a lot less plastic waste if you choose the 48 oz. option in the same listing.
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Same price per ounce with a lot less plastic waste if you choose the 48 oz. option in the same listing.
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Same price per ounce with a lot less plastic waste if you choose the 48 oz. option in the same listing.
I wish the big one had subscribe and save available. I hate having tons of small bottles in my cabinet.
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Every time I buy these at the store they are never completely filled. They fill them up like 80%. Sometimes I am tempted of opening two bottles and pouring one into the other so it will be filled correctly.
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When I glanced at the photo I thought this was mac and cheese...
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Every time I buy these at the store they are never completely filled. They fill them up like 80%. Sometimes I am tempted of opening two bottles and pouring one into the other so it will be filled correctly.
They clearly state the weight on the package. If you weighed the contents and it was half of the stated amount on the package i could see your gripe.
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PSA, these scent boosters built up on my washing machine and made it smell rancid. Vinegar cleaned it out, but it was definitely gross.
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PSA, these scent boosters built up on my washing machine and made it smell rancid. Vinegar cleaned it out, but it was definitely gross.
I use them in every load since they came out and don't have any issues at all so ymmv
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Same price per ounce with a lot less plastic waste if you choose the 48 oz. option in the same listing.
But that's only 1 bottle at 48oz vs 4x15.5= 62oz...
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When I glanced at the photo I thought this was mac and cheese...
Can confirm, that is all I see in this picture.
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But that's only 1 bottle at 48oz vs 4x15.5= 62oz...
I think that's understood. Less plastic container waste, same cost per ounce.
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