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Amazon has 5-lbs Arm & Hammer Baking Soda for $3.24 when you checkout via Subscribe & Save (select the later date from the "First Delivery On" menu). Shipping is free. Thanks sdaisy

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5 pounds of baking soda. Previous frontpage deal: $3.41.

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Just FYI Costco has the 13.5 pound bag for $6.49...
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2 tbs sprinkled on the bottom of your cat litter pan before you put your cat litter in the pan helps keep down the smell if you have a cat.
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Minor point of clarification. These are bags, not boxes.
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Minor point of clarification. These are bags, not boxes.
I think so, yes. Thanks. That box bit auto-filled when i added the address link.
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Just FYI Costco has the 13.5 pound bag for $6.49...
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Can these be resealed by way of a zip mechanism?
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Can these be resealed by way of a zip mechanism?
Yes they can
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Is this cheap for a pool? I will need to drain and refill this winter and I know I need a bunch of this but don't remember how much it costs at pool stores
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Minor point of clarification. These are bags, not boxes.
I believe it's A bag.
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Is this cheap for a pool? I will need to drain and refill this winter and I know I need a bunch of this but don't remember how much it costs at pool stores
You can probably get a better value on a large amount without too much trouble. (Costco price is in a previous comment.)
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Just FYI Costco has the 13.5 pound bag for $6.49...
Beat me to it. About a third cheaper per pound at Costco
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Sam's also has 15 pounds for 7.74
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Yes, like I just said Smilie
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Do people use this in a laundry or is it just to keep it in a jar in the refrigerator?
I haven't seen much difference in washing when using it in laundry, but I haven't paid too much attention to it either to critically evaluate.
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Do people use this in a laundry or is it just to keep it in a jar in the refrigerator?
I haven't seen much difference in washing when using it in laundry, but I haven't paid too much attention to it either to critically evaluate.
I agree.

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